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JULLIEN & CO.'s LIST OF 1?R1CES.— {Continued.) 



22. Ditto, Ditto, with Corncul Slidf, in C or B fliit £6 8 

33. Ditto, with slide in C iintJ D Hat. with one cylinder, by which a ftflh lower is obtained than can 

be produccU on any olber Tnmilionc 8 8 

34. Ditto, uith new slidu'in C, and sprinx to obtam the A ftat 7 7 

25. Ditio. with slide (Hass; in U or U tl it" 7 

86. Ditto, ditto diit.. Ill A Hat. G, or K 7 7 

27. VRKNCH HORN, 3 valves and 10 crooks (most perfect) UU 

98. Ditto, 2 ditto, ditto, ditto 13 12 

29. Ihtto, 8 ditto, in B and A flat ; 3 crooks, upright bell for Cavalry service 10 10 

50. Ditto. H valves, in Y and K flat, 2 crooks, upright bell for Cavalry service 10 10 

51. Ditto, Simple U) cnwks (verv rich) 10 10 

83. Ditto. diito ditto for Military bands 8 8 

SS. BKSSON HORN (called Sax Horn), 4 valves, in K and E flat 11 11 

84. Ditto, ditto, 3 ditto, iu K and E flat 9 9 

35. Ditto. ditto, 3 ditto, in K E E flat, D and D flat 11 

86. Ditto, ditto, 3 ditto, in E flat 9 

37. Ditto. ditto, 3 ditto, in D and C 10 10 

88. Ditto. ditto, 3 ditto, in A flat and G 8 8 

89. Ditto, ditto, 3 ditto, iu A flat 7 7 

40. Ditto, ditto, 3 ditto, in H flat and A 6 6 

41. Ditto, ditto, Sditio, in B flat and A (upright bell) 6 6 

43. Ditto, ditto, 3 ditto, in E flat and D 6 6 

43. Ditto. ditto, 3 ditto, ill E flat and D (upright bell) 6 6 

44. TRLXIPET, Bass, 8 valves, in E flat, for Brass Band or Cavalry 10 10 

45. Ditto, ditto, without valves, in E flat, ditto 8 

46. Ditto, for harmony, 3 vaUes, in G, 10 crooks (adopted by the French army) 9 9 

47- Ditto, the same niodel (upright bell) 9 9 

4& Ditto, simple, for barmnny, same model as the above, without valves, in G, 10 crooks 7 

49. Ditto, with chromatic slide, lo crooks; played same as the Trombone 8 

Sa Ditto, with slide; En^rlisb action 8 

tl. Ditto, simple, fur Cavalry, in E flat, with 3 rings strengthened where most liable to 

give way ; adopted and approved by the Generals of the French army 2 2 

62. CI.ARIOX. for l«:aiilrviUegu;alion Bugle) 1 15 

B3. COKXET-A-PISTOX. in Bfl.it. 3 valves 8 8 

k4. Ditto, in B flit. 3 valves, dctuclied bell, long model 8 8 

65. Ditto, from C to F, 3 valves, upright bell 8 8 

66. Ditto, from E flat to A, 3 valves 8 8 

t7. Ditto, 3 valves, real Brssun and Courtois' Action patented and adopted by HerrKcenig 8 8 
S8. Ditto. 3 valvi-B, real Besson and Courtois' Action, patented, witn reversed or back 

fingering 8 8 

89. Ditto, S vnUvt. CCompeiisatioH fi/slemj 8 8 

60. Ditto, ditto, called Flatlet's monel 7 7 

61. Ditto, ditto, called Coiirtois's model 6 6 

63. Ditto, ditto, ordinanr shape, Besson « 5 6 

Ditto, ditto 4 4 

Ditto. ditto 3 8 

63. HVNTI.NG IIOUN. bestqunliy 6 

61 Ditto, the best niunuliictured. with wreath in German silver 7 

Ditto, (small kize) and Kiznig's Post llonis(each) 10 6 

INSTRUMENTS IN SOLID SILVER, 

WITH COLD MOUNTINGS. 

79. CORNET-A-PISTON, with 3 valves, in all models, solid silver ani gold mountings, with 2 

moatb-pircrs and accessories, in handsome rosewood case, lined with silk velvet 50 

80l Ditto, with 3 valves, in solid silver, completed same as the above, but without the gold 

mountings 40 



INSTRUMENTS SILVERED AND GILT. 

81. CORNET-A-PISTON. with 3 valvrs. in all models, silvered and gilt mounting*, 3 mouth-pieces, 

• itb a handsome case lined with silk velvet 12 12 

62. Ditto, with 3 vnlvrs. finisbi-d as the aliove, without the gilt mouutiiiga 11 11 

83 SAX HOR.V in B flai. with 3 valves, sUverod and gilt 9 9 

St. Ihtto, in K flat, null 3 valves, ditto 9 9 

85. Ditto, in K Biid E flat. K D and D flat, with 3 valves, silvered Md gilt 12 12 

86. TRUMPET, with 3 v„lvr., 10 crooks 12 12 

87. TRitMBONK. with slide 10 10 

88. KRK.NCII HORN, wiih 3 valves. 10 crooks 20 

89. OPIllCI.EIKi:, inCor Bfl.l.withifilt kcyi 18 18 

90. Ditto. Bom with 4 valves, in C and B flat 20 

91. Ditto, Contrahass, in E flat 23 (I 

JVX<IsZEN and OO. fll4, Reyent Street, and 45, Kin^ Street, Iiondon. 




JULLIEN & CO/s LIST OF VUICBS.- (Continued.) 
WOOD INSTRUMENTS. 

CLARIONET, Boxwooa, with brass keys £4 14 ff 

Ditto ditto ditto best quality 6 5 

Ditto ditto ditto latest iiiiprovenieiits 5 15 6- 

Ditto Cocoawood or Ebony, with German silver keys 6 16 6 

Ditto ditto ditto latest iniproTementa 7 7 

Ditto ditto with silver keys ditto 16 16 

SET OF FLUTES— 4 brass keys (S Inatrnments) 6 6 

Ditto 1 key ditto 4 4 

yLUTES, Boxwood, with 4 or 5 brass keys from £1 Is. to 1 11 & 

Ditto Cocoa wood or Ebony, 4 or 5 German silver keys from £1 lis, 6d. to 2 2 

Ditto ditto " 8 German silver keys « from £2 2 s. to 4 4 

Ditto ditto 4 or 5 silver keys from £5 5s. te 6 6 

Ditto ditto 8 silver keys from £8 18s. 6d. to 1111 O 

Ditto ditto 8 silver keys, on French pillars, eork and silver joints, case, &c. 

complete, and superbly finished, Cor E flat CPbaiten's system, 

retainiug the old mode of fingerin<;) 12 12 O 

Ditto ditto 8 silver keys, with silver mountings, C or E flat ditto 7 7 

Ditto ditto 8 German silver keys ditto ditto 3 3 

Ditto Boxwood, brass keys (Boehm's principle) compass down to B fiat 8 8 

Ditto ditto ditto compass down to C 7 7 

Ditto Cocoa wood or Ebony, with Gcrniau silver keys from £10 10s. to 1111 

Ditto ditto with kevs and mountings in silver from £16 16s. to 18 18 

PICCOLO, Boxwood, with brass keys from 18s. to 1 11 ft 

Ditto Ebony or Cocea wood, with German silver keys from £3 2s. to 2 12 6 

Ditto ditto ditto (Boehm's system) from £4 43. to 4 14 ft 

Ditto ditto keys and mountings in silver ditto 6 6 

OBOE, Boxwood, with brass keys from £5 5s. to 6 6 

Ditto Ebony or Cocoa wood, with German silver keys from £7 7s. to 8 8 

Ditto ditto with sUver keys from £12 12s. to 18 18 

BASSOON, with brass keys 8 8 

Ditto with German silver keys and moveable rings 12 12 

COR ANGLAIS, with brass keys 6 6 

Ditto with German silver keys . 8 8 

FLAGEOLET, Boxwood, with 1, 2, or 4 keys in bra33'""'.V."V.V.V.'.'.y.V.'.V.7.7.y.7.'.y.'"'. from'ss'.' to 110 

Ditto Ebony, wi;b 5 German silver keys and mountings 3 3 

Ditto ditto with 5 silver keys and niountin.'S 4 14 ft 

DRU.M6— Patent brass Side Drum, pa-nted for Military service, case aad sticks .........!.!.!!."!!!!... 5 10 

Ditto, Patent Military Tenor ditto ditto .. 9 

Ditto, 29.inch ordinary Bass ditto (Military) ditto 1111 

Ditto, Patent 29-iach ditto, braced with iron (Militaiy) ditto . 11 11 

Ditto, ditto, ditto, tick case and sticks (Military) 12 12 

r-^w?",' o* *.„■*•?.'"'' °^*''*''"'?^^'^^'^'^^'"«"t Cavalrv Kettle Drums 26 

CTMBALS*-Beal Constantinople, large pattern 6 6 

REEDS, &c. 

iULLIEN i CO. beg to direct the attention of Presidents of Band Committees and Band Masters 
to the extraordinary Low Price of their very best Clarionet and Bassoon Reeds, manufac- 
tured by " TRIEBERT," of Paris. 

REEDS— B flat Clarionet French Reeds per dozen 3 

Ditto, E fiat ditto ditto ditto 3 

Ditto, E flat ditto ditto, (Fnghsh sh ipe) ditto 3 

Ditto, Bassoon Reeds ditto, (Irenthmike) ditto 12 

Ditto, Oboe ditto ditto 1 4 

Music Cards ior Parade perhundred 7 

Serpents, Tambourines, Castanets, Chimes, Bells, &c. 

tL'LLIEN 8t CO. have the honour to submit to the Colonels, Commanding Officers, Presidents of Band Cora- 
, .,"■ .^^T^JV!.^",'! ;, .,^.!'," '" *'"= British Army, and the Hon. East India Company's Service, a Prospectus 
of their MILllARY JOURNAL, arranged for a full Military Band by C. GODFREY, Band-Master of the 
Coldstream Guards, which contains all the most Popular Ov.rtures, Symphonies, Fantasias, and the principal 
Novelties of he d.iy in Musique Dansante, as performed at Her Majesty's Theatre, the Ancient and Philhar- 
monic Conrerts, and at Jullien a celebrated Concerts, also at the Court B:ills and the Soirees of the Nobility, 
aiie exieusive and iiicreasmi; patronage tins hijjhly popular Journal lias met with in her Majestv's Service isa 
•",.';'t%"tt^v"'J"'^''« , "' ""'"^' *"''• * publication having never before existed inso perfect a form. 

JULLILN S. CO. beg to inform their Subscribers to the Militaey Journal, stationed in the Bengal, 
Madias, and Bombay Presidencies, that the Numbers of the Military Journal are forwarded bv the Over- 
land Mail on the 20th of each Month, direct to their address. In order, therefore, to facilitate the iorrect and 
•peedy Uclivery of each parcel, it is requested tliat the Subscribers will immediately inform them of any change 
m tiieir station. 

,„ „ . Terms of Subscription : 

£3 Zs. per Annum. *^ 

£3 IOj per Annum, Free bv Post to any part of th-; United Kingdom, British West Indies, Bermuda, New- 

fouiidland, Ilong Kong, Malta, Gibrallar, Canada, the Ionian Islands, and Nova Scotia. 
£4 4jt. per Annum, Iree to Madras, Calcutta, or Bombay. " 

JULLIEN Ac CO., 214, Regent Street, and 45, King Street, London. 



JULLIEN & CO.— (Contmuecl.) 



JULLIEN & Co.'s SELECT LIST OF POPULAR MUSIC, 



AUUANGED lOlt IJU.VSS BAND, IN SEPARATE I'AUTS. 
«. (f. I 



PanUltie tor Hnjrdie A. Ft>sy 

Pm UrdDuble mr !«• Uoiumo Xoir 
Amour Sacre lie la Pulrlr, Murclie.Juvin 
l,'Amba8»udriec, I'mt K.doul))6 ..A. I'esij 

Ronielie, Vul«;» 

I.e Curnarul, Qiiudrllle, Musard.. „ 

Le Seniiont, i'.<ii Rt-duiibli 

Abbolsfurd I'olka Jones 

ObuiiMM Polka March „ 



Slow Parade March Jonet 

5 I'olka Qim.lrille 

5 I I'anide Walli 

I Siiible Call Polka 

I Jupiifr Polka , K<eni$ 

U : ValM> D'Araoiir 

5 Nepiiiilete yuadrille Jiilli«n 

I- _ Regimental Xlurcii Jouei 



i. rf, 

I,. 



TO THE ARMY. 

Quick Steps and Marches for fall Military Baud. 
JULLIEN'S RKPERTOIRE of I lie mosl admired Quick Steps and Marches, arranped for a Militarr 
Band, by 1. Mohr, Ke>sy, 4:c. Iwinly-six numbers are now roudy, and ihey include arrangemenn ol the 
raoit favourite thcme», irom the following nlebnitid Operas, vit. .— Lo Proidiete, La Juive, La Faionta, 
Le Val d'Andorre, L* Fee aux Roses, Robert l.ruce. Haydee, ice, together willi various orii:inal Pas Re- 
doubles and Slow Mari'hos by the most |i0;)ular composers. Price of each numbi-r to Subscribers lo 
JVLLlEy'8 Military Joursal, <s.; lo non-Subscribers, As. 

A REGISTER IS KEPT OF THE MOST EFFICIENT BAND-MASTERS WITH THEIR 
QUALIFICATIONS AND TESTIMONIALS. 



SELECT LIST OF POPULAR MUSIC, 

EASILY ARRANGED FOR MILITARY BAND, WITH A SUPPLEMENTARY 

PART FOR BUGLES, CORNET-A-PISTONS, &c. 

To replace the Clarionets and Bassoon*, so that they are complete either for a Reed or 

Brass Band. 

801 March* des Vlveurs Marrhe E. Brepsant .. 10 

809 Le fJaillnrd, Pas Redouble Gunner .. .. 3 

803 Le Gamin de Pars, Fas Redouble Soland .. .. 3 

804 ilmanda Rricout .. .. 3 

805 l.'ArtiM. Pas Redoub 6 G.irlner ., .. 3 

8'>6 Valse des Sautcuses, V.il«e E. Hrepsant .. 3 

807 U> Retiiur au Village, Pas des Route Sohtnd .. .. 3 

808 Le Tr.mip-tle. Galop Bricout .. .. 3 

80<J L'rie Promenale i UiariU, Pas Redoubl* Soland .. .. 3 

810 In Pas de Route E. Heinet .. .. 3 

811 Lo M'ucl.eron, Pas Redoubli Ourfncr .. .. 3 

812 Le» Giieiles Polka Brepsant .. .. 3 

813 -ind Pus de Route, 4 I'usage d.s Gardes Nalionales E. Hnmet.. .. 3 

8U La Violrtle, Val.« Gartner .. .. 3 

8ia Vendredl, Pat Redouble Bricout ., ..8 

8ia Le Rocooo. Pmi Redouble Briroat .. .. 3 

817 Olina, Marrho E. Brepsant .. 8 

818 Morceau U'Ele»ul|.n .V. Bousrjuet .. 3 

810 La Hoiir;{uomoslre, Pas Kodoubl* Gunner .. .. 3 

820 Le Catalan. Pas Redoubt* Bricout .. .. SO 

8X1 Liistucru, Pas Ridoubd Bri.out .. .. 3 

8«i Le Roi Rene, ljuadr;llc Brepsant .. .. 3 

823 Le Bouquet, Pas Redoubli «' let .. .. 3 

824 Simpl.tl-, Marche Bricout .. .. 3 

f8J Marche Bresilienne Brepsant .. .. 3 

8-.'0 La Trlompho Br.psant .. .. 3 

827 Le Huron, Pas Rodouhl* Gunner .. .. 3 

88^ Neitune, P..S Redouble Soland .. .. 3 

evIJ LAs<»n.ion. Marche L. Keeker.. .. 8 

630 LArroniiute. Pas Rtdoubl^ Briroiit .. .. 8 S 

831 Le Singp, Pas R.d.ubl* K. Brepsant .. 3 

832 I^ Wa«on. Pa. Hedoubl* E. Brepsant .. 8 

8t3 Marche de SI Hona»enture Duuard .. .. 3 

8.'M U Franc Mircheur, Pas Rcdoubl* Douurd .. .. 8 

835 Vanoru, Polonaise L. Becker .. SO 

830 Le MooUgnard, Pas Redouble '-• Becker 3 



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Yachting Jackets and Trousers, 

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Gig and Box Aprons, Travelling Knee 

Wrappers, Driving and Travelling 

Gloves, 

Fishing Stockings S( Goloshes — Snipe Boots. 

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Ladic s' Capes, wiili Hoods. 

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Fishine and Shooting Hats or Caps, 

Air Cushions. 

Pillows and B' ds. 

Water ilitto. 

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DriviiiL' Gloves. 

Gun Covers. 



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The Newly-invented Swimming 

Gloves, of great propelling 

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Bellows for Air Beds. Portable Life Boats. 

Crib Sheets. ' Bows with India-rubber springs. 



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JOHN SOUTHGATE, 

76, WAT LING STREET, LONDON. 




'IMllS Porlmanleau is admitted hy all wlio liave used it to be the most pi rieci and 
X usEfi L of any yet invented, and to combine all the advantages so long desired 
by all who travel. 

The peculiar conveniences of this Portmantrau are, that it contains sf.pap.ate com- 
partments for each description of clothes, linen, boots, &c. ; each division is kept 
entirely distinct, and is immediately accessible on openinjj the portmanteau, without 
lifting or disturbing; anything else ; every article is packed perfectly flat, and R-mains 
so during the whole of the journey. It is also made with a division for Bonnets 
for Ladies' use. 

JOHN SOUTHGATS 

REAL SOLID LEATHER P0RTMAPITEAU3, 

which are nianufiittured uniier Ins personal inspection, and in the manufacture of 
which the very best Solid Leather is used, and only first-rate skilful workmen em- 
ployed. His Portmanteaus have been extensively known for the last twenty.fi\e years, 
■nd have obtained the highest character for extreme durability, strength, and wear. 

J. SocTUGATE invites the attention of Ladies to his improved 

LADIES' TRAVELLING TRUNKS, 

Coniaining, Division for Bonnets, I'rays for Dresses, and replete with every possible 
convenience. 

The above may be obtained of Messr«. Grindiay & Co., ("ornhill, Mr. Wilki.v- 
SON, 30. C'ockspur- street, and Messrs. Moure & Co., H, .St. James Street, London ; 
of Mr. lit ST, .Above Bar, Soutt.anipton ; of .Mr. Ma^s. Hatter, Cambridge; of most 
Outfitters and Saddlers ihrou-liout the kinydoni, and of 

JOHN SOUTHGATE, 

Manufacturer of every description of Travelling I 'luipa-.'e for Home or Continental 

Usf, and Bullock, Overland, and oiIm-i Trunks for India. 

76, TVATLINQ STREET, LONDON. 




OR SI.AT12 UMil-SAlg,® TAISI^IE, 



MESSRS. THURSTON & CO., 

BILLIARD TABLE MANUFACTURERS (by appointment) TO HER MAJESTY, 
1ft, CATH&stzza'i: stiisst, stzlaitb, ImQNUON. 

PATENTEES OF THE 

IMPROVED VUI.CA1»IZED CAOUTCHOUC CUSHIONS, 

Which retain their elasticity in tlie coldest temperature. 



The superiority of our Tables consists in the exquisite smoothness of the bed or 
surface, tlie unrivalled and DURABLE elasticity of the cushions, the whole being 
reduced to mathematical precision. 

The late J. THURSTON has had the honour for many years to supply most 
of the principal Club Houses, as well as the Nobility, Gentry, and Officers of more 
than One Hundred of her Majesty's and the Native Regiments, stationed in all 
parts of the Globe, from whom he has received the most flattering testimonials. 

In introducing ourselves as his Successors, we venture to hope that by endeavouring 
to uphold, in every respect, the high character this House has maintained for nearly 
half a century, we may merit a continuance of the patronage so liberally bestowed 
upon our predecessor. 

At the same time, we beg to caution our friends and the public against spurious 
imitations of our Tables lately advertised by men professing to have left our establish- 
ment. We beg to say we have parted with none of our workmen whose services were 
worth retaining. 



The Cushions of Old Tables can be Restuffed on the Patent Principle. 

Cloths of the finest texture made expresshj for Messrs. Thurston §• Co. by the first 

house in the Trade. 

Balls of Superior Ivory well seasoned and turned on the Premises, 

14, CATHERINE STREET, STRAND, LONDON. 



Also Inventors and Manufacturers of 
THE CUNTTLICAX. RZ:VOI.VIirG I.AIVEF, 

Being the best light ever constructed for Billiard Tables. 

THE GAME OF BILLIARDS. 

By Edwin Kf.ntfie[.d, of Brighton. 

Published by the Proprietors, THURSTON AND CO. Sold also by SMITH, 

ELDER, and Co., 63, Cornhill, and may be had of all Booksellers. 




SARSAFARII.I.A. 

TT is asserted by many eminent nipilical men that there is no Medicine in the Materia 
Medica comparable to Sarsaparilla for recruiting the debilitated constitution, re- 
sloring tlie tone of the stomach, improving the general slate of the system, and, by its 
continued use, removing various morbid symptoms ascribed to a deranged condition 
of the fluids — such as eruptions on the skin, ulcerations, scorbutic and cutaneous 
diseases, and rheumatic pains, operating as a general and complete purifier of the 
blood.— lUTLF.irS "COMPOUND CDNCENTRATKD DECOCTION, OH 
FLIIU KXTRACT OF SARSAPARILLA," is the original of the now numerous 
preparations of the kind, and is extensively prescribed by Medical Practitioners ; it is 
most carefully prepared from the finest Jamaica Sarsaparilla imported, at a low tem- 
perature, so as to preserve entirely the virtues of the root in their most efficient and 
concentrated form. A pint bottle is equal to four quarts of the ordinary preparation. 
Prepared and sold in pint bottles, 20s.; half-pints, 10s. ; and quarter-pints, 5s, 6d.; 
by HI ri.KR & UARDINC, C.kmists, 4, Cheapside, Corner of St. Paul's, London. 

BUTLER'S TASTELESS SEIDLXTZ POVa>ER, 

I\ ONE BOTTLE. 

This useful aperient preparation, besides forming an equally efficient and far more 
agreeable Draught than that produced by the Common Seidlilz Powders, is made in 
much less time, and with infimtply less trouble. To allay fever or thirst, a teaspoonful, 
in water, forms a most refreshing Saline Draught. Being enclosed in a bottle, it will 
remain uninjured by humidity during the longest sea voyage or land journey. 

Sold at 23. 6d. the bottle (which is enclosed in a case, and accompanied by a 
measure and spoon), by the preparers, Blti.er & IIaudi.ng, Chemists, 4, Cheapside, 
Corner of .St. Paii>»s, London. ' 

BXTTLER'S CONCENTRATED ESSENCE OP GINGER, AND 
ESSENCE OF GINGER AND CHAMOMILE, 

Are found useful in indi'.,'estion and flatulence, and as a warm stomachic, for cold, 
gouty, and rheumatic habits. No family should be without this valuable preparation^ 
as, in numerous cases, a dose or two has checked, and frequently cured, most violent 
attacks of indigestion, flatulency, spasm, cramps, &c. Sold in bottles, 2s. 9d., 4s. 6d., 
and 10s. t]d. 

BUTLER'S GREGORY'S STOMACHIC POWDER. 

This compound of Turkey Rhubarb, pure .Magnesia, and aroma of Jamaica Ginger, 
was a favourite remedy of the celebrated Professor Oreuory, of Edinburgh, in cases of 
acidity, flatulence, torpidity of the bowels, and all those affections consequent on 
impaired digestion. It will be found particularly serviceable to gouty subjects, and 
IS the best and safest medicine in ordinary stomach complaints of infants and children. 
In bottles, 2s. 9d. and 4s. Gd. 

BUTLER'S MEDICINE CHEST DIRECTORY. 

Family, Sta, and (iovifrnmLnl Medicine Ciiests fitted up with appropriate Medicinei 
at.d Directions, for all climates. 



And all yfcdicines nf repute, vith allowance to Aferc/iants and others, fo 
exportation, of 

BnTI.i:R AlfB HARBIN G, 

Chemists, 4, Cheapside, Corner of St. Paul's, London. 



The above may also be obtained of J. Sanceii, 150, Oxford Street; Davenport 
and Co., 20. Waterloo Place, Edinburgh ; or through most respectable Drueguts 
throughout the country. 



prize: IVZSDAZ.. 



WATHERSTON & BROGDEH'S 
GOLD CHAINS, 

By Troy Weight and Workmanship at Wholesale 
Manufacturers' Prices. 

THE GREAT EXHIBITION having esta- 
blished the advantage of purchasing from 
the Wholesale Manufacturer, wherever it can 
be accomplished, and thereby dispensing with 
an intermediate profit, WAT H KRSTON & 
BROGDEN beg to announce that, in obedi- 
ence to the numerous calls made upon them, 
they have thrown open their Manufactory to 
the Public, at the same prices they have been 
in the habit (for the last half century) of 
charging to the Trade in London, India, and 
the Colonics. 

WATHERSTON & BROGDEN beg to 
Cautiox the public against the ELECTRO- 
GOLD CHAINS and POLISHED ZINC 
GOLD, so extensively put forth in the pre- 
sent day, under the title of " Pure Gold " 
and "Fine Gold," and to call attention to 
the genuine Gold Chains made from their own 
ingots, and sold by Troy weight, at its bullion 
or realizable value. 

The system of Weighing Chains against 
Sovereigns being one of the greatest frauds 
ever practised on the Public,W ATHERSTON 
&BRUGI)EN guarantee the Gold in their 
Chains, and will repurchase it at the price 
charged ; the workmanship, according to the 
intricacy or simplicity of the pattern. 

Example. — Intrinsic value of a Chain of 15-Carat Gold 

weighing U Ounces £3 19 7 




Supposing the Workmanship to be 



2 



£5 19 7 
By this arrangement, the purchaser will see at a glance the proportion charged 
for LABOUR compared with the Bullion in a Gold Chain, and being always able 
to realize the one, will have only to decide on the value of the other. 

* * An extensive assortment of Jewellery, of the first quality, all made at their 
Manufactory. 

16, Henrietta Street, Covent Garden, I.ondon. 

ESTABLISHED 1708. 




TO MEMBERS OF REGIMENTAL MESSES. 

MF.MBF.US of Ke.jimeiiial Messes, Kesid. nts in India and the Colonies, are 
respecifully solicited to inspect tlie nrticles supplied to lliem, purporlin^ to 
be the nianuf.Klure of C1K)SSR & HI.AC K\\ KLl , as in consequence ol the great 
repuie in which their various condiments and table-supplies are held, lirge quantities 
of ^oodj are piepared so similar to theirs in outward appearance, lliat tiie deception 
is not discovered until the purchaser has opened ihein. 

It is therefore important to all who wish to guard against disappointment, to care- 
fully examine their purchases, as C. & H. do not guarantee any articles to be of their 
manufacture, unless bearing llieir name and address in full on the various bottles and 
corks. The indents C. & B. execute for the principal storekeepers in India and the 
British Colonies are most varied and extensive, comprising (among other preparations 
loo numerous to be included in the limits of an advertisement) the following well 
known supplies : — 

Pickles of various descriptions, the whole (with the exception of white Onions and 
Mushrooms) prepared with pure White U'ine \'iiiegar. 

White Onions and Mushrooms prepared with pure Distilled Vinegar only. The 
Mushiooms are preserved immediately they are gathered from the grounds, at C. & 
13. 's factory at Lewes, Sussex. 

The Royal Table Sauce, a warm rich sauce for cold meat and general purposes. 

Essence of Anchovies, in the preparation of which none but the best Gorgona Fish 
arc used. 

The Celebrated Soho Sauce, for game, venison, fish, &c. 

Dinmore's Essence of Shrimps, one of the most delicious sauces ever introduced 
for imparting a relish to all kinds of boiled and fried fish, and being milder than the 
Essence of Anchovies, has met w ith a decided preference ; the true flavour of the 
Shrimp is fully retained as it is manufactured on the sea coast, where C. and B. have 
a factory for this express purpose. 

Sir Robert Peel's Sauce for general purposes; each bottle is labelled with a fac- 
simile of the late Kight Hon. Baronet's letter of approval. 

Soyer's New Sauces, one mild for Ladies, and one warm for Gentlemen ; thgse 
sauces are manufactured under Monsieur Soyer's own direction. 

Soyer's justly celebrated Kelisli, in universal use throughout the worhl. 

Fruits in bottles for tarts, and Crystallised Fruits for dessert. 

Jams and Jellies of the first quality, prepared with the strictest attention to the 
preservation of the fine aroma ol the fruit. 

Strasbourg Potted Meats, Anchovy and Bloater Paste, and Pate a Diable, for Break- 
fast, Luncheon, &c. 

Fine Bologna Sausages, hermetically sealed in tins. 

Rean'ork Mams, prime Uilt shire Bacon, and dried Ox Tongues, hermetically sealed. 

Real York Hams and Ox Tongues preserved in jelly. 

Berkley and Chedder Cheese, preserved by anew process in tins, hermetically sealeo. 

Prepared Parmesan Cheese, in boitlAi for .Macaroni, &c. 

Preserved Salmon, Oysters, Lol)sters for Sauce. Herrings a la Sardines, Yarmouth 
Bloaters, Sardines in Oil, Oysters preserved in Jelly. 

All the various kinds of Preserved Meats, Soups, Game, Vegetables, &c., fit for 
immediate use. 

Dried Herbs in bottles. Essences of Herbs and Spices of all kinds, for purposes 
of flavouring. 

Syrups for Ices, comprising Pine Apple. Lemon, Orange, Raspberry, Lime, Cur- 
rant, Strawberry and Cherry ; any of these diluted with water make a cool and delight- 
ful bcver.ige. 

Arrowroot, Macaroni, ^■e^micelli, Durham Mustard, Table Vinegar, Olives, Capers, 
&.. &r. 

CROSSE ANJ> HIsILCKV/ElsI., 

riRVKYURS L\ URDINARV TO IILK MAJtSTV, 
21, SDHO-SQCARE, LONDON. 

EsiABLivniu 1706. 



LONDON ASSURANCE CORPORATION. 

Established by Royal Charter a.d. 1720. 
FOR X.ZFE, FIRE, AND MARINE ASSURANCES. 

Head Office, No. 7, Royal Exchange, Cornhill; 
Branch Office, No. 10, Regent Street. 



Edward Bdrmester, Esq., Governor. 

John Alves Arbuthnot, Esq., Sub-Governor. 

James Dowie, Esq., Deputy-Governor. 



Sirrrtors. 



RrcHARD Baggallay, Esq. 
George Barnes, Esq. 
Henrt Bonham Bax, Esq. 
Henry Blanshard, Esq. 
James Blyth, Esq. 
J. Watson Borradaile, Esq. 
Charles Crawley, Esq. 
William Dallas, Esq. 
BoNAMY Dobree, Jud., Esq. 
Harry George Gordon, Esq. 
Edwin Gower, Esq. 
Samuel Gregson, Esq., M.P. 



David C. Guthrie, Esq. 
John Alex. Hankey, Esq. 
Edward Harnage, Esq. 
William King, Esq. 
Charles Lyall, Esq. 
John Ord, Esq. 
David Powell, Esq. 
George Frobyn, Esq. 
P. F. Robertson, Esq., M.P. 
Alexander Trotter, Esq. 
Thomas Weeding, Esq. 
Lestock p. Wilson, Esq. 



West End Local Committee. 

Two Members of the Court of Directors in rotation, and 

Henry Kingscote, Esq. | John T. Pratt, Esq. 



I.IFE DEPARTMENT. 

-, • Actuary. — Peteh Hardy, Esq., F.R.S. 

THIS Corporation has granted Assurances on Lives for a Period Exceeding 
One Hundred and Thirty Years, having issued its first policy on the 7th 
June 1721. 

Two-thirds, or 66 per cent, of the entire profits are given to the assured. 

Policies may be opened under any of the following plans, viz. : — 

At a low rate of Premium, entitlmg the Assured, either, after the first five years, to 
an Annual abatement of Premium for the remainder of life, or after payment of the 
first Premium, to a participation in the ensuing quinquennial Bonus. 

The high character which this Ancient Corporation has maintained during nearly 
A Century and a half, secures to the public a full and faithful declaration of 
profits. 

The Corporation bears the whole Expenses of Management, thus giving to the 
Assured, in consequence of the protection afforded by its Corporate Fund, ad- 
vantages equal to those of any system of Mutual Assurance. 

Premiums may be paid Yearly, Half-yearly, or Quarterly. 

No entrance fee or other charge beyond the Policy Stamp. 

The fees of Medical Referees are paid by the Corporation. 

A Policy may be effected for as small a sum as £20, and progressively increased 
up to £50, without the necessity of a new F^olicy. 

Every facility will be given for the transfer or exchange of Policies, or any other 
suitable arrangement will be made for the convenience of the assured. 

JOHN LAURENCE, Secretary. 



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f<^ 



THE NEW 

ANNUAL ARMY LIST 

roK 

1853. 

(BEING THE FOURTEENTH ANNUAL A^OLUME,) 

CONTAINING 

THE D ATI-IS OF COMMISSIONS, AND A STATEMENT OF THE WAR 

SERVICES AND WOUNDS OF NEARLY EVERY OFFICER 

IN THE ARMY, ORDNANCE, AND MARINES. 

CORRECTED TO 30Tn DECEMBER, 1852. 

WITH AN INDEX. 



Major H. G. HART, 49x11 Regt 



\<2- 1923 ,0 
LONDON: ^" ^' 




JOHN Ml RUAY, ALBEMARLE STREf:T. 
1853. 



AH communications io he addressed to Major Hart, 50, Albemarle Street, London. 



tONDON : 

'RiNTF.D By STEWART AND MURRAY, 

OLD BAILEY. 



CONTENTS. 



Actions or Battles 454 

Adjutants of Recruiting Districts ... 264 

Aidi'S-dc-Camp to the Queen 117 

Artillery, Royal ^Go 

Barrack Masters 320 j 

Cadets, Company of Gentlemen '274 

Cape Mounted Riflemen 2o9 i 

Ceylon Rifle Rtgiment 2o7 | 

Chaplains' Department 312, 445 | 

Chatham Depot Staff" 2G2 , 

Chelsea Hospital 318, 453 \ 

Colonels 30 

Commissariat Department 306, 427 

Dragoon Guards 121 

Dragoons 128 

Engineers, Royal 281 

Field Mai-shals 5 

Foot Guards 144 

Foot ( Numbered RegimenU) 151 

Foreign Corps on Half Pay 44G 

Foreign Onlers 4C0 

Foreign Stations, Staff on 322 

Garrisons 318, 452 

General OflScers 

General Officers receiving rewards for 

Distinguished Services 237 

Gentlemen at Arms, the Honourable 

Corps of 110 

German Legion 440 

Great Britain .<taff 319 

Half-pay List 337 

lliljcmian Military School 453 

Horse Guanls, Royal Regiment of . . . . 120 

Inspecting Field Officers 2G4 

Lieutenant- Colonels 50 

Life-Guanls 118, 110 



page 

Light Dragoons 130 

Local Rank 112 

Maidstone Depot Staff 262 

Majors 86 

Malta Fencibles 263 

Marines, Royal 292 

Medals, &c. (Gold) 454 

Medical Department 309, 430 

Medical Department, Ordnance 291 

Military College 318, 453 

Military Asylum 318, 453 

Militia 335 

Xewfoundland Companies • 261 

Order of the Garter 460 

Thistle 460 

St. Patrick 4C0 

Bath 461 

St. Michael and St. George 467 

Orders, Foreign 468 

Ordnance Department 265 

Paymasters of Recruiting Districts . . . 264 

Provisional Battalion at Chatham 262 

Recniiting Staff 264 

Retired Officers on Full Pay .... 331 , 337 

Rifle Brigade 257 

Riding Establishment, Ordnance .... 274 

Sappers and Miners 280 

Staff at Head Quarters 117 

Staff of Great Britain 319 

Staff on Foreign Stations 322 

Staff Officers of Pensioners 315 

Tower of Lonrlon 452 

Veterinan.' Surgeons on h. p 445 

Wist India Regiments 254 

Yconun of the Guard "•'' 



EXPLANATIONS. 



K.G. Kniglit of the Order of the Garter. 

K .T. Knight of the Order of the Thistle. 

K.P. Knight of the Order of St. Patrick. 

G.C.B. Knight Grand Cj-oss of the Order of the Bath. 

K.C.B, Knight Coinmander of the Order of tlie Bath. 

C.B. Companion of the Order of the Bath. 

G.C.M.G. Knight Grand Cr&ss of the Order of &t. Michael and St. George. 

K.C.M.G. Kmght Commander of ditto ditto 

C.M.G. Companion of ditto ditto 

G.C.H. Knight Grand Cross of the Royal Hanoverian Guelphic Order. 

K.C.H. Knight CoHU«f<nf?e>' of ditto ditto 

K.H. Knight of ditto ditto 

K.C. Knight of the Crescent. 

IT Before the Name, denotes that the Officer was at the Battle of Trafalgar. 

^ Before the Name, denotes that the Officer served in the Penhuula, or the 
South of France. 

f Offieo-s actually present in either of the actions of the 
Wi Waterloo Medal. < 16th, 17th, or 18th June, 1815. Such Officers are 
C. allowed two years' additional service. 

N. B. In the List of General and Field Officers, the Names printed in Italic are those of 
Officers retired from the Army, who have heen specially allowed to retain their Rank , but 
without receiving Pay or progressive Promotion. 

The Figm-es prefixed to the Names denote the Battalions to which the Officers are 
actually attached; the Letters s. and r. after the name distinguish Officers employed on 
the Staff, or on the Hecruiting Service ; the letter r. before the name denotes that the 
Officer belongs to the Reserve Battalion. Tlie Letters J?. M. in the Cavalry Regiments, 
allude to the Riding Masters ; the Letters d. pm. and d. adj. denote the Depot Paymaster 
and Depot Adjutant respectively. — The * before the Name or Date of Commission, de- 
notes Temporary Rank only. Tlie Letter P before the Date indicates that the Commission 
was purchased. 

The words subscribed to the titles of Regiments, as " Peninsula," " Waterloo," &c. denote 
the Honorary Distinctions permitted to be borne by such Regiments on their Colours and 
appointments, in commemoration of their Services. 



THE 



NEW ANNUAL ARMY LIST 



1853. 



FIELD-MARSHALS. 

//.> Mnjesty the KIXG of the BELGIANS, KG. GCB. OCH., General, 2 May, 1816 ; 
Field Marshal, 24 May, 18111. 

HiS Royal Highness rUA.VCIS ALBERT AUGUSTUS CHARLES EMANUEL, Duhe 
of SA.XONY, Prince of SAXE COBURG AND GOTHA, KG. KT. KP. GCB. 
GCMG., 8 Feb. 1840. Colonel of the Grenadier Guards, 23 Sept. 1852 ; Governor nnd 
ConsUblo of Windsor Castle, 18 May, 1843 ; and Colonel-in-Chief of tlie Rifle Brigade, 
23 Sept. 18.V.>. 

^ IM HENRY WILLIAM, Marquis of ANGLESEY, KG. GCB. GCH., Lieut.- 
Colonel,* 12 Stpt. 93; Colonel, 3 May 9G ; Mujor-General, 29 April U2 ; /.ieut.- 
Genernl, 2o April 08 ; General, 12 Aug. VJ ; Field Marshal, 9 Nov. 46; Colonel of the 
Royal Regiment of Horse Guard^j, 20 Dec. 42 ; Captain of Cowcs Castle, 25 Mar. 2G ; 
Master General of the Ordnance. 



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"ar Services of' the Gtncrnl OlJicers who are not Colonels of Regiments. 

1 Sir Alexander Mackenzie served with Lord Moira'8 army on the expedition for the relief 
of Ostend, in 17'.t4; as second in command at the capture of the Cape of Good Hope, in 1795; 
in command of a divition on the expedition against Naples, in 1808; and afterwards in command 
of the army in the two Culabrias. 

2 Lord Cork served in Flanders, in 17'.t3, and was present at the sieges of Valenciennes and 
Dunkirk, at the former of which he was one of the storming party. In 1794 he accompanied 
the expedition under Lord Moira ; was present at the battle of Alost, and made prisoner at the 
capitulation of Berg«n-up-Zoom. Served with the Guards in Holland, in 1799. Commanded 
the first battalion of the Coldstream Guards in Kgypt, in 1801, and was present at the taking 
of Alexandria, and in the different engagements with the army under Sir Eyre Coote, to the 
westward of Alexandria. Has received the Silver War Medal with one Clasp for Egypt. 

i Lord Lorton served with the .")Sth as a marine on board the Vtmieanre 7-1. Went out with 

harles Grey's expedition to the West Indies, in 179.!, and served in the 1st battalion of 

liers, under the command of the late Duke of Kent, at the captures of Martinique, St. 

L, and Guadaloupe; on the conclusion of the campaign rejoined the .")8th at Martiniiiue. In 

about six weeks following, in consequence of a French force having re-taken Grande Terre, he 

was ordered with the Grenadiers again to Guadaloupe, and was engaged in the several actions 

of that second campaign; in covering the retreat of the troops from Point- ;i-Pitre, was struck 

by a spent ball, which was the occasion of a handsome compliment from Sir Charles Grey in 

front of the Grenadiers, while inspecting the remains of the army on the afternoon of that 

fatiil day, as in fact he was a volunteer on this second expedition, having previously received 

-aion from Sir Charles to return to Europe in consequence of promotion. During the 

the troops were re-embarkrd, he commanded an advanced position close to the French 

while the operation was in progress. Served also during the rebellion in Ireland, 

in i:.'>, at Vinegar Hill, S.C., and subseciuently as a Brigadier-General in the Western District. 

4 General M'Kenzie served the campaign of 1794 on the Continent, including the several 

1 actions between the Waal and Khine, lorcing the enemy from St. Andn!-, sortie from Nimeguen, 

and the actions at Thuyl and Geldermalsen. Served also on the eastern coast of Spain under 

Sir Wm. Henry Clinton. 

". General White was appointed, in 179.J, Brigade-Major to the Guards employed in the 
-ii,'n3 in Flanders, and was present at the sieges of Valenciennes and Dunkirk, and at the 
and storming of Lincelles. 

• neral Bonham served upwards of :i2 years in the West Indies, and acted as chief of 

1 irter- Master -General's department on the two expeditions against St. Lucia and Tobago, 

' merara and Berbice; on the latter he was second in command. He was also present at 

rming of Morne Fortunt-e, St. Lucia, on the night of the 2d of June, iso.i. 

neral Gosselin commanded a Brigade on the expedition against Genoa, under Lord 

I'entinck ; and on its capture- was appointed commandant there until the peace with 

Subsequently he commande<l a Brigade in the American War, and wai present at 

vck iin and capture of Castine on the Penobscot. 

■rd Carysfort served as Secretary to the mission of Colonel Crawfurd, at the head- 

rs of the Archduke Charles, and was present at all the battles of the campaign of 1796 

viaany, at the siege of Kehl, and the affair at the beginning of 1797, on the Rhine. 

i as Aide-de-camp to Lord Ci-rnwalli» in Ireland during iho Rebellion; after which he 

a ployed in Ciermany, and was present at all the actions of that 3 ear in Switzerland, under 

il Hotze, and with the Kussian army at the battle of Zurich. Campaign in Egypt as 

1' -camp to Sir Kilph Abcrcromby, and afterwards to Lord Hutchinson. (Jn the Quarter- 

r-Gcneral's staff on the expedition to Sweden, and afterwards to Spain, under Sir John 

MiKire, including the bailie of Corunna. Embarked with the Guards for \V alchtrcn in July 

"^, and served in the reserve in South Beveland. Accompanied the Guards to Spain in 1811, 

was appointed to the command of the garrison of Cadiz. At the defence of Turifa, he was 

MOnd in command. Marched from them e with tha detachment of the Guards that joined 

1 Hill, and subsequently formed a junction with the Duke of Welhngt n on his retreat 

I Burgos. In IMI he returned to lOn^^land, and shortly afterwards he again embarked with 

i datachment of Guards for Flanders, a brigade of which he commanded in the attack on I^r- 

B-op-Zoom. Medal for services in Egypt. 

• General the HoQourable T. E. Capul served the campaigns in Flanders unJer the Duke of 
ark. He served afterwards in the Peninsula and was employed as Assistant- Adjutant-General 
t Cadiz in li'?! 1 : he has received the Silver War Medal with one Clasp for Corunnu. 
10 Sir Kobert Barton served the campaign of 1 7'JH in Holland, and was present in the actions 



18 War Services oftht General Officers. 

of the 8tb, 10th, and 19th September. Accompanied the Life Guards to the Peninsula, and 
served there for a short period. 

11 General the Honourable A. P. Upton joined the Duke of York's army in Holland, in 
Nov. 1794, with which he served the ensuing winter campaign, and returned to England with 
the army in May 1795. In 1799 he was appointed Aide-de-camp to Sir Ralph Abercromby, 
and was present at the battle of the 27th Aug. on the landing near the Helder, as also at those of 
the 10th Sept., 2nd and 6th Oct. Appointed Assistant-Quarter-Master General to the artoy 
under Lord Chatham in 1809: landed at Walcheren 27 th July with the troops, and was present 
at the actions in which the enemy were driven into Flushing, and also at the siege of that place. 
Served at Cadiz from Apr. 1811 to Aug. 1812, and with the Duke of Wellington's army on the 
Quarter-Master- General's staff, from Sept. 1812 to the end of the war in 1814, including the 
retreat into Portugal, actions of San Munos and Osma, battle of Vittoria, action at Tolosa, pass- 
age of the Bidassoa, battle of the Nivelle, battles of the Nive on the 9th, 10th, 1 1th, and 12thDec., 
passage of the Adour, action of St. Etienne, investment of Bayonne, and repulse of the sortie. 
Employed as military correspondent with the Bavarian army in 1815, and was present with it in 
its various operations. He has received the Gold Medal and one Clasp for the battles of Vittoria 
and the Nive ; and the Silver War Medal with one Clasp for Nivelle, 

12 General Huskisson served im the field, in India, under Lord Lake, and subsequently 
at the siege of Ryghur, and at tl 8?apture of several towns and forts. In October 1818, com- 
manded at Candeish, at the takliig of Behauderpore and Amulneir. 

13 General Monckton served in Ireland during the Rebellion in 1798. 

14 Lieu*..-General BuUer served the campaigns of 1793 and 94 in Flanders; and subsequently 
in the We^t Indies, including the siege of St. Lucia, and reduction of Grenada. 

15 Sir Henry Edw. Bunbury served in Holland in 1799, including the battles of the 19th 
Sept., 2nd and 7th October. Served also on the expedition to Naples and Calabria in 1805 and 
6, and wa f present at the battle of Maida, for which he has received the Gold Medal. 

16 LieaL.-General S. Brown served in Egypt in 1801, as an Assistant-Quarter-Master- 
General. In January 1808, he was sent on a secret service under the orders of the Secretary 
of State, and appointed Deputy-Quarter-Master-General to the forces under General Spencer. 
In June 1808, he was employed on a secret service in Portugal, and was present as a volunteer 
at the battle of Roleia, for which he has received the War Medal with one Clasp. 

17 Lieut.- General Herbert served on the Continent with the army under Lord Moira and the 
Duke of York. Engaged during the Carib war in St. Vincent's ; at Port-au-Prince, in St. 
Domingo ; and at Fort Irois during the three months' siege. Served also at the siege of 
Copenhagen, 1807. 

18 Lieut.-General Armstrong went out to Flanders with Lord Moira, in 1794 ; joined the 
Duke of York at Antwerp, and was in that disastrous retreat through Holland in the winter of 
1794-95, and embarked at Bremen. Served in Ireland during the Rebellion in 1798, and Wtia 
Assistant- Adjutant- General of the Centre District under General R. Dundas, until the peace 
of 1802. 

20 Lieut.-General Gordon served at the siege of Pondicherry, battle of Argaum, sieges of 
Asseerghur, Gawilghur, and various other hill forts. Served also at Walcheren in 1809. 

21 Lieut. -General Johnson served the campaign of 1808-9 in the Peninsula as a Major in th« 
.•32nd and was present at the battles of Roleia, Vimiera, and Corunna, for which he has received 
the War Medal with three Clasps. 

22 Lieut.-General Yates served in Egypt in 1801, and has received the Egyptian medal. 

23 Sir Love Jones Parry served in the last American war; commanded a frontier brigade 
in Upper Canada, and was wounded and had a horse shot under him at the battle of Lundy's 
Lane. 

24 Sir Charles Thornton accompanied the Guards to Holland, in March 1793, under the 
Duke of York, and was present at the battle of Famars (wounded), siege of Valenciennes, 
retreat from Dunkirk, taking of Lannoy, where he lost his right arm by a cannon-shot. 

25 Sir Frederick Trench served in Sicily in 1806 and 7 ; at Walcheren, in 1809; in the Penin- 
sula, in 1811; and in Holland, in 1814. 

26 Lieut.-General Uniacke served in Ireland throughout the rebellion of 1798 and 99 and 
during the preceding and subsequent disturbances, part of the time as aide-de-camp to Sir 
James Duff. 

27 Lieut.-General Darley served at the siege of Port-au-Prince, in St. Domingo, in 1794$ 
subsequently at the siege of Morne-Fortunce, in St. Lucia; in Egypt, in 1807. Commanded 
.'iOO men on an expedition in a joint attack with H. M. frigates the Imperieuse and Thames, and 
in co-operation with a party of seamen, ascending the heights of Palinura in Calabria, against 
u strongly -posted enemy three times the strength of the assailants; drove them oft' the ground, 
and maintained the post for three days. Served afterwards in the Peninsula from August 1813 
to the end of that war in 1814, including the battle of the Nivelle, and the actions of the 
Nive before Bayonne, on the 9th, 10th, and 11th Dec. 1813, for which he has received the Silver 
War Medal with two Clasps. 

28 Lieut.-General Aj/lmer served at the Helder in 1799, including the action of the 10th 
Sept.; Egyptian campaign of 1801 (Gold Medal); expedition to Hanover in 1805-6 under 
Lord Cathcart ; campaign of 1808-9 in Spain and Portugal, including the battles of Roleia, 



Mar ^Services of' the General Ofiicers. 10 

and Corunna, for which, and for Egypt, he has received the War \[edal wiih four 
Int. Ho served subseijuontly with the expedition to Walcheren. 

M Lieut. -General Vernon served the campaip^ of 18u?-9 in the reninsula, as a Depnty- 
Wl rta nt- Adjutant- General. Subsequently in the same eapacity with the Duke uf Wellington's 
BV tintil June 1^11, and was present at the battle of Tolavero. Served with the 2nd bat- 
Hb 66th, at the surprise of a French division at Arroyo do Molino, and other opeiaiions, 
Ml the capture of Hadajo/.. With the l^ueen's at the reduction of the Forts and bittle of 
Iftnmnca — slightly wounded early in the day, and very severely at the close of the actiin, ti 
ill haring entered his breast and lodged near the heart, after tearing along twu ribs. Fol- 
the army again at the expiration of three weeks, and resumed the command of his 
with which he served in the various operations preceding, during, and subseijuent to 
• tteg^ of Burgos. He has received the gold Medal for Salamanca, and the silver War Medal 
1th one clasp fi)r Talavera. 

81 Sir Adolphus John Dalrymple served as Aide-de-camp to Sir James Craig in the Eastern 
>iitrict, Malti, Naples, and Sicily, from July ISii.? to May 1806, und as Military Secretary 
Sir Hew Dalrymple in Portugal in lSn8. 
88 Major-General Bradshaw was actively employed in St. Domingo in 179'i, 94, and 95, and 
mnanded at St. Maries and Tibnron, when those posts were attacked by the enemy. Served 
; Ireland during the rebeUion, in 1798-, and with the expedition to the Ferrol, in 1800. Also, 
« Egyptian campaign of 1801 (imluding the actions of the 8th, 13th, and "Jlst March), fot- 
■Hiieh he has received the Gold Medal, as also the Silver War Medal with one Clasp. 
34 Viscount de Chabut served in Holland, in 1799; in Spain, under Sir John Jloore; with 
e expedition to Walcheren, 1809; and subs«quently in the Peninsula, until 1810. 
85 Major-General Wm. Stewart served in the Peninsula, and has received the Gold Medal 
r the battle of Albuhera. 

88 Sir Henry W. Kooke embarked with the ird Guards for Holland, in Aug. 1799, and 
was present in the actions of the •27th Aug., lOth and 19ih Sept, 2nd and 6th October. Em- 
barked again for Holland, Nov. 181!, in command of the 2nd battalion of that regt, and was 
present at the advance to Antwerp, bombardment of the French fleet at Antwerp, and attack 
on Bcrgen-op-Zoom, Ah o the campaign of 1815, including the battles of Ciuatre Bras and 
Waterloo. 

.T7 Sir John Geo. Woodford served as Deputy-Assistant-Adjutant-General on the Expedition 
to Stralsund, and afterwards to Copenhagen, in 1807; and as Deputy- Assistant-t^uarter- 
Master-General on the Expedition under Sir David Baird, which joined Sir John Moore's army 
in Galicia, and was present at the battle of Corunna, for which lie has received the silver War 
Mulal with one Clasp. Served afterwards in the Peninsula as an Assistant-<juarter- Master- 
General, and has received the gold cross tor the battles of Nivelk, Nive, Orthes, and Toulouse. 
Also the campaign of 18i,i, including the battle of Waterloo, and the taking of Cambray. 

W Major-General Farrer has received the Silver War Medal with two Clasps for the Egyptian 
campaign ot 1801, and for the battle of Miiida. 

43 Major-General Hay embarked for the West Indies early in 1796, and served the campaign 
of that and the following year. In 1797 he was actively employed in the Island of St. Vincelit 
He served the campaign of 1808-9 in Portugal and Spain under Sir John Moore, in the 
18th Hussars, and was present in the cavalry actions of Mayorga and Benevente; and 
was with the detachment that surprised and captured the enemy's outlying piquet at Raeda — 
commanded the rear-^nard from Astorga — and Batanzas on the retreat terminating with the 
battle of Corunna, He served also with the Army of Occupation in France until its return to 
England in 1818. He has received the War Medal with one Clasp for Benevente. 

4>* Major-General .Jervois accompanied the H9ih on the expt(hti>ii to. Hanover in 1805. In 
1810 he was app<jint<-d to the start of I>ird Blayney; nccompunied him on the exptdition to 
.Malaga, and was slightly wounded in the attiick'on the Fortress of Frnngerolu. lu 181.3 ho 
was appointed to the staff of Sir Gordon Drummond, and emburked with him for Canada, where, 
iluring the op«rations of that and the following yciir, he was present in almost every action 
fought with the American Army either in that Province or on the Fn^ntiwr, including the 
storming of Fort Niagara, Lewistown, the attacks on Black Kock and Buffalo, operntions uf,Minst 
the tofts and batteries of < >swegr>, and action of Lundy's Lane. He received the brevet rtiuk of 
Major for Buffalo, ami that of Lit ut. -Colonel for Lundy's Lane. 

.VI Sir Francis ( oi,>kbnrn served in South America in 1807; in the Peninsula in 18o;i and 
1810; and in Canada fT'>m 1811 to 1814. 

51 Major-General Charretie served three years in the East Indies, and was present at the 
mutiny at Vellore in l«ut-,, when nearly the whole of the 69th were massacred in their barracks. 
He served in the Peninsula with the 2nd Life Guards, from 1812 to the end of that war in 1814, 
iaclnding the battles of Vittoria, Pampeluna, and Toulouse. He has received the Mar Medal 
with two Clasps. 

52 Sir George Arthur servi-l with the .15ih in Sir James Craig's e-xpeditim to Italy in 1806 ; 
proceeded ttieni-t- the following year to Egjpt, and tieing appoint! d Adjutant of the Light Bst- 
talion, was engaged in the iittack on Hosttta— sc\-erely wounded in the right arm. After 
serving in Sicily under Sir James Kempt, he returned to England in 18nK -, the following year 
commanded the Light Company with the Walcheren expedition ; was employed in the attack 
on Flushing, and, being theu on outpost duty, was ordered to check the udvuuce of the Trench 



20 War Services of the General Officer*. 

force, which he effected — his company, however, suffering severely. For his gallantry on this j 
occasion he was thanked in orders, and appointed to the staff as Deputy Assist. Adjutant- 
General In 1837 he was appointed Lieut.-Governor of Upper Canada, with the local rank of 
Major- General on the Staff, and these appointments he held during the whole of the attacks of 
the American Brigands upon Upper Canada, which were entirely defeated. 

53 Major-General Patrick Campbell (R. Artillery) was at the capture of St. Lucia in 1796, 
and subsequently in the Carib war in St. Vincent. Served also in the Peninsula from Jan. 
1809 to the end of that war in 1814, including the battles of Talavera and Castalla. He has 
received the War Medal with one Clasp for Talavera. 

55 Major-General Lluellyn served in the 52nd at Ferrol, Cadiz, and in the Mediterranean, 
in 1800 and 1801. Having obtained a company by purchase in the 28th regt, he accompanied 
it to the Peninsula in 1809, and, with the exception of one year's absence in England, occasioned 
by ill-health, he was actively employed with it in the various duties that fell to its share in the 
campaigns in which it bore such a conspicuous part. Besides many services of minor impor- 
tance, he was present with his regiment at the battle of Busaco, defence of the Lines of Lisbon, 
advance on Campo Mayor, siege of Badajoz, battle of Albuhera, capture of a French corps at 
Arroyo de Molino, attack and capture of the Forts and Bridge of Almaraz, advance on Aranjuez 
and Madrid, occupation of Bourdeaux. In 1815 he embarked with his regiment for the 
Netherlands, where he was personally engaged with it in the battles of Quatre Bras and 
Waterloo, in the latter of which he was severely wounded, and received for his conduct in the 
field the brevet rank of Lt.-Colonel and the Companionship of the Bath. He has received the 
War Medal with two Clasps for Busaco and Albuhera. 

56 Major-General Lautour served in the Peninsula with the 11th Dragoons in 1811 and 12; 
he attacked, with a squadron, on the 26th Sept. 1811, near El Bodon, a French Cavalry Regt. 
which had captured part of the baggage of the Light Division, and covered the retreat of the 
74th, and five companies of the 60th, from Ciudad Rodrigo. Present also at the siege of Bada- 
joz and battle of Salamanca. Whilst in command of a squadron he attacked, and took pri- 
soners, a company of French Artillery posted in a vineyard, near A^alladolid, supporting the 
enemy's cavalry en 7th Sept. 1812, during the time the Army was crossing the Douro; he also 
repulsed an attack of the enemy's piquets, making one oificer and many men prisoners, at Mo- 
nasterio and in front of Burgos on 2nd Oct. 1812; and he was continually on outpost duty, and 
almost daily engaged with the enemy's skirmishers, and was slightly wounded in the retreat 
from Burgos by the bursting of a shell. Served the campaign of 1815, with the 23rd Light 
Dragoons, and was present in the actions of the 16th and 17th June, and at the battle of 
Waterloo, where he succeeded to the command of the regiment and of the brigade. He has 
received the War Medal with one Clasp for Salamanca. 

57 Major-General Peter Brown served with the 82nd on an expedition to the coast of France 
early in 1800, and subsequently in the Mediterranean. He served with the 23rd at the siege and 
capture of Copenhagen in 1807 ; afterwards in North America ; also at the siege and capture 
of Martinique in 1809 ; and in the Peninsula from 1810 to the end of that war in 1814. As 
Commandant of detachments at Belem he established a school upon the model of the Royal 
Military Asylum at Chelsea, for the numerous children of the soldiers' families left at that 
station. He also served on the Stall' in the Netherlands, as Commandant of Ghent, and sub- 
sequently with the Army of Occupation in France. He has received the War Medal with one 
Clasp for Martinique. 

58 Major-General Egerton, after serving as a subaltern with the 29th in North America, 
and proceeding as a Captain with the 89th to South America, accompanied the 2nd baltaUon of 
the 34th to the Peninsula in 1809. In the following year he was appointed to the staff as 
Deputy-Assistant-Adjutant-General, and attached to the second division, in which capacity he 
served at the battle of Busaco, and on the retreat to, and during the subsequent occupation of, 
the Lines before Lisbon. He was then removed as senior of the Adjutant-General's department 
to the fourth division; was present at the siege and capture of 01iveL(,-a, the first siege of 
Badajoz, battle of Albuhera (wounded), and action of AJdea de Ponte. Relinquished his staff 
appointment and rejoined his regiment in the winter of 1811, and continued to serve with it 
until appointed Aide-de-camp to Sir Rowland Hill in 1812, on whose personal staff he remained 
until the termination of the war, and was present at the battles of Vittoria, Pyrenees,— for 
which he obtained the brevet rank of Major, — Nivelle, Nive, Urthes, and Toulouse. On Lord 
Hill's appointment to a command with the army in Flanders in the spring of 1815, he selected 
Colonel Egerton as his first Aide-de-camp, who served as such at the battle of Waterloo, — 
where he obtained the brevet of Lieut.-Colonel, — and continued in the same capacity until the 
return of the Army of Occupation from France in 1818. When Lord Hill assumed the com- 
mand of the army in chief in 1828, he was pleased to name Colonel Egerton for the confidential 
appointment of first Aide-de-camp and private Secretary, which he held during the whole period 
of his Lordship's continuance at the head of the army. He has received the War Medal with 
eight Clasps. 

59 Sir William Chalmers served in Sicily in 1806 and 7; campaigns of 1808-9 in Portugal 
and Spain; expedition to Walcheren, including bombardment of Flushing; at Cadiz iu 1810 
and 1 1 ; and all the succeeding Peninsular campaigns, including the battle of Barrosa, attack of 
the enemy on the heights near Moresco, affair of Senhora de la Pena, battle of Salamanca, 



War .Services of (he General Officers. 21 

tion of Saa Muno.o, battle of Vittoria, atlauk at Miya, battles of tho r_)renee3 on tho .toLh 

id 31st July, repulse of tho enemy in Lis attack of llio heights of St. Antonio, .Mst August, 

:ii.k ..f the enemy's forts near Sarr<', 'Jth Ujt. ISl.i, battle uf Nivtlle, besides a great many 

lirs and skirmishes ou the advaneo to Madrid anj capture of the Keliio. II>* was 

viih the army iu the reniuiuU durin};; almoit all tho sieves, and was enga;:od in the 

: atT<iirs daring the retreat from Burgo.^', viz , Olmos, Jlonasterio, bridge of Valladolid, 

i.;e of the lluebra. Served alsj in tho Netherlands in ISU and l">, including tho 

Waterloo, capture of I'aris, and posterior operations in IVanee, to Aug. 1817. lie 

rely wounded in assault of tho entrenchments at Sarre, and has hud nine horses killed 

>v juiided under him in action, three of tUem at Waterloo. JJuring tho above campaigns ho 

!i» on the sUtT, except at Waterloo. Subsoquently to his services in Sir John Moore's cara- 

i^i; .'.ud Lord Chttham's expcdiiiun, ho was, in the course of about four years (Ironi oih 

1 1 to It^th June 1S1.">), in sevcntien engagements, six of them general aetiona— exelu- 

iges; and for his conduct in the ticld he was twice promoted, viz., to the brevet rank 

ai the battles of tho T^reuees, and of Licut.-Colouel ut the battle of Waterloo, on 

-dsion he commanded the left wing of the o2nd regt. He has received tho War Medal 

t Clasps. 

lor-t-icnerol Beckwith served in Hanover in lS0.")-6; at Copenhagen in ISO", including 

:i at Kioge. Oa tho expedition to Sweden in ISOS; and that to Portugal in 1808-'J, 

■ the action at Calcavellas on the retreat, and battle of Coruiini. Troceeded to Wal- 

i l8i)'j; subsequently to tho Peninsula, and was present in the actions of Pomba!, 

. Condeixa, l"oz d'^Vrouce, and Sabugal, battle ot Pucntes d'Unor, sieges of Ciudad 

und Badujoz, battle of Salamanca, siege of Burgos, motion at San I^lilan, battles of 

. the Pyrenees, Vera, Nivelle, near Bayonne, ( )rthes, and Toulouse. Served also the cam- 

!S15, including the battles of Quatre Bras and W;iterloo. Inuring the great porti; n of the 

: .ice ho was employed on the Staif. Medal for Toulouio, and lost left leg at Waterloo. 

;or-General Arguiiubau served in the Peninsula with the 3rd battali.jn of the lloyals, 

in orm at San Seb.istian. Served also the campaign of IBlo, and was slightly wounded 

Bra.", and also at Waterloo. Ho has received the Silver Wax Medal with four Clasps 

1 o, Salamanca, Vittoria, and St. Sebastian. 

' t M >jor-General Calvert served with the ."iJnd on the expedition to Sweden in 1808 ; in 

lie I'eniusula in 18oS-'J, including the retreat to Corunna; and on the Wulchertn expedition. 

appointed Aide-de-camp to Lord Lyncdoch in April l8lo, and joined him at Cadiz, then bc- 

,eg<»d by the Prench ; present at the battles of Birrosa and Vittoria ; also at both the attacks 

nd capture of San Sebastian. Accompanied the i^'Jth to America in 1814, and was present 

t th" taking of Castine, and the ditfercnt American settlements in tho Bay of Fundy. 

t'so the campaign of 1815 with the .■j2nd, including the battles of Qautre Bias and 

., and capture of Paris. He has received the War Medal with three Clasps for 

. Vittoria, and S:. Sibastian. 

■ jor-Gintral Siavcley joined the army under the Duke of Wellington at.Oporto in May 
I was present ot the battle of Talavera, actions at Pombal, Utdinha, Poz d'Arouce, 

■ ra do Moita ; battle of Fumtes d Onor, storming and capture of Ciudad Kodiigo and 

Deputy- Assistant Quarter-Master-General at tho actions of Osma and Morillas, 

jI' f Vittoria, passage of tho Bidassoa, storming tho Heights of Vera, action at Saire, 

r the Nivelle, battles of the 0th, loth, 1 Ith, and 1:2th Dee. 181-) near Bayonne, passage 

lour, storming St. Eiienno and investment of the citadel of Bayonne, actions at Vic 

and Tarbes, and battle of Toulouse. S.rved also the campaign of 181"), including the 

; Waterloo and capturu of Paris. lie has received tho War ^ledal with eight ('lasps. 

r De Licy Evans served in India, in 18(»7, 8, 'J, and 10. Portugal, Spain, and France, 

13, and 14. America part of l8l4-lo. BJgium and Franco iu 181.>, 10, 17, and 18. 

a in 18 ij, .'iG, and 37. iVesi-nt duiing the operations against Ameer Khan and the 

1 ica, capture of the Mauritius, p^rt of the retreat from Bargos, action on the Hormaza 

• d), bailie of Vittoria, investment of Pampeluni, battle of the Pyrenees, investment of 
• (h irso hhoi). actions of Vic Bgorio and Tarbes, bailie of Toulouio (horse shot), 
. Uladeniburg (two horses shot), capture of Washington, attack on Biltiraore, operations 
N'ew Drleans (bearding and capture of American Flotilla,) — action I'Jih Die. wounded 

—unsuccessful assault J.m. ( wounded serenl} ), battle of Qjatre Bras, retreat of 17th of 

•Vaterloo (horso bhut and one sabrt-d), inveslmeut and capitulation of Paris. Continued 

of allied Army of Occupition in France. Accipted under an allied power (183.)) com- 

: an auxiliary British and Spanish corps of army by sanction and dt «iro of the English 

larnt, and by order of the King in council. Acted, while so employed, in conjunction 

• B.itish forcts (under Lird J. Hay), and through mediation of British nuthoriiies : — 
: iiivijlmt-nts of Sin Sebastian and Bilboa, aciion of Arlalan, capture of p.>it and castle 

1 I .M.-;igcs. Dcicaled tho enemy in genual actions on tho oih of May, (jlh of June, 1st of Oct. 
■wounded) IS3C ; also lOth and l."»th of Murch 1837. Attacked niur Hernuui, Kith March, by 
he tltte of the Catlisl army, lO,tnM» strong (about double Uie allied force), and obliged to retreat 
bout one mile, but with :i less loss in killed and wounded (000) than thai of tho enemy. Ke- 
umid the olf. usive the fallowing month— eapiure of Hejiiuni by esculude, I lib M:iy — ot Ojar- 
un 10th May— of Yran by storm 17tU May— of Foutarabia by capitulation 18th May. These 

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22 War Services of the General Officers. 

and other minor affairs were for the most part severely contested, and cost (including those ( 
the enemy) above ten thousand killed and wounded. Excepting occasionally two or thrt! 
strao:glers, generally without arms, the Legion never lost (under his command) prisoner^ 
artillery, or equipage, though utterly contrary statements repeatedly appeared at the time,- 
while he took from the enemy 100 otKcers, 1000 men, thirty pieces of cannon, several entrenche, 
positions, fortified towns and posts, with an extensive and most important strategical tract 
the insurgent territory, including their main line of retreat, communication and sup"' 
Thenceforth " The frontier w as etfectually closed against the entrance of resources to the ' 
lists, except by the small mountain passes, which are only accessible to foot passengers or n 
lightly laden" (British Commissioners' Despatch, Parliamentary Paper)— and thus did 
auxiliary corps decisively contribute to the successful termination of the war. He holds the raff-; 
of Lieut.-General in the national army of Spain, by license of a British royal warrant, — als' 
honoured by her IMajesty for these services with the Cross of Commander of the Bath, and b 
the government of Spain with the grand crosses of St. Ferdinand and Charles III. Receive 
his Company, ftlajority, and Lt.-Coloutlcy in the British service for conduct against the enem, 
Sir De Lacy has received the Peninsular, Waterloo, and Naval War Medals. ::;;„ 

67 Major-General Scott proceeded to the Peninsula in 1808, and was present with the See 
Fusilier Guards at the Passage of the Douro, capture of Oporto, subsequent retreat of Soult 
army, and battle of Talavera, where he was wounded through the body, and being lefc there i 
hospital he was made prisoner. He commanded the Scots Fusilier Guards for upwards < 
three years. Has received the War Medal with one Clasp for Talavera. 

68 Mttjor-General the Honourable H. E. Butler served the Egyptian campaign of 1801, wit 
tha 2nd battalion of the 27th, including the battles of the loth and 21st March, and has receive 
the Gold Medal from the Grand Seignior. Served also with the Portuguese army in 1810 ar 
1811, and was wonnded at the battle of Busaco. He has received the AVar IMedal with tw 
Clasps for Egypt and Busaco. 

69 Major-General Fleming served with the 31st regt. in Sicily, and part of the Greradir 
Battalion in Calabria in 1806, under Sir John Stuart. In Egypt in 1807 under General ila( 
kenzie Eraser, at the taking of Alexndria, and storming of Rosetta, when he obtained his con 
pany in action. Joined the expedition under Sir David Baird to Corunna, and served tl 
JPeninsular campaigns of 1808, 9, 10, and 11, including the passage of the Albercho v/ith tl 
advanced Brigade, the pursuit of IMassena. from Santarem, battles of Talavera, Busaco, an 
Albuhera (very severely wounded in the head) ; and commanded the light company of his reg 
ment, forming part of the advance, at the spirited affair with and retreat of the enemy froi 
Campo Mayor to Badajoz on the 25th March 1811. Served in the West Indies from 1813 1 
1819, including the expedition up the river St. Mary's to the Southern States of America ; i 
the East Indies from 1820 to 1823 inclusive ; and in Canada from 1829 to 1833. He h; 
received the Silver War Medal with three Clasps. 

70 Sir John Rolt served with the 58th m Egypt in 1801, and was shot through tl 
body in the action on the landing. Accompanied the expedition to Naples in 1805, and r( 
mained with that army until its arrival in Sicily. Served with the 2nd battalion in the Penh 
sula the latter part of 1809 and until Feb. 1810, when he was appointed to the Portugues 
service; present at the battle of Busaco, covering the operations against Ciudad Rodrigo, an 
capture of Badajoz. Commanded the 17th Portuguese regiment from April 1812 to the coi 
elusion of the war, including the actions of Berlanza and near Las Casas, battle of Vittori 
actions in the Pyrenees at Santa Barbara, 2nd Aug., and attack of Vera heights 7th Oct., batt 
of the Nivelle, battle and operations of the Nive on the 9th, 10th, lllh, 12th, and 13th De 
1813, battles of Orthes and Toulouse. From the period of landing in the Peninsula in 180' 
until the conclusion of hostilities in April 1814, he was never one day absent from his dut^ 
Gold Medal from the Grand Seignior for services in Egypt; the Gold Cross and one Clasp fc 
Vittoria, Nivelle, Nive, Orthes, and Toulouse ; and the silver War Medal with three Clasps fc 
Egypt, Busaco, and the Pyrenees. 

71 Major-General Bainbrigge served in the Peninsula in the Quarter-Master- General 
department from 1810 to the end of that war in 1814, and was present at the Lines of Torn: 
Vedras, part of the siege of Olivenca, siege of Ciudad Rodrigo, last siege of Badajoz, affiiir ( 
the Guarena, battle of Salamanca, part of the siege of Burgos, affair of Villa Muriel, retrei 
from Burgos to Ciudad Rodrigo, battles of Vittoria and the Pyrenees, part of the last siege < 
San Sebastinn, battle of the Nive, and actions nrar Bidart, Buasussary, and Villa Franqm 
actions of G arris, Tarbes, and Vic Bigorre, and battle of Toulouse. He has received the Wt 
Medal with seven Clasps. 

72 Major-Gcneial Napier served with the 52nd at the siege of Copenhagen and battle < 
Kioge in 1807. Aide-de-camp to Sir John Hope on the expedition to Sweden in 1808; an 
subsequently in Sir John Moore's campaign in Spain, including the retreat to, and battle o 
Corunna, In Sicily with the regiment until the autumn of 1810. Served afterwards in tb 
Peninsula on the staff, including the defence of Cadiz, battle of Fuentes d'Onor, 2nd siege ( 
Badajoz, battles of Salamnnca, Vittoria, Nivelle, and the Nive— including the various engage 
ments upar the Mayor's house— slightly wounded on the 10th Dec, and severely on the lit 
—lost left arm. He has received the War Medal with seven Clasps. ■ 

73 Major-General Thorn accompanied the Buffs to the Peninsula in Aug. 1808, where I 
served untd Jan. 1809. Returned to the Peninsula in June following, and commanded tli 



War ''Services of the General Officers. 23 

L'ht Company of the BufTs at the buttle of Tuhiveni. Kmploycd as uii otlicer of observntkn in 

liitremmluni from U'Jth Jan. to .Ird March 1810, from whiih period until the terminaticm 

uir in ISU, he served u4 Opputy-Asiistantt-iuarlLT- Master-General with the ^nd 

md wrti present at the battlo of Bumico, 1st birgo i)f Badaj.'Z, battle of Albuhera, 

.Vrroyo il? MoIihd and Alnoaruz, battles of Vittoria, the Tyniu'es, and Nivelle, battles 

vo on the "Jth and l.'Uh Dec. (woundid); action of Garris, battle of Orthes, action of 

battle of Toulouse. Embarked with the troops from Bourdi aux t) Canada in July 

11 Assistant. (2uurter-Ma?ter-Gtnetal, and was present at the atVair of I'lattsburg. 

'. d under him at Albuhern; another in the action at the Pass of Maya; and a third in 

of the l'3th Dec. 18l;J, luarBayonno. lie has received the Wiw Medal with ten Clasps. 

• ">! i >r-Gfneral Sewell was appointed Aide-de-camp to General Btresford and proceeded 

isli !l 1 xpedilion that left England in 18(i7. .loined the DuUc nf Wellington's army in Por- 

; »1 ,; l-^iif*. Was present with Sir .lohn Moore's army in its advance and in its retreat to 

■i;:.:. 1. Was with the Duke's licad Quurlirs through the Peninsular war as Aide-de cimp 

; I. r.l lloreiford, and was prtsentat the battles of t'oruiina, Talavera (actionson the Coa and 

lw\:. with the Light Divisiem), Busaco, the sieges of Ciudad Rodrigo, Badiijoz, and St. 

-'i-ti .11. battles of the Nivelle, Nive, before Bayonue (loth, llih, and 13ih Dec), Orlhes, and 

l.il ;••, besides Cavalry affairs and skirmishe.". Uad six horses killed or wounded under 

neral actions. Has received the War Medal with ten ("lasps. Served twenty years in 

I the Bre-ach of 1840 ; and is now a Miijor-General on the Staff at Madras. 
•r-Gcneral Darling served at the retluctien of Guadaloupe in 1810, and was severely 

I the left knee by a musket-shot in storming the heigbtj of Matauba. Proceedul t) 
ula, and joined the .Mst Light Infantry at Ca-tello Brunco, in May ISPi; engaged en 
< of San Christoval, the battle of Salamanca, and surrender of the Ketiro at Madiiel; 
■vith his regiment before Burgos; and after the retreat from thence he waj attacki d by 

■r. and sent to England for recovery, in May 1813. Kejointd the army on the heights 

r i;. .Nj-'-'mbcr f ISjwing, and was present at the battle of Nivelle, and the subseeinent 

; the heigLts of St. Pe-. Appointed Major of Brigade in Dec. 1813, and attacheil to 

rfjor-tiineral Hay's brigade in the Jth division, and was employed throughout the blockado 

ip opprations before Bayuiine. Appointed Assistant- Adjutant-Gtiicrul to the .'ith divisien in 

Aril '^1 1, and remained in e-harge of that department untd the embarkation of the division in 

I. On the renewal of the war in 181."), he was re-appointtd ti the staff as Assistant- 

lieneial, and attached to the 4th division, under Sir Charles Colville; employed wifh 

II in the operations connected with the battle of Waterloo, the storming of Cambriiy, 
ulatioii of Paris. He has received the War ^Icdal with three Clasps for Guadaloupe, 

■ 111 . :i, and Nivelle. 

" 7 Wm. Lewis Herrios accompanied the 0th Dragoons to South America in Sept. 1800, 

1 aj a Brigade-Major in the expedition against Bumos Ayres. Aid-j-de-caoip to Sir 

" on the Walchereii expedition in 18ii'.», and was actively employe d at the siege and 

Flushing. Accompanied Sir lid*ard Paget to Spain as his Aide-de-camp, in Juno 

i when Sir Edward was taken prisoner on the retreat from Burgos, Lord Wellington 

him a Deputy- (Quarter- Master-General, in which capacity he served until the end of 

1 1*^14, and was present at the battle of Vittoria, siege of San Sebastian, paseageof the 

the three successive elays' actions at the Mayor's House, in front of Bidart, where ho 

e shot under him. On the 14th of April 1814, whilst endeavouring with Lieut. Mooro 

ael W. G. Moore) to extricate Sir John Hope from his horse, which in the sortie from 

was killed and hud fallen upon him, he received a muoket-shot in the left knee, was 

ner with Sir John Hope and Lieut. Moore (both being weiundtd), and his left leg was 

i the next mnining. He has received the War Medal with four (Jlaspj. 

ir-(ienoral M'Doiiald's services. — Expedition to South America, and assault of 

.\yrc8; Peninsula, from Nov. 1808 to 1813, and in the South of France from March 

idMig the battle of Busu?o, Lines of Torres Vtdrai, affairs at Red nba, Pombal, and 

" Iiyor, first siege of Badaj /., battle of Albuhera, thirtl siege and assault of Badaj .z, 

■ Alva <l<; Tormcs, battles of Vittoria, the Pyrenees, 2")th (had two horses shot 

. , 3iith, and .".1st July, and Toulouse. Wounded in the head at-.d right thigh at the 

Bueii'js Ayres, .")lh July 18(i7; in the left leg and right groin in the Pyrenees 30ih 

I in the right shoulder an I lungs at the assault of the fortititd rock on the mountain 

.d surprising the enemy's p.)Sts in the valley of Bancu, I'yrenees, 2nd Oct. 1813. 

•eived the gold Medil aid one Clasp for Vittoria and the Pyrenees ; and the silver 

ill with four Clasps for Busaco, Albuhera, Badujoz, and Toulouse. 

T-General Paty served on the expedition to Copt nhagen in 1807. Served afterwards 

r.iiMula from June 1811 to the end of that war in 1814, including the siege and eapiure 

/., battle of Salamanca, retreat from Madrid to liurgos, battles ot Vittoria. the 

and Nivelle, battles of the Nivn en the Olh, 10th, ll(tM^2lh, and I3ih Dec. 1813, 

rious minor affairs. He has received the Mar Medal with six Clasps. 

1 James Hay served in the Peninsula and was present at the battles of Vimiera, 

.. Busaco, Fuentes d'Onor, Vittoria, Pyrenees, Nivcllo, and Nive, for which he has 

>^vi,id the War .Medal with eight Clasps. He served also the Waterloo campaign. 

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24 War Sei^vices of the General Officers. 

80 Major-General Wemyss served with the Walcheren expedition in 1809, and subst 
quently in the Peninsula as IMajor of Brigade to the 50th, 71st, and 92nd, from the formatic 
of that Brigade under Lord Howard in 1810, to its final embarkation at Bourdeaux in 1814 
and was present in the different affairs during the retreat to the Lines near Lisbon, actions i 
Pombal, Kisdinha, Fez d'Arouce, battle of Fuentes d'Onor, surprise of Gerard at Arroyo c, 
Molinos, storm of Fort Napoleon, and the bridge of Almariiz, action of Alba de Torme 
defence of Bejai-, battle of Vittoria (received the Brevet rank of INIajor), and the Pyrenees, i, 
Maya, Lesacca, and Dv^nua Maria (severely wounded), battles of the Nivelle, Cambo, NiV; 
St. Pierre (wounded J, Hellette, Garris, St. Palais, Tarbes, Airiverictte, Orthes, Aire, an.^ 
Toulouse, besides numerous minor affairs. Served also against the Kandians in Ceylon. B: 
has received the War Medal with seven Ciasps. 

81 Major-Genera! Gabriel was employed on the Walcheren expedition in 1809. Serve 
afterwards on the s'uuT in the Peninsuhi until the end of that war in 1814, and has received tl; 
War Medal and four Clasps for Busaco, Albuhera, Vittoria, and Pyrenees, and obtained tb 
brevet rank of ?.Iajor for the battle of the Pyrenees ; and that of Lieut.-Colonelfor form( 
services in the field. 

82 Major-General Thomai accompanied Sir James Craig's expedition to Malta and Naph 
in 1805, and served in Sir James Kempt's light battalion. Proceeded thence with the arm 
which took possession of Sicily ; served there four years, and was present at the capture ( 
the Islands of Ischia and Procida. Rejoined the 3rd battalion of his regiment (the 27th) i 
Escallio in the north of Portugal in April previous to the campaign of 1813, and having com 
mand of the light company, he was actively employed previous to and at the battle of Vittorii 
investment of Pampeluna, battles of the Pyrenees at the Pass of Roncesvalles, heights ( 
Linzoain, heig'uts above Pampeluna, storming of the French position on the 30lh July, an 
pursuit of the enemy until the 6th Aug. 1813 ; passage of the Bidassos, -heights above Yen 
In command of the light companies of the right brigade 4th division, he commenced the battle c 
the Nivelle by an attack upon the French advanced redoubt ; in storming their main position hi 
horse was killed under him; and in following them up drove them out of the village of St. Pe't 
He was also employed in the affiiirs at Garret's House and near Bayonne on 10th and 13th Dee 
and when the army v,-as put in motion to repel the enemy's encroaclimtnt upon our winter position 
also actively employed upon the heights of Bidash. Commanded the above-mentioned light com 
panics at the battle of Orthes, battle of Toulouse — the previous day to which he took possessioi 
of the bridge over the river Ers and the village of Croix d'Orade, which liad been captured b; 
a charge of the 18th Hussars. Next morning he moved off his post and covered the advanc' 
of the divisions upon Mont Blanc, and subsequently covered the flank movement of the column 
to turn the right of the enemy, and also the advance of the division till it crowned the height 
(horse killed under him) ; he then drove in the enemy's skirmishers, and took up a lino to cove 
the columns till night. After the termination of the Peninsular War he embarked at Bourdeau: 
with the Ist battalion 27th regt. for Canada ; was present in all the operations on Lakii 
Champlaiu, and covered the retreat from Plattsburg to Montreah He was afterwards present 
at the capture of Paris and served in France with the army of occupation. He has receivet* 
the Gold Bledal and two Cla.sps for Nivelle, Orthes, and Toulouse ; and the Silver War Medai 
with three Clasps for Vittoria, Pyrenees, and Nive. 

83 Major-General Rowan served with the .52nd in Sicil}', in 180G and 7; on the expedition 
to Sweden, in 1808; in the Peninsula under Sir John Moore in 1808-9; at Walcheren in 1809* 
including the bombardment and surrender of Flushing. In Portugal from 2Gth Jan. to 1st Jun« 
1811, including the action at Sabugal. Subsequently in the Peninsula and South of Franw 
from 10th Jan. 1813, to the end of that war in 1814, including the battle of A'^ittoria, passage C 
the Bida33oa, battles of the Nivelle, Nive, Orthes, and Toulouse, together with the intermediat( 
affairs. Served also the campaign of 1815, and was present at the battle of AVaterloo. Re- 
ceived the brevet rank of INIajor for the ba'.tlc of Orthes, and that of Lieut.-Colonel for formei 
services in the field. He has received the War Medal with six Clasps. 

84 Rlaj or- General Shaw Kennedy served with the 43rd at the siege of Copenhagen am' 
battle of Kioge in 1807. In the Peninsula from 1808 to 1812 inclusive, and was present at the 
action of the Coa, sieg;e and capture of Ciudad Rodrigo and of Badajoz, and battle of Salamanca, 
for which lie has received the War Medal with three Clasps. Served also the campaign of 1815 
including the battles of Quatre Bras and AVaterloo. , 

85 Lord Sandys accompanied the 10th Hussars to the Peninsula in 1812, and was present im 
the action at IMorales, and battles of Vittoria and Pampeluna. Served also the campaign oM 
1815, as an Aid«-de-camp to the Duke of Wellington, and was present at the battle of Waterloo.' 
Has received the Sdvcr "\^'ar Medal with one Clasp for Vittoria. 

80 Sir Thomas Henry Browne carritd the King's Colour of the 23rd at the siege of Copen- 
hagen in 1807. Accompankjd his regiment to America; thence to the West Indies, and was 
wounded at the capture of jVBErtini(|ne. Proceeded again to America, and thence to Poitugalin 
1811. He was appointed to the Siaff of the Adjutant- General in 1812, and \*as in the field at 
the battles of Salamanca, capture of Madrid and the Retiro, siege of Burgos, Vittoiia (where 
he was wounded in the head), the Pyrenees, Nivelle, the actions of the lltb, 12th, and 13th 
Dec. 1813, before Bayonne, Nive, Tarbes, Orthes, and Toulouse. On the escape of Napoleon 
from Elba, he was appointed Aide-de-camp to Lord Stewart (the present Marquis of London- 



H'r/r Services nf the Gcnertil 0/Jirers. 2-5 

Ty\ and scrrcd the i-iinpnioii of l>^i:> with him, at the hcail-(|ii!iricr3 of iho Austrian and 
Psiiiin armips. ITt> hoa received the War ^Icdnl with eight Clasps. 

■7 "Nliior-Gcnpriil Maclnchlan was honourably mentioned in Colonel Gillespie's despatch, for 
.1 at the suppression of the mutiny at Vellore in ISno, on which occ.ision he was tho 
•ff prcsrn', i;nd severely wounded. 

; r-Cimoral Nioolis with thirtsm volunteers in a boat of the Bltnchc frigate, boarded 

red, on the 'Ird Nov. 180.J, tho French armed cutter ^l/A/«'i from un'.lcT the ^um c.f 

ristio, St. Domingo, — in this nation he was severely wounded by a musket-ball, which 

•he abdomen, and coming out at his right side, lodged in the arm. ()nb<anl tho 

Jti .'.»,/ at the passage of the Dardanelles on the I'Jth Feb. 1S()7. On the SOth Juno 180?, 

nh II boats crew, he boarded and captured the Italian gun-beat Volpe luar Corfu. Presf nt at 

;1 redu.iion of the Island of .Vnholt in May ISd'J. Severely wounded at the attack on Fort 

Bwryer l.'>th Sept. 18U. 

R'.> Miijor-General -Vshworth served in the ")Sth on the expedition to Naples under Sir 

Ihjes Craig in 180.'> and (-, and was present at the battle of Maida and served the campaign in 

.labria. In lso9 he was at tho capture of tho Islands of Ischia and Troeida. He served aiter- 

(tds in the Toninsula with tho 2d Battalion of the ")8th, and was present at the battle of 

*iiii',oi, at the whole i>f the siege of Burgos and retreat from thence into Portugal; sub- 

. to which he served with the Army on the Eastern coast of Spain. Jn 1814-1.") ho 

I 'inadu; in Franc in 181.'); and in .lamaica in 1817. He has received the War Medal 

I !asp» for Mai la and Silamanca. 

" .■or-Geuoral lUlneavis proceeded under Sir David Biird to Corunna in 18{i8; from 

:.■ I > Lisbon, and was appointed Major of Brigade to Major-General \\. M'Jvenzic's 

: I ' . served throughout the whole of the war in Spain, and wis present at the battles of 

; and Basaco, retreat to the Lines of Torres Vcdras, occupation of them and subsequent 

battle of Fuentes d'Onor — for which he reciivcd the brevet rank of Major; siege of 

' drigo, covering tho siege of liadajoz, storming of Fort St. Michael, siege of Burgos, 

-^ ilamanca, capture of Madrid, and battle of Toulouse, at which battle he succcedod to 

.and of the •.rd battalion of tho i'7th regt. Embarked at Bourdeaux for North 

on arriving there he was appointed .Visistant-Qnartcr-^Lister-General, and was 

• the battle of I'iattsburg. Gave up his stalT situation and proceeded to New Orlean?. 

• the capture of Paris as .\ide-de-camp to Sir M^nhy Power, and served afterwards 
\rmy ot Occupation. Ue has received the War Medal with niuc Clasps. 
•r-Gcncral Whoiham served with the 40ih in Holland, in 1709. Also on tho 

1 to South .\aierica, and was severely wounded at the assault of Monte Video,— right 

tTtcd. 

■r-Gencral Goliie STved in tho Peninsula from March 1809 to Nov. IS I. 3, including 

-c of the Djuro, battles of Talavera, P.usico, .Vlbuhcra, ^'ittoria, and the Pyrerees, 

my other minor actions and skirmishes. Severely wounded in the Pyrenees em the 

18l.t, by a musket- ball which is still lodged in the lungs — this wound was long con- 

riaU lie has received the gold Medal for AlLubera, and the silver "War Medal wit 

;'S for Talavjra, Buta^o, Vittoria, ami Pyrenees. 

■r-General Iliggiuit n served with tho Greinidier Guards in Sicily in 18C'", in the 

in the north of Spa'u with Sir John Moore in 18ii8-9, and was present at the battle 

I. Went with the expedition to Wnlchercn in 1800. Joined his regiuiintin Portugal 

-. Old iidvanced with tho army into Spahi in 181.'t; commanded a detachment of tho 

L ui i IT Guards at tho itorming and capture of San Scboftiau, .Tlsl August in the fame year, 

' r i Iranre by the Fyrenrca, was present at the passages of the Nive-, the Nivrlle, and tho 

'.;0 during the investment of Bayonno. EnibarUed with his regiment at llourd) aux 

irmy l^ft France in 1814. A\'«nt with re-enforcementi to the Netherlands in Juno 

cd at Paris shortly after its capture, and retta'ned in France during tho three ^curs 

ipatie n by th« allied army. Ju 18.10 he waj appointed Aide-de-camp to Lord Hill, 

;.:nanJcr-in-chief, and centnued on his ttaff upwards eif twelve years, until his lord- 

• :^natie>ii of oftice from ill health. He has received the War Mfdil with four Clasps. 

I f>ir George Bowles served in tho north of Germany in I80.'> and 0, under Lord Cath- 

B^C Present at the »iege and capture ofCopfubagen in 18u7. In the I'oninsula from 1809 to 

I 4 ^px.ceniing tho winit-rs eif 1,<10 and 11), and was present at the passage of tho Douro ; 

'■■' *' Talarera, Salamanca, and Vitteria ; sieges of Ciudad Kodrigo. Badaj' z, Burgos, and 

tian ; capture of M«drid ; passages of the Bidassoo, Nivelle, Nive, and Adour ; and 

nent of lliyonne. Present ut the battles of Quatre Bras and Waterloo, and at tho 

Paris. He has recciv«d the War M< dal with six Clasps. 

r-Genoral IJunbury led the storming party at Forts Frederick and Z-^landio. as a 
. at the capture of Surinam in 1M)4. Srved the campaign eif 1k14 in Htdland, in- 
:i'> attacks onMcr.xem, and the bombardment of iho French fleet at .\ntwerp. Served 
■ American war. 

■r-titn'ral the Hon. Henry Cavendish servrd in the I'eninsula from July 1808 to 
■■ .u..i > l-io'.i, and was wounded through the wrist at the battle of Corunna, where be served as 
>«-de-c&mp to Lord William Bentinck. He has received the War ^\vi:\\ wi'h two Clasps for 
Biujuu and litutventc, and Coruuua. 



26 War Services of the General Officers. 

97 Major-General Godwin served with the 9th oa the expedition to the Ferrol in 1800 ; oi 
that to Hanover in 1805 ; and in Portugal from Sept. 1808 to July 1809, including the passage o 
the Douro. In 1810 marched with the light company in a flanlt battalion from Gibraltar t( 
the first defence of Tarifa. He was a volunteer with Lord Blayney from Gibraltar on the ex 
pedition to Malaga, and present at the attack on the fortress of Fuengarola. In 1811 hi 
proceeded again to Tarifa, in command of the two flank companies, to join the force under Lon 
Lynedoch, and was present at the battle of Barrosa, and severely wounded. In 1822 hi! 
embarked in command of the 41st for Madras. In 1824 he joined Sir Archibald Campbell wit) 
that regiment in the invasion of the Burmese empire, and served throughout that war, from thi 
landing and capture of Rangoon to the Peace in Feb. 1826. During this period he wa 
employed in six separate commands against the enemy. In October 1824 he embarked with 
force from Rangoon to capture the province of Martaban : he stormed its strongly fortified towr 
taking 32 pieces of heavy ordnance and other arms. On the 8th Feb. 1825, he captured the for 
tified position of Tantabain, taking 36 pieces of Artillery, and other arms. He was 
present at every action with the enemy (except those in Dec. 1824, when he was still employei' 
at Martaban), particularly at Sembike on 1st Dec. 1825, when in coramanJ of the advance^ 
guard he carried the front foce of the enemy's position. He co.namanded the 1st Brigade of th 
Madras division, and was twice thanked by the Governor- General in Council. He has receivei 
the War Mtdal with one Clasp for Barrosa. 

98 Mijor-General Robbins served in Sicily in 1806-7 with the 1st Brigade of Guards unde ■ 
Sir John Moore. Subsequently with the 7th Hussars in tlie Peninsula and France in th ; 
campaigns of 1813 and 14, including the investment and surrender of Pampeluna, the battles o ' 
Orth^s and Toulouse, with several intermediate affairs of outposts. Served also in Flander 
in 1815 with the 7th Hussars; was present at Quatre Bras, commanded a squadron of th 
Rear Guard in the aifair at Genappe, also at the battle of Waterloo v.here he was severely 
wounded. He has received the War Mtdal with two Clasps for Orthes and Toulouse. 

99 Major General Macneil served in Sir John Moore's retreat, and subsequently at Wal 
cheren in 1809; in Swedish Pomerania in 1813, in- Holland in 1814, including the attack o: 
Bergen-op-Zoom. Served also the campaign of 1815, including battle of Waterloo. 

100 Major-General Sutherland commanded the few troops on the Gold Coast in the successfi ' 
operations and actions against the Ashantees, whom he defeated and dispersed (about 20,00 
strong) in June and July 1824. 

101 JVIajor-General Rainey served with the 82nd at the siege and capture of Copenhagen i: 
1807; with Sir Brent Spencer's expedition off the coast of Spain, and at Cadiz on surrender c 
the French fleet; from thence joined Sir Arthur Wellesley's army at Mondego Bay, and w» 
a,ftertvards present at the battles of Roleia, Vimiera, and Corunna, also the retreat under SK 
John Moore. Accompanied the regiment to Walcheren in 1809, and was present at the sun 
render of Middleburgh, siege and capture of Flushing. Juincd the army in the Peninsula ij 
May 1812, and served as Aide-de-camp to SirThonaas Bradford during the siege of the Forts 
Salamanca, battle of Salamanca, capture of Madrid, siege of Burgos, and retreat therefrom' 
Served afterwards in the Portuguese service in advance through the Tras-os-Montes in 1813, 8' 
the battle of Victoria, actions of Villa Franca and Toloso, storm of the fortified convent in froDi 
of San Sebastian, at both the sieges and storm of San Sebastian, passage of the Bidassoa, battl' 
of the Nivelle, battles of the Nive on the 9th and 10th Dec— severely wounded : wounded also a ' 
thesifge of San Sebastian. Served in France with the Army of Occupation from the capitula 
lion of Paris in 1815 to the end of 1818. He has received the War Medal with eight Clasps 

102 Major-General the Honorable Charles Gore joined the 43rd in the Peninsula in Jul 
1811, and was present and one of the storming party of Fort San Francisco at the investmen 
of Ciudad Rodrigo ; also at the siege and storming of that fortress and of Badajoz, battle c 
Salamanca, as Aide-de-eamp to Sir Andrew Barnard ; and in a simihir capacity" to Sir Jame 
Kempt in the battles of Vittoria, the Nivelle, the Nive (9th, 10th, and 11th Dec), Orthes, __ 
Toulouse. He was also in the action of San Milan, capture of Aladrid, storming of the height 
of Vera, bridge of Yanzi, and all the skirmishes of the L^ght Division from 1812 to the ck 
of the war in 1814 ; after which he accompanied Sir James Kempt with the troops sent t 
Canada under his command ; returned to Europe in time for the campaign of 1815, and wa! 
first and principal Aide-de-camp to Sir James Kcoipt, and present at the battles of Quatre Bra 
(horse shot), and Waterloo (three horses shot), and capture of Paris. He has received the Wa 
jMcdal with nine Chisps. 

103 Major-General Walton served with the Coldstream Guards at the siege and capture c 
Copenhagen in 1807. Ho embarked for the Peninsula in 1S08, and served the campaigns o 
1809, 1810, and the first part of 1811; and was present at the passage of the Douro and cap 
ture of Oporto, the battles of Talavera and Busaco, the retreat to the Lines of Torres Vedras 
and the subsequent advance to the Spanish frontier. He served also in Holland, Belgium, __ 
France, from Nov. 1813 to Nov. 1818; and was present at the bombardment of Antwerp, th 
attack on Bergen-op-Zoom, the battles of Quatre Bras and Waterloo, and the capture of Paris 
He served 40 years in the Coldstream Guard*, and commanded the regiment upwards of six year 
He has receivt d the War Mtdal with two Clasps for Talavera aod Busaco. 

104 lAlajor-General Lewis served in Sir Richard Strachan's action, 4th Nov. 1805, Com 
manded a battalion of Marines in the American war, including the action at Bladensburg, attacl 
on Baltimore, and various ekirmishcs in the Chesapeak, 



War Services of I he d'ciieral Ojjiccrs. 27 

105 Mnjor-Genernl L:iwrcnce, prior to enterinc^ the Uoviil Murines, served four years and a 

falf in Midshipman in the Uoyal Navy. In 17!)'5 he served at Tnulon; landed at Fort La Malpuo 

tnd Fort Mulgravo during: the siogf. In 17'.M, at the capture of a French sc|iiadron of three 

•a and two brigs oft" Toulon. In ISd.'), battle of Trafalgar; the ship in which he served, 

sMus, lost 2<U( in killed and wounded. In I'^IO, at Caliz during the blockade, was the 

I iptiiiu of the expedition against Malaga. In IHU and l.», served olf New York on the 

vin' riL-an coast, until hostilities finally ceased. 

] 106 .Major-General Jones was at the defeat of the French fleet by Lord Ilowe, Ist June 1794 \ 

ind by Lurd Bridport, :i'> .June i;9.">. On beard La Rei-oluliotiaire when she captured the 

JJniU, 12th April IT'.iS. Wrecked olf IJrest in 1804, and detained n prisoner of war until 1814. 

I 107 .Mujor-General Connolly served in Lord Bridport's action, 2.'3d June 1705. In 17',tO served 

n the Mediterranean, including the evacuation of IJastia, capture of I'.irto Ferrajo, and destruc- 

• - f Martello Tower in St. Fiorenzo Bay. On board II. M. S. Excellent in the battle off 

^:. Vincent, 14th Feb. 17'.»7. Capture of Admiral I'errie's squadron ofY Toulon in 1798, 

iig of three frigates and two brigs. On board the Hannibal, in the battle of Algesiras, 

y ISOl, wounded and taken prisoner. On beard II. M. S. Penelope, in the action of! 

i; and Ostend, under Sir Sydney Smith, 16th May 1804. Present at the siege of Copen- 

ind capture of Danish flett in 1807, and at Nyebourgh in 1808. In 1812, on board 

Hamadrt/ad, when attacked by French privateers; debarked with detachments at Sche- 

ndtook possession of the Hague in 1814. During the above periods he has been very 

■-ly engaged with the enemy in affairs of gun-boats and batteries, &c. &c. He has re- 

. reward from the Patriotic Fund. 

Major-Genernl Shawe served theca-npaigns of 1810, 1811, and part of 1812, in the Pen- 
lacluding the buttle of Husaco. Served also in Holland and Ik-lgium from Nov. 1813 to 
■ri'.. i>14, andwas severely wounded at 15ergen-op-Zoom. Ho has received the War Medal 
nrilh three Clasps for Busaco, Fuentes d'Ouor, and Ciudad Rodrigo. 

lu.i Major-General Hcatty's services : landed at, the attack of Santa Cruz, Teneriffe, when Lord 
JNels )n lost his arm; battle of the Nile; siege of St. Jean d'Acre (wounded); was favourably 
'mentioned in Sir Sidney Smith's despatch. In ISu.T ho was at the capture of the Ilarmonie 
prit.iteor, and the surprise and destruction of Fort Dunkirk, Martinique. The publication of 
ilhe despatches connected with these events, in which he was most favourably mentioned, pro- 
cured him a patriotic sword of the value of 50/. Captain of Marines in the Couraqeur, at the 
/capture of the Marengo and Bdle Puule in March 1805; and in the Doueyal, Capt. P. Malcolm, 
jwhen the small sijuadron under his command attacked two French frigates under the batteries 
jOf La Ilogue, near Cape Barflcur, 10th November 1810. He has been engaged in other affairs 
fit minor imporiance, and waj selected for the duty of accompanying Sir G. Ccekburn with 
JNapoleon in the Aorlhuii'jerland to St. Helena. 

I Ho Major-General Parke was present in Duncan's victory near Caroperdown, 1 1th Oct. 1797; 
'commanded twocompanies of Marine Artillery in Spain in 1812, and three companies in America, 
i"rom l^l.■) to l8lt;, including the attack and capture of the entrenched camp at Hampton; 
besides the abive, he has been twelve times engaged with the enemy in boats and on shore. 

Ill Major-General Fane served in the Peninsula from Dec. 1812 to March 1814, including 

fK.. y. .ffie yf Vittorio, assault and capture of San Stbantian, and battles of the Nive on 9 and 13 

Served also the campaign of 1815, including the battles of (.^uatre Bras and \\aterloo, 

•rmer of which he was severely wounded. He has received the War Medal and three 

lor \'ittoria, St. Sebastian, and Nive. 

^ir Maxwell Wallace while serving at the Capo of Good Hope as Captain 2 Ist Light 

11", was sent in 1812 in command of a squadron ot that liegt. int(j Caffrariu with llrigadier- 

Graham's eipedition, which in seven months of hard and severe work drove the l^affres 

i^e Great Fish Kiver. Ho served also the campaign of 1815, and wai present in theactioD 

re Hrai, the retnat on the 17th Juno, and battle of Waterloo. On the ItUh June 1815, 

ipp'jinlfld, by Major-General lUron Dornberg, Orderly OlH'^er, to assist bis Brigade- 

i 'aptain liobais; the General's Aide-de-camp, Captiiin Krachenburg, being taken prisoner 

owing day, he took Kobais as Aide-de-camp, and named Captain AVallace, Acting- 

.. ._ . i.-Mjj r; and, Kobais being killed on the I8tb, the Djke of Wellington confirmed 

.Capuiu Wallaee on the Major-General's recommendation. 

I lU .Major-General the Hon. John Finch served the campaigns of 181.1 and 14 with the 15th 
Iliusars, and waa engaged at the battle of Vittoria («abre wound), Orthrs, and Toulouse, for 
which he has received the War Medil with three Clasps. He was alio present, although not 
ptrsonnlly engaged, at the battles of the Pyrenees anJ the Nivo. A-companied Lord Comber- 
mere tj India ai his Military Secretary, and wa$ present at the siege and cjpture of Bhurtpore. 
115 M'ijor-Gi'n( ral James Lindsay served on the expedition to Waloheren in I'^n'.i; at the 
defence of CaJiz in I8ll ; the Peninsular campaigns of 1812 and isl.i ; the subsequent cam- 
paign in Holland, under Lord Ljnedoch, incluiling the assault of B-.Tgen-op-Z'>()m, at which 
b« was severrly wounded. 

110 ilajor-tieneral Moore served in the IVninsulu with the 52nd and was present at the 
sieges ot Ciudad Uodrigo, ]ladaj<'Z, and St. Scbistiun, and at the battles of Salamanca, Vit- 
lor.a, Nivellc, and Nive, for which he has received the War Medal with seven Clasps. He was 
aUu at the repulse of the sortie from Dayoonc as .\ide-dc-camp to tiir Juliu Hope, and was 



28 Tier Services of (he General Officers. 

severely woundid and taken prisoner v.ith that general. He served also the Waterloo campaign 
on the staff of the Quarter-Master-General. 

117 Sir Henry Floyd accompanied General Sir "William H. Clinton to Sicily in 1811, and to 
Spain in 1813, a? bis Aide-de-camp, and was present at the battles of Biar and Castalla, siege 
and blockade of Tarragona, in conveying orders to Ordal, and subsequent blockade of Bircelona. 
Served also the campaign of 1815; with the 10th Hussars, and was present at the battles of 
Quatre Bras and Waterloo, and at the capture of Paris. 

118 Major-General Campbell served during part of the Rebellion in Ireland, in 1798 and 99, . 
and was present in the actions with the French and Eebels at Ballynsmuck, Granard, and 
Wilson's Hospital— woundrd in the band in 'the latter affair. Served in the expedition to 
Hanover, in 1S05-6 ; in Portugal in 1803 ; expedition to Yv'alcheren in 1809 ; part of the 
campaign;of 1815, includirg the surrender of Cambray and Paris. Appointed to the comm&nd of 
the 95th Regimnitin 18-31, and joinedit in the Mediterranean; landed with it in Irelandin 1835; 
embarked with it for CeyloB°in 183S, thence to Hong Kong in 1847 ; and returped to England 
in May 1848. He has received the War Medal with two Clasps for Roleia and Vimiera. i,"?! 

119 Major-General Cochrane landed with the first expedition to Portugal on the 3rd 
Aug. 1808,' and served in the Peninstila during the campaigns of 1808, 9, 10, 11, and part of 1812, 
including the battles of Roleia, Vimiers, Talavera, and Busaco, retreat to end occupation of 
the lines at Torres Vedras, pursuit of Massena on his retreat from the lines, action of Eedinha, 
capture of Campo Mayor, siege of Olivenra, first siege of Badajoz and repulse of the sortie 
from Fort San Christoval, siege and storming of Ciudad Rodrigo, besides various minor aftairs. 
He served for nearly two years in Canada during the American war, as Aide-de-camp to 
the Governor-General and Commander of the forces, Lieutenant-General Sir George Prevost. 
He has received the War 3Iedal with six Clasps. 

120 Jlajor-General Somerset served the campaigns of 1813, 14, and 15, including the battles 
of Vittoria, Orthes, Toulouse, and Waterloo. During a protracted service on the frontiers of 
the Cape of Good Hope, he held a command in the various arduous operations against the 
Kaffir tribes. He has received the War Medal with three Clasps. 

121 Major-General Wodehouse served in Portugal from May 180S to Dec. 1811, including the 
battle of Vimiera, campaign from Lisbon to Oporto, and battles of Busaco and Fuentos d'Onor; 
served the campaign of 1814 in the South of France, including the aftair at Tarbes and battle 
of Toulouse. He has received the Silver War Medal with four Clasps. 

122 Major-General Wetherall was in action with a squadron of French frigates in the Mozam- 
bique Channel in June 1810; in the attack of a squadron of French frigates in port S.E. of the 
Isle of France in July 1810. At the attack and conquest of Java in 1811, as Aide-de-camp to 
Major-General "Wetherall, for which he has received the War Medal with one Clasp. He was 
appointed a C.B. for his distinguished services in the suppression of the insurrection in Canada. 

123 Major-General Simpson served in the Peninsula from May 1812 to May 1813, including 
the latter part of the defence of Cadiz, and the attack on Seville. Served also the campaign of 
1815, and wa3 severely wounded at Quatre Bra«. He served as second in command to Sir 
Charles Napier during the campaign against the Mountain and Desert Tribes situated on the 
right bank of the Indus, early in 1845. 

124 Major- General Love served with the 52nd regt in the expedition to Sweden under Sir John 
Moore, and afterwards in Portugal and Spain, including the advance into Spain, retreat to, atid 
battle pf, Corunna, besides the different affairs on the retreat. Served afterwards in the Peuin 
sula with the Light Division, including the storming of Ciudad Rodrigo, and all the affairs and 
battles in which the Light Division took a part up to 1812. During the campaign in Holland 
under Lord Lyncdoch, he was present at the attack on the fortified village of iMerxem, and the 
bombardment of Antwerp. Present in the several affairs before New Orleans, and in the 
attack on that place, on which occasion he had two horses shot under him, and was slightly 
wounded in the arm b}' a rifle-ball. Served also the campaign of 1815, and received four severe 
wounds at the battle of Waterloo, when the 52nd regiment charged the French Imperial 
Guards. He has received the War Medal with four Clasps for Corunna, Busaco, Fuentes 
d'Onor, and Ciudad Rodrigo. 

125 .Major- General the Honourable George Anson served the campaign of 1815 with the Scots 
Fusilier Guards, and was present at the battle of Waterloo. 

126 Sir Duncan M'Gregor was actively employed in Sicily and Italy in 1806, including the 
skirmibhrs at St. Euphemie, battle of Maida, attack on Scylla Castle, and capture of Catrone. 
Campaiga of 1807 in Egypt, including the attacks in the Desert, and siege of Rosetta. Cam- 
paign in Holland in 1809, including the attacks and captures of Ter Vere and Flushing. Cam- 
paigns in the Peninsula during part of 1813 and 14. Capture of Corsica in May 1814. 
Wounded through the right shoulder by a musket-shot at Maida, for which battle he has 
received the War :\redal with one Clasp. 

_ 127 jSIajor-Gcneral Hamilton served with the 5lh Rogt. the campaign of 1799 in Holland, 
including the actions of the 19th Sept. 2nd and 6vh October. In 1805 he embarked for the ex- 
pedition on the Wcsrr, but was wrecked off the coast of Holland and made prisoner of war. In 
J806 he sailed with his Regt. on the secret expedition which eventually proceeded to Buenos 
Ayres, and was engaged in the attack on that city in July 1807, as also in all the skirmishes 
which took place before and after that battle. Alter the unsuccrsiful result of this campaign 
he became one of the hostages given up to the Spanish authorities. In Jan. 1808 he returned 



War Services of the General Officers. 29 

rrom S luth America ; anil in July following embarked with the "ith at Cork with Sir Arthur 
Wcllosloy's expedition to tlio reninsula, and was present at the battles of lioleia and Vimiera, 
M aUo on thf retreat to and battle of ('ornnno. Jn isii'.i he accompanied his Regiment to 
Walcheren, and was present at tlie successful attack on the French outposts at Fluthing, 
drivinp; them within the fortress : on the 7th Aii;:;u8t he commanded the line of out-pi(iuet» in 
front of KUishin^ when the French made thoir most desperate sortie, against which he held his 
eround against a very superior force; on this occasion he Inst a leg. Ho has received the 
Sdrer War Medal with three Clasps for KoUia, Vimiera, and Cornnna. 

I'.'S Sir James Dmnis served with the 4',ith oq board II. M. S. ^Tflt^ar^h, at the battle of 
t^oponbiigrii in isol. and was wounded in both hands and contused : from his nautical know- 
l<»dg.^ derived from prior service in tin- Navy he was enabled to render an important service 
iuring this action, by fishing the cable, which by misapprehension of orders had been nearly 
:ut thr)ugh by a seaniJU. Served in the last American war, including battle of <2uecn8town 
^wounded), storming of Fort George r horse shot), action at Stimey Creek (wounded in two 
places with musket balls, and also contused by having his horse shot, wliich fell on him), and 
jctionofthe Kipidsat Hoop'.es Creek. Commanded a division at the battle of Maharajpore, 
J'.ith Dc'c. 1S4:? (a Hron/.o Star\ for which he was appointed a K.C.B. Sir James received the 
Brevet rank of Major for hi< services at Ciueonstown, on which occasion he commanded that 
post during the operations which took place prior to the arrival of General Brock. Sir James 
has received the Naval War MeiUl with one Clasp for Copenhagen. 

12'i Mnjor-Genetal Bt>ntinck served in the Peninsula with the Coldstream Guards, and was 
•rounded at Birrosa, for which battle ho has received the Wur Medal with one Clasp. He 
served also the campaign of ISl."), and was present at Waterloo. 

l.U) Major- General Buumgardt was present and served during the whole of Generals Lord 
L«ko and Sir G. Hewitt's campaigns in India in If^n:?, 4, 5, and 7, including the battles of 
Liswarree, Futtighur, and several minor actions; the sieges i>f Agra, Dheig, Bhurtpore, and 
llattras. Served during the whole of the Mahratta campaign in 1S17 and ix. Suppressed a 
very serious insurrection in Bombay, when Commandant of that Garrison in IS'i t. Served 
ilso. during the Affghanistan campaign in Is.iS and IS'iO, and commanded the storming columns 
igsinst the fortress nf Khelat. He has received the Medal with two clasps for India. 

I'll Sir R>bert Nickle served with the SSth in the action of the InA July 1807, before Buenos 
Ayres; volunteered and led the Forlorn Hope on the .Ith July, and was very severely wounded, 
ind his pirty all either killed or wounded. Served, with the exception of about five months, 
during the whole of the Peninsular war from ISO',) to the embarkation of his regiment, the 88th, 
in 1*^14, at Hiiirdeaux for North America, including the passage of the Douro, battles of 
Talarera and Uusaco, second siege of Bidajoz, the retreat and advance of the army to and from 
the Lines at Torres Vedras, battle of Vittoria, sortie from I'ampeluna, battles of the Pyrenees, 
Nivelle, Nive, and Orthcs, actions of Vic Bigorro and Tarbes, and battle of Toulouse (very 
ierercly wounded), independent of a great many skirmishes of advanced and outposts. Served 
iflerwards in the American war in the alTair of Plattsburg, where he led the advance across the 
Sirinac River, and was wounded. Upon the breaking out of the insurrection in British North 
America in the winter of \^'\'J, Sir Robert Nickle volunteered his services there. He has 
received the Gold Modil for Nivelle, and the Silver War Medal with seven Clasps for the other 
battles. 

112 Major-Gcneral Falconar joined the filst Regt. at the Cape in February 1801, and accom- 
panied it to Egypt, joining General B;iird's army at Cosier — crossed the Desert with it, and 
remained with the Army of Egypt until l>*n3. In 1804 and 180.") he served in the campaign in 
Italy under Sir James Craig. Served with the 7f<ih Highlanders the campaign of IHOfi in Italy 
onder S.r John Stuart— at the battle of Maida, siege of Si-yllo, capture of Catrone, &c. In 1807, 
the campaign in Egypt, including the attack en the fortifieil hel,^hts and forts of Alexandria, 
lit nffuir at lake Elcho and Elhamet, investment and siege of Rosetfa, actions at Rosctta and 
Elhamet 21»l .\pril. Served the campaign of 1 HI 4 acd 1 8 1."» in Holland and Flanders— com- 
manded L gilt Ii/aiitry 7fili at both attacks of Merxem, attack of French at Brescat, and bom- 
bardmout of Antwerp. Ihn received the Egyptian Gold Medal; also the Silver \\'i\r Medal with 
two Clasps for Egypt and Maida at which last battle he had a horse shot under him when acting 
as Aide-de-( -imp to General Acland. 

ITi Sir Richard England served at the siege and capture of Flushing in 1809; and subae- 
qaeutly on the Staff of the Adjutant-General with the army in Sicily in 1810. He was employed 
in all the operations of the Catfre war on the eastern frontier of the Cape of Good Hope in IH.t.-i 
and .tfi; and he commanded a division of the army in S.indo and in Atfghanistan in 1>^4 1 and 
*l, and wa< engaged in several affairs with the enemy in the advance by the Bombay column, 
and in its retreat from Camlahar. 

l.»4 Miijor-General Middlcton served in the West Indies with the Royal?, in I'^O") and 6 ; on 
the Maff with the army which proceeded from Madras to the Northern Mahratta country bc- 
yriid the Ncrbudda River, in l>-ii9 and Hi; with the 2Jnd Light Dragoons in .lava during 1811, 
12, and 1.1, and was present at the aff lirs of the 10th and 2Ut, and at the cavalry charge which 
finally seltlnl the conquest of that valuable Inland <n the 2i".th Aug. l^^l 1, after the Fortress 
ami Lines of Cornelis h.A been furc<d. Employed nlio at the taking of I ijoejocarta, and all 
the subsequent operations which took place on that Ldand under the gallant Gule»pie. A\'ai in 
the field with the 22nd L'ght Dragoons in 1 = 15 and 16, and during the whole of the Mahratta 



29a War Services of the General Officers. 

war of 1817, 18, and 19, and was present with the division of the late Sir Thomas Munro at the 
capture of the Forts of Daumul, Dorwar, Bedamme, Belgaum, and Shallapore, at which last 
place be was severely wounded. He has received the M'ar Medal witli one Clasp for Java. 

135 Major-General Macintosh served in the Peninsula with the 3rd Dragoon Guards from Aug. 
1812 to the end of that war in 1814, including the retreat from Madrid to Salamanca, and action 
at Alba de Tormes, retreat to Ciudad Rodrigo, and action at San Munos, passage of the Tormes 
above Salamanca, and attack on the French rear-guard under General Villate, action at Hormasa 
before Burgos, battle of Vittoria, investment of Pampeluna, action at Tarbes, attack on the 
French cavalry rear-guard at St. Gaudens, and battle of Toulouse. He has received the War 
Medal with two Clasps for Vittoria and Toulouse. 

136 Lord Hotham served in the Peninsula with the Coldstream Guards from April 1812 to 
Feb. 1814, with the exception of a short absence in consequence of a wound received at the 
battle of Salamanca. Sarved also the campaign of 1815, and was present atthe battleof "Waterloo. 
He has received the War iNIedal with four Clasps for Salamanca, Vittoria, Nivelle,and Nive. 

137 Major-General Patcrson served with a corps of Cavalry as a volunteer in the Rebellion in 
Ireland in 179S. He served the Egyptian campaign of 1801 in the 28th Eegt. and was present in 
the actions of the 8tb, 13th, and 2lst March, as also at the capture of Grand Cairo and Alexandria. 
In 1805 he accompanied Lord Cathcart's expedition to the Continent. He served in the 7"th in 
the Peninsula and South of France during the campaigns of 1811, 12, 13, and 14, Including the 
affair at El Bodon, siege and capture of Ciudad Rodrigo and of Badajoz, investment of Bayonne 
and repulse of the sortie, besides various skirmishes, ^^'hen the rebellion broke out in Canada 
in 1837 he volunteered his services, which were accepted. Served five years in the West 
Indies. He has received the Gold IMedal from the Grand Seignior for the Egyptian campaign, 
and the Silver War I\Iedal with three Clasps for Egypt, Ciudad Rodrigo, and Bidajoz. 

139 Major-General Wright's services:— Engaged in most of Lord Nelson's attacks on Rota 
and Cadiz in 1 797 ; battle of the Nile; campaign of Naples in 1799 ; surrender of Ovo and Novo, 
Fort St. Elmo, Capua, and Guata; cutting out of the Guiep at Vigo ; Egypt in 1801; and battle 
of Algiers iu 1816. 

140 Mjjor-General Everard's services: — Expedition to South America, including taking of 
Maldonado; actions previous to, and assault of Monte Video, where he commanded the Forlorn 
Hope. Campaign and battle of Corunna. Expedition to Walcheren, and siege of Flushing. 
Commanded 14th regt. at the siege of Hattras, 1817. Commanded Flank Battalion in the cam- 
paigns of 1817 and 18, under Lord Hastiugs. Commanded 14th Regt. at the siege and assault 
of Bhurtpore, 1826. Ho has received the War Medal with one Clasp for Corunna. 

141 Major-General Bisshopp's services: — Campaign and battle of Corunna ; expedition to 
Walcheren; campaign in the south of France; capture of Bhurtpore in 1826. He has received 
the War Medal with one Clasp for Corunna. 

142 Sir Wm. Robert Clayton accompanied his regiment, the Royal Horse Guards, to the 
Peninsula in Oct. 1812, and commanded a squadron at the battles of Vittoria, the Pyrenees, and 
at the period when Marshal Soult attempted to relieve Pampeluna. In 1815 again accompanied 
his regiment to the Netherlands, and was at the battles of Quatre Bras, Genappe, and Waterloo. 
He has received the War Medal with one. Clasp for Vittoria. 

143 Major-General Hon. G. Cathcart served the campaigns of 1813 and 14 in Germany, 
as Aide-de-camp to Lord Cathcart, and was engaged at Lutzen 3rd May, Bautzen 20th and 
2l8t May, Dresden 28th Aug., Leipsic 16th, 18th,'and 19th 0>3t. 1813, Brieune 1st Feb., Bar- 
sur-Aube, Areis 21st March, and Fere Champanoise 25th March 1814. Served also the cam- 
paign of 1815, as Aide-de-camp to the Duke of Wellington, and was present at the battles of 
Quatre Bras and Waterloo. 

144 Major-General Spink served with the Light Company of the 12th Regt. in several actions 
in the Travancore war. East Indies. Severely wounded through the leg when leading a night 
attack against the enemy's position at St. Mary% in the island of Bourbon. Present also at the 
capture of the Isle of France, where his company armed with rilles formed the advance imme- 
diately on the disembarkation of the troops, aud with which he was constantly engaged with 
the enemy during the three days march on Tort Louis. 

145 ISIajor-General Jackson served in the Peninsula, from April 1809 to the end of the war in 
1814, including the battles of Oporto, Talavera, and Buaaco; action at Redinha, battle of Fuentes 
d'Ouor, first siege of Badajoz, action at El Bodon, siege aud capture of Ciudad Rodrigo, siege 
and capture of Badajoz, battles of Salamanca, Vittoria, Maya Pass, Pampeluna, 15ih July, 
Pyrenees, 30th July, Nivelle, Nive, and Bayonne. Present at Waterloo, and with the army of 
occupation in Franco. Served in India and Arabia from 1819 to 1826, including the capture of 
Beni-Boo-Ali, as Military Secretary to Sir Lionel Smith, and for which service he was recom- 
mended by the Marquis of Hastings for the rank of Lieut.-Colonel. He has received the War 
Medal with nme Clasps for Busaco, Fuentes d'Onor, Ciudad Rodrigo, Badajoz, Silamanca, Vit- 
toria, Pyrenees, Nivelle, and Nive, 

146 Major-General Mansel served with the lOth in the Mediterranean; subsequently with the 
53rd in the Peninsula, and was severely wounded at Toulouse, for which battle he has received 
the War Medal wilii one Clasp. 

147 Mijor-General Bradsbaw's services:— Expedition to Madeira, in 1807; expedition to 
Walcheren, 1809, including the landing at Ter-Vere, siege and bombardment of Flushing ; 
Peninsula from June 1811 to the end of the war, including siege, assault, and capture of Ciudad 



]\'ur Services of t. lie (reneral Officers. 296 

I Tloilrigo and Bidaju/.; operations on the BiJiisioa and Adour, blockade of Bayonno, and rcpulso 

of theiorlie. lie liMn-crivnl the War Mtdul witli two ("hups for Cimlad U'ldrij^o and Bidojo/. 

U.'' Mujor-Gonoral .John Driimmond served in the r.nin.sula with iho Ci'ldstream Guards 

from January IS 13 to thn end of that war in 1814, and has received the War Medal with three 

Clasp* fr»r the battles of Vittorlu, the Nivclle, and the Nivo. 

H'J Mijor-Gencral Frteih served in the Peninsula and France from ^lay 180'.) to Jan. 1814, 
and was present at the following actions and sieges; vi/. : — Fuentes dOnor, capture of Ciudad 
Rodrigo and Bidajoz, bnt'les of Silatnanca, Birgos, Vittoria, and Pyrenees, near Pamplonn, 
Nivelle. and Nivo, fjr whi.-h he has received the War Mi'ilal with C'ght Ciaips. 

1 "lO Major-Genoral Jolm Leilie was at the fakin;^ of rravancore in 1S08; and at the capture 
of B )urbon and the Isle of France in 181i>: after wliich he served in Java and was present in the 
engagement-s of the 10th, :22nd, and 26tii Aug. 1811. lie served also in tlie I'indnree war in 
1S17, and with the .\rray of Occupation in France, lie has received the War Medal with one 
Clasp for Java. 

l.')l Major-Gcneral dies served in India under Lord Lalte the latter part of 1804 and the 
campaigns of ISn") ami C. On tlie termination of the war in India ho returned to England ; was 
promoted to a compmy, and cinh.irked for Spain ; served thecarapaiga of 1808'.» under Sir John 
Aloore, including the action at Lugo and retreat to Corunna. Accompanied his regiment on 
the expedition to the Scheldt in It^OO ; landed at Walcheicn ; wa-< present at the siege and 
surrender of Fiu.-iliinjj, and remained with the force on the island until it was evacuated. Joined 
the army under the Duke of Wellinston in the Peninsular in 1813, was present at the passage 
of the Bidassoa. the battles of the Nivelle and Nive, the passage of the Adour, the investment 
of Bayonne and repulse of the sortie. Marched to Bourdeaux and embarked for North 
America in 1 S 1 4, was present at the passage of the Saranao and the action of Plattsburg. Served 
in Canada till the lattir i>art of 182(> when he was jiromoted to a Lieut.- Colonelcy unattached. 
Has received the Sdver War Medal with three Cia.-ps for Corunna, Nivelle, and Nive. 

152 Major-General Buckley served in the Peninsula with the Grenadier Guards, from March 
1S13 to the end ol that war in |sl4, including the passage of the Bidassoa, buttle of the Nivelle, 
and investment of Biyonne. Served also the campaign of 181.5, and was present at the battles 
of (^uatre Bras and Waterloo, and taking of Peronne. He has received the War .Medal with 
two I'lasps for Nivelle and Nive. 

I.').? Sir Richard Doherty surved at the capture of Martinique in l§oo, and of Guadaloupe ia 
l**!", and has received the War .Medal with two Clasps. 

lit Major-Creneral Byam served the campaigns of 1812, 13, 14, and 15, including the battles 
of Salamanca, Vittoria, Orthes, and Waterloo, besides minor alfiirs. Severely wounded by a 
grape-shot while carryin:? the regimental colour of the "iSth at Salamanca, and slightlj 
wounded at Waterloo. lie has receive<l tlie War Medal with tiirio Clasps. .Major-General 
Byam's first commission was an ensigncy in the 38th, with which Regt. he served two cam- 
paigns, all his other commissions and the rest of his service wa^* in the ITuh Hussars. 

l.')5 .Major-General Prendergast served in the Peninsula with the Scots Fusilier Guards from 
Dec. is 1 1 to March IS 14, and was present at the battle of Silamanca, capture of Madrid, siege of 
Biurgo* and retreat fr >m thence, atT.iir at Osma, battle of Vittoria, sieges of Bidajoz, and Sin Se- 
bastian, attack at S'_ Jean deLuz. battleof the Nive, passage of the Adour, investment of Bayonne, 
siege of the Citadel, and repulse of the sortie. Ho has received the War Medal with four Clasps. 

, l.")t", .Majrir-Gencral Yorke !'er\ed in the Peninsula with the 52nd and was present at the battles 
of Iloleia, Fuentes d (Jnor, Silamanca, Vittoria, Pyrenees, Nivelle (wounded), Nive, and Orthes 
(severely wounded), and at the sieges of (Jiudad Rodrigo and Budajnz (wounded), for which he 

' has receive 1 the Wiir Medal with ten Clasps. He served also the Waterloo campaign, 

l-'iT Sir John Rowland Eustace served in Upper Canada the campaigns of 1813 an<l 1814, 

i in command of u troop of the lUth Light Dragoonj iittachtd t > the division of the army under 

' the immedate command of General Sir Gord'ii Drummnnd, and wai engaged in the buttle 
of Lai\d v*8 Lane near the Fulls of Nnigara on the 23d of July 1814, and commanded the whole of 
the cavalry outpo»ti and piquets dirin.; the siej^e, was present at the storming of Fort Erie, 
aii'l had the honour to hi personally mentioned in the general ord?rs of 1814 upon three different 
ocoasicjiis. Acompanied the 1st battalion of the Grenadier Guards to Lower Canada in 1838, 
and was present with his regiment in the advance upon Napierville, and in the subsequent pur- 
suit of the insurgentH. 

l.')S Major-General Berkeley Drummond served in the 3rd Guards, the campaign of is 1 4 in 
Hollind, including the storming of Hergen-op-Zoom. Also the campaign of isi."., inclu<ling the 
battles of t^uatre IJras and Wuterlo<i. 

l.>;t Sir fc<l»arJ Cast joined the Duke of Wellington's army prior to the advance fmm Por- 
tug&l in ISII, and continued with it up to the cantonments on the Adour in lsl3. having been 
present with th» 14th Light Dragoons at the battles of Fuentes dUnor, Silamanca, Vittoria, 
the Pyrenees, Nivelle, and Nive, investment ol Ciudad Rodrigo, siege of BAdajoz, and generally 
in all the affairs of that period, until he quitted the Duke's army on promotion. He has 
received the \\ ar Medal with .seven Clasps. 

It'll) .Mi.j>r- General Daly served with the 21th on the expedition t'l Egypt in ISOl. In April 
ISO.") ho embirked with the .Itith regU for B.>mbay, and he oraniande'l lour companies of the 2nd 
batUlion employed in l-^O'i, with a division in the field under < ' .lonel Walker, at the storming 
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War Scrvicen of the Colonels. 

1 Sir Dayid Ciinynghame served the campaign of 1793, including th« ftctions at Famava, St. 
Aainnd, and Lincellcs (stTcrcly wounded); also the siege of Valenciennes. Taken prisoner in 
the action at Oitfnd in May K'tS. 

3 Colonel the Honourable Alexander Abercromby served the campaion of 17',)i» in IloWand, 

' af a volunteer with the Oiind ; with the rji'nd on the expedition to the Ferrol in 18(M); in Sicily 

in l~iitj and 1807, as Aide-de-camp to Sir John Moore. Proceeded to the Peninsula in 1801t, 

mmanded the I'Slh tt the battle of Busaw, and in the Lines before Lisbon; a brigade at 

■•.le of Albuhcra; the 2Sth at Arroyode .Molino and Almaraz; and was Assistant-Quarter- 

r-Guieral at the battles of Viltoria, the ryrenees, and Orthcs. He served also the cam- 

■if 181."). in the same capacity, and was present at the battles of Quatre JJras and Waterloo, 

.g of Pcronnp, and capture of Paris, He has received the Gold Cross for Albuhera, 

: I, Pyrenees, and Orthes. 

^T Hubert Cbambre Hill served on the Continent in 1701 and OJ. Emb.arked with the 

i s for the Pminsu'a in Oct 1812. Soon after his arrival in Lisbon, was ordered to take 

:n Hid of the Household Brigade of Cavalry, which he commanded at and for some time after 

.'tie of Vittoria, for which he haj received the Gold Medal. Present also at the actions in 

renees; and subsequently with Lord Hill's Division until after the battle of the l-Uh Dec. 

• ar Bayonnp. Served also the campaign of 1815, in command of the regiment, including 

uon on the 17lh Juno, and battle of \Vaterloo, where ho was severely wounded. He has 

d the Silver War Medal with one Clasp. 

- r William Cox served at the re-taking of Grenada in 1790 ; in Egypt in 1801 ; employed 

.. I'articular service in Spain in lSus-9, and was present in the action at Lugo, and battle of 

(■ ri;;.)ia. Commanded the fortress of Almeida, from .iVpril I8(i;» to the 27th August 181u, 

" • ■ . by the unfortunate explosion of its magazines, he was obliged to surrender it to the army 

Marshal Massena. He has received the War Medal with one Clasp for Corunna. 

loncl J. I'. Hamilton served as a Cornet in the Scotch Greys in the army commanded by 

ike of York in lianders and Holland during the campaign of 1794, and was present in 

tion near Cateau, and subsequently at the siege of Nimeguen — having previously to the 

teen promoted to a Lieutenancy in the Greys by the Duke, for conveying very important 

hcs, under diUicult and jierilous circumstances, to the I'rince of Orange, then command- 

•• Dutch Army. In May IHl.'! ho commanded a battalion at the battle of Castalla, and in 

ue year was stcond in command in the attack and capture of the fortress of Balaguer in 

nia. In the spring' of 1814 he joined the Duke of Wellington's army as Lieut.- Colonel 

• - ird regiment. 

ilonel Burslem served at Toulon in 1703, and was present in the various actions there 

;terwanU at Corsica. Employed as Assisttnt-Quarter-Master-General at the taking of 

Me of France in l^ln; ar.l as Deputy-Quarter-Master- General at the conquest of Jara 

I'l -11 (including the attack of Comelis), for which he has received the Gold Medal. 

- I olonel Gtuntlctt was actively employed against the Maroons in the West Indies. Served 
al? . the campaign in Ej^ypt. 

•.' C'donel Woodgate emb.arked with the Jth battalion of the COth on the expedition to Por- 

t'JCi! in 1MI8 undir Sir Arthur Wellesley, and was present at the battles of Kolei", Vimiero 

Tal.ivora, and Busaco; action at Sabugal, battle of Fuentes d'Onor (wounded), siege of Budajoz 

in 1-11; action at El Bodon, siege and capture of Ciudad Rodrigo. He has received the Gold 

Mrdiil for Funites d'Onor, and the Silver War Medal with five Clasps for Uoleia, Yimiera 

'ra'.i\cra, Bufaco, antl Ciudad Uodrigo. ' ' 

lo Colonel I'atrickson servi-d in Ireland with the 0th Dragoons during the Rebellion in 1798- 

■• : - '7 he served with the 4'Jrd at the siege of Copenhagen and at the battle of Kioge ; in' 

' in Spain, under Sir John Moore. Served afterwards in the P. ninsula (a great part of 

■no in command of the rcgimf nl) from Sept 1809 to the end of that war in 18 U (except 

,- two short intervals when he was ordered to England to command the 2nd bat'alion) 

: :ig the a-lien of the C-a, battle of Busaco, Lines of Torres VVdras, aclitns of Rcdinha' 

Vrouce, C^ndeixa, and Sabugal ; battles of Fuentes d'Onor, \'ittoria, and Toulouse. He 

ceived the Gold .Medal fer Toulouse, and the Silver War Medal with three Clasps for 

, Fuentes d'Onor, and Vittoria. Embarked for America in Oct. Isu and commanded the 

t the attack on New OrKans. Joined the Army in Flanders on the 16th of June 1815 

ij present at the capture of Paris. ' 

t olonel Thorntcn served in the Penin«ula. and commanded tho -inth regiment at the 

H of Talavern. Nivelle (severely wounded). Orthes, and Toulouse, f.r which he has 

cd tho Gold Cross. Ho was also present at the battles of Rolcia. \iiniera, Busaco and 

If i'\ renees, for which he has received the Sil\er War .Medal with four Clasps. ' 



44 War Services of the Colonels, 

13 Sir John Milley Doyle served the Egyptian campaign of 1801, including the aotions of the 
8th, 13tb, and 21st of March, captures of Grand Cairo and Alexandria, together with the other 
operations of that campaign. Ssrved afterwards in the Peninsula from Feb. 1809 to the end of 
that war in 1814 — either in command of a regiment of Portuguese or a brigade— and v.a« pre- 
sent at the action of Grijon, passage of the Douro, battle of Pueutes d'Onor, first tiege of 
Badajoz, sipge and assault of Ciudad Rodrigo, battles of Vittoria, the Pyrenees, Nivelle, and 
Orthes. Sir John has received a Medal for services in Egypt from the Grand Seignior ; the 
Gold Cross and one Clasp for Puentes d'Onor, Ciudad Kodrigo, Vittoria, the Pyrenees, a'id 
Orthes ; and the Silver War Medal for Egypt, Nivelle, and Nive. 

14 Colonel John Hamilton served the Egyptian Campaign of 1801 with the Coldstream 
Guards. Accompanied a detachment of that regiment to the Peninsula in March 1810 ; and in 
April was appointed Deputy- Assistant-Quarter-Master-General at Isla de Leon. Went to 
England in Warch 1812; rejoined the regiment in the Peninsula in July 1813, and L-erved there 
until the end of that war in'l814. He has rtceived the War Medal with two Clasps for Barrosa 
and the Nive, 

15 Colonel Raikes served with the Coldstream Guards on the expedition to Hanover in 
1805-6 ; and at Copenhagen in 1807. Embarked with the regiment for the Peninsula, 31st of 
Dec. 1808, and served there until 26th of January 1812 ; and again from August 1812 to 16th 
?.Iay 1813, and was present at the battles of Talavera, Busaco, and Fuentes d'Onor, for which 
he has received the War Medal with three Clasps. 

17 Colonel "Ward served in the Peninsula, and has received the Gold Medal and two Clasps for 
Salamanca, Badajoz (severely wounded at the assault), and the Pyrenees ; and the Silver War 
Medal with one Clasp for Busa,co. 

18 Colonel B'ake served wiih the 20th Dragoons at the capture of the Cape of Good Hope in 
1806 ; proceeded from thence to South America, and was in the action at Maldonado and siege 
of Monte "Video. Served in Portugal in 1808 and 9, including the battles of Roleia and 
Vimicra (Gold Medal); also at the passage of the Douro. In Sicily in 1810 and 11; subse- 
quently on the eastern coast of Spain, including the battle of Castalla, and action at "Villa Franca. 

19 Colonel Jodrell served in Sicily in 1806 and 1807. He went to Cadiz in March 1810, and 
remained there till April 1811, having been present at the battle of Barrosa. In Sept. 1812 he 
joined tiie Duke of "\V'e)lington's army in the Peninsula, and served there until the end of that 
y/ar in 1814. He has received the War Medal writh three Clasps for Barrosa, Nivelle, and Nive. 

20 Colonel Henry Dawkins served in the Peninsula with the Guards, from Feb. 1810 to the 
end of that war in 1814 : Major of Bngade from June 1810, including the battle of Fuentes 
d'Onor, siege of Ciudad Rodrigo, battle of Salamanca, siege of Burgos, battles of "Vittoria., Ni- 
velle, and Nive ; passage of the Adour, blockade of Bayonne and repulse of the sortie, on which 
last occasion he was severely wounded. Served also the campaign of 1815, including the battle ■ 
of Waterloo. He has received the War Medal with five Clasps. 

24 Colonel Fielding Browne accompanied the 40th to the Peninsula in July 1808, and was 
present at the battles of Roleia, "Vimiera, Talavera, and Busaco; on the retreat to, and at the 
occupation of, the Lines of Torres Vedras, siege of Badajoz, in May 1811, and repulse of the 
sortie from Fort San Christoval ; actions of ElBodon and Aldea de Ponte, siege and storming 
of Ciudad Rodrigo, siege and storming of Badajoz, action at Canizal, battle of Salamanca, cap- 
ture of Madrid, and subsequent retreat therefrom. Served also on the expedition against New 
Orleans. Commanded the regiment at the battle of "Waterloo. He has received the Gold 
Medal for Badajoz (having commanded the regiment at the assault) ; and the Silver War Medal 
with t-cven Clasps for the other battles and siege. 

25 Colonel Cbilders served with the 11th Dragoons at the Helder in 1799; the Peninsular 
campaigns from May 1811 to the end of that war in 1814, and has received the War Medal 
with' two Clasps for Salamanca and Vittoria. Also the campaign of 1815, as Major or Brigade 
to Sif John Yandclour, including the battle o" Waterloo. Cornmandtd a brigade of Cavalry 
at the biege and capture of Bburtpore, under Lord Combernicre. 

20 Lord Elarringt^.n v.as employed in South America in 1807, and was present at the attack 
on Baiuos Ayres. Served also in the Mahratta war ©f 1817 and 18, including the battle of 
Mahcidpore, and storming of Talneir. 

27 Colonel Alexander Higginson served the campaign of 1808-9, including the battle of Co- 
runna ; the expedition to Walchtren in 1809 ; and the Peninsular campaigns of 1812, 13, 
and 14. lie has received the War Jiledtil with three Clasps for Corunna, Nivelle, and Nive. 

28 Colonel Allix served in the Peninsula with the 1st Guards (part of the time as Adjutant 
and as Brigade- Major) and was present at tlie battles of Corunna, Salamanca, Pyrenees, and 
Nivelle (sf'vertly wounded), and a' the siegej of Ciudad Rodrigo and Badajoz, for which he has 
received the "War Modal with six Clasps. He served also the Waterloo campaign. 

29 Colonel Broolfe served in tlio Peninsula with the 1st Guards and was present at the 
biittks of Corunna, Nivelle, and Nive, for which he has received the War Medal with three . 
Clasps. 

30 Sir John Morillyon Wilson served as midshipman in the navy for nearly six years. He 
was employed on the coast of Ireland during the rebellion in 1798 ; in the expedition to the 
Helder in 1799, and Eg}'pt in 1801, where he received a medal from the Capitan Pasha for 
having saved the lives of a boat's crew belonging to a Turkish man-of-war. He received three 



Wfir Services of the Colonels. 45 

wonnds while (i midshipman j and the last was a severe \«ound on the head, which produrcd 
total deafnrs*, in consequence of which he was invalided, and quitted the navy in 18(i". His 
health being restored, ho entered the army in lMi4 ; and served in the third baltnlion K >yfils at 
Wuli'henn in ISH'j, whire he w;n twii-c wouiiikd during the siege of Flubhiiig. llo u.uiwardg 
served in tht> Peniusulu, unii win in the batilea of Busnco, the retreat to tlie lines of Torres 
Vedra*, and ut the aolions of PomI) d, Ri>dinbfl, Condt-ixa, Cacal Nova, Foz d'Aroucr, and S ibugal, 
the blockade of Almeida, ond bcittlo vf Fuentes d'Ouor. In 1812 he joined the 2nd bnualioa 
Royols in Canada, and wa» in the attack made ou Smketl's Harbour, and Gn at S iilus (^wtiere 
he nceived a severe bay«met wound). Ho was also in the actions at Black Rock, IJuffalo, and 
the battle of Chippewa, in which he received eeven wounds, and being left on the field of battle, 
be fell into the hands of the enemy. Daring his career in the two professions be rrceived 
thirteen wounds, and has two balls still lodgtd. The brevet rank of Major, and that of Licu- 
'■• nt-Colonel was conferred upon him for his conduct at Buffalo and Chippewa. Sir John boS 

• i the War Mednl witii two ("lasps for Busaco and Fiieiites d'Dnor. 

Colonel Gordon served in the IVninsula with the jrh Dragoon Guards and was present at 

itt'e of Silamanca, for wliicli he has reoeivrd the Wur Medal with one Clasp. 

CoKnel William I)rumni.>nd's services i—rminsular campaigns, from 18u'J to 181-2, in- 
ug the battUs of Busaco and Fuentes dOuor, the retreat to the lines of Torres Vtdias, 
. ubspqueut advance from thence. Campaign of 1814 in Holland, including the bomhard- 

■ f Antwerp aod storming of Bergen-np-Zjom. Campaign of 1815, including the bitiles 
_ : lire Braj and Waterloo. R ceived the rank of Brevet Major for his conduct at \yatirloo. 
t IS rcciived the Silver War Medal witii three Clasps. 

i Colonel Snodgrass accompanied the o2nd to Sicily in 1806 ; to Sweden in 1808 ; from 

t!.. iico to Ibo Penin^ula, and was present during Sir John Moore's advance and retrtar,, and at 

t i I'.tle of C Tunna. StTvcd afterwards in the Peninsula and was present at the pursuit of 

I na from Santarem, action of Sabugal, battle of Fuentes d Onor, action near Guinaldo, 

and eapturo of Ciudad Rodrigo, and action of San Munos. Appointed Major in tlie 

iguese service, 24th Nov. 1812 ; ci>mmanded a corps of 400 Grenadiers at the battle of 

na, and in the acti'-ns of Villa Franca and Tolota. Volunteered and commanded the 

ling party that assaulted and carried the Convent, Redoubt, and other outworks at San 

-tian (wounded). Volunteered and commanded the detachment of the 10th Portuguese 

1' that stormed the small breach of tho same place on the aist Aug. 1813— having p-e- 

ly, by entering the river at night, discovered a ford under the walls, through which he led 

. tajhmcnt. Present when the army crossed the Bidassou. Commanded the 1st Cd<;adoro8 

■ battle of Nivelle, battle of the Nive on the 9th, lOrh, and llth Dec. (wounded on the 
, and battle of Orthes, where he was severely wounded in the head. He has received the 

I Cross for San Sobattian. Nivtlle, Niv»». and Orthes; and tlie Silver War Medal with four 
s ti>r Corunna, Fuentes d'Onor, Ciudad Hodrigo, and Vittoria. 

Colonel Bilvaird served in the Penin.sula with the Rifle Brigade, and has received the Gold 
il and a Clasp for the battles of the Nivelle and Nive; and the Silver War Medal with six 
I . . ji, for Busaco, Fuentes d'Onor, Ciudad llodrigo, Badajoz (»evcrely wounded), Salamanca, 
ai.'i Pyrenees. 

■> Colonel Harris served the campaign of 1808-9 as a Deputy-Assistant-Quarter-Master- 
I General to Sir David Baird's Division, and was present at the principal operations of the army, 
I and at the batil<! of Corunna, for which he has received the War Medal witli one Clasp. 

30 Colon- 1 Thomas Wildmau served with the 7lh Hudsars in tho campaign of 18U8-9 under 
Sir John Mooie, and was prenent in the cavalry engagrments at Mayorga, Beuevento, and 
j throughout the retreat to Corunui. Subsequently in the IVninsular eampaijini of 181.3 and 14, 
j iufilufin^ the investment and mrrend.r of Pampeluna, the battle of Orthes an 1 intermediate 
• affairs. Served a'.to the catnpa'gn of ISl j as Aide-de-camp to the Earl of Uxbtidge, including 
I the action at Qaatre Bra», rctriat ou the i;th, and battle of Waterloo, at which lasi he was 
ili^htly wounded. Ho bus received the War Medal with three Clasps for Benevente, Orthes, and 

.. >U80 

Gdonel tho Honourable Frederick M. Cathcnrt served as Aide-de-camp to the Commander 

no Forces in the expedition sent to the North of Germany in 1805-C under General Lord 

' ii;art; and on the expedition sent to tho IgUnd of Rugen in the Baltic, to co-operate with 

ti.. i\.ing of S^'iden in 1807; and subsequently in the sami- year at the siige and oipiure of 

; • nhagen, on which occasii n, Veing sent home with the dfiputchi'S, be w.is promoted to ft 

p in the 2Jth Light Dragoons. He continued to serve as Aide-de-camp to Lnrd Caihcart 

ig the camp.tigns of 1813 and l.su in Germany and France, and was ptvsent at the battles 

I. linn 3rd .May, BauUen 2orh and 21»t May, Dresden 28th Aug., Leipzic ICih, I8ih, and 

Oct. 181.3. Bfienne let Feb., Fere Cbnmpenoise 2.')th March, and capture of Paris 31>t 

\-h 1814. In 1815 ho was aUo employed in the tame capacity at the head-quurters of the 

I Army under .Marshal Prince Schwurtz< iibirg. 
> Colonel Siandibh has receivid the Silver War Medal with one Clasp fur EgypL 
• I Sir Gwrgo Couper was Assistant-engineer at Copenhagen; Captain in the 92nd with Sir 
J i!iu Moore's army in Sweden and Portugdl; Aide-de-camp to Lord Dalhousie in Waluherea; 
Ut Aide-de-camp to Sir H. Clinton in the Peninsula in 1811 and 12, to Lord Dalhousie from 



46 War Services of the Colonels. 

1812 to the end of the war, and was present in all the actions in which they commanded 
Divisions during those periods. He was Assistant-Quarter-Master-General with the army in 
the Gulf of Mexico in 1814-15. Sir George has received the War Medal with four Clasps for 
Badajoz, Salamanca, Vittoria, and Pyrenees. 

40 Colonel Richardson served with the Royal Horse Guards in Spain and Frnnce from Dec. 

1813 to the end of the war in 1814, and lias received the War Medal with one Clasp for Toulouse. 

41 Colonel Charles Wyndham served in the Peninsula with the 10th Hussars and was present 
at the battles of Vittoria, Orthes, and Toulouse, for which he has received the War Medal with 
three Clasps. 

42 Colonel Payler served in Sicily in 1806 and 7; the campaign of 1808-9, under Sir John 
Moore; and subsequently in the Peninsula under the Duke of Wellington, including the battle 
of Fuentes d'Onor, siege of Ciudad Rodrigo, and battles of the Nivelle and Nive, for which he 
has received the War Medal with four Clasps. 

42t Colonel the Honourable H. Hely Hutchinson joined the Army in the Peninsula on the 
12th July 1811, and was shortly afterwards appointed to a Troop in the 4th Portuguese 
Cavalry, but was employed principally on the Statf until the conclusion of the War in 1814. 
He was present in most of the affairs in which Lord Hill's Division v/as engaged, particularly 
at the surprise of the Bridge of Almaroz ; and he was one of the tirst who gave information 
that the French had passed the Tormes. He served also the Waterloo campaign. 

43 Colonel Barlow served in India under Lord Lake, during the campaigns of 1803, 4, and 5, 
and was present at the siege of Deig, battle of Futtyghur, siege of Bhurtpore, and battle of 
Afzalghur, Served also at the captures of Bourbon and the Isle of France in 1810. 

44 Colonel Keane served with the 23rd on the expedition to the north of Germany in 1805 ; 
in Portugal and Spain under Sir John ]\Ioore, including the retreat to, and the battle of, Corunna. 
Served afterwards in the Peninsula with the 7th Hussars, and as Aide-de-camp to Sir Hussey 
Vivian, from November 1813 to the end of the war in 1814, including the battles of the Nive, 
Orthes, and Toulouse. Also the campaign of 1815 in the same capacity, and was present at 
the battle of Waterloo and capture of Paris. He has received the War Medal with four Clasps 
for Corunna, Nive, Orthes, and Toulouse. 

45 Colonel Lane served with the 15th Hussars during the campaigns of 1813, 14, and 15, in 
the Peninsula, France, and Flanders, and was present at the battle of Waterloo, also at the 
battles of Orthes and Toulouse, for which he has received the War Medal with two Clasps. 

46 Colonel Madox served the campaign of 1815 with the 6th Dragoons, and was present at 
the battle of Waterloo. 

47 Colonel Higgins served in Ireland during the Rebellion in 1798. In 1806 he was at the 
landing and taking of Maldonado, in South America ; at the affair of San Carlos, in which he 
was slightly wounded, and had his horse shot; also at the siege and taking of Monte Video. 

48 Colonel Macadam landed in Portugal 1st Aug. 1808 with the 9th, and served throughout 
the whole of the Peninsular war, including the battles of Roleia and Vimiera, passage of the 
Douro, defence of Tarifa, affairs on the retreat from Burgos in 1812, siege and storming of San 
vSebastian (twice wounded, and commanded the false attack on the breach on the night of the 
29th of Aug.), passages of the Bidassoa (shot through the body) and Adour, several affairs con- 
nected with the investment of Bayonne, and also the repulse of the sortie, besides a variety of 
minor aflairs, and other desultory services during the Peninsular war. Proceeded to Canada 
with his regiment, and served the campaign of 1814. He has received the War Medal with 
four Clasps for Roleia, Vimiera, Vittoria, and St. Sebastian. 

49 Colonel Dobbin served with the 19th in the Travancore war in 1809 j at the capture of 
the Kandian territories in Ceylon in 1815. Also actively employed at the head of the Grena- 
dier company throughout the Kandian campaign of 1818, and received the thanks of Sir Robert 
Brownrigge on three occasions in general orders, for a series of services against the insurgents. 

50 Colonel I^Ielville Browne served as Aide-de-comp to Sir Brent Spencer in the battles of 
Roleia, Vimiera, Busaco, Fuentes d'Onor (for which lie has received the ^Var ]\Iedal witli four 
Clasps), and the different alfairs during the retreat of Massena from Portugal. Served also at 
the siege of Flushing in 1809, as Aide-de-camp to General Gore Browne. 

51 Colonel Le Blanc served in the Peninsula with the 4th and was present at the battles of 
Corunna, Fuentes d'Onor, Salamanca, and 'Vittoria, and at tlie sieges of Badiijoz, and St. Sebas- 
tian (severely vvoundod at the assault and capture), for which he has received the War Medal with 
six Clasps. He served also the Waterloo campaign, 

52 Colonel riorton served in tlio Peninsula with the 71st and was present at the battles of Ni- 
velle, Nive, Orthes, and Toulouse, for which lie has received the War Medal with four Clasps. 
He served also the Waterloo campaign. 

53 Colonel Riddlcsden served in the Peninsula with the Royal Horse Guards and was present 
at the battles of Vittoria and Toulouse, for which he has received the War Medal with two Clasps. 
He served also the Waterloo campaign. 

54 Colonel James Fleming served in India, Bourbon, and at the capture of the Isle of France. 
56 Colonel Iloggc served the campaign in Calabria under Sir John Stuart and was present 

with the 20th at the battle of Maida. lie served afterwards in the Peninsula with the 20th and 
was present at the battles of Vimiera (wounded), Corunna, Vittoria, Pyrenees, Nivelle, Nive, 
Orthes, and Toulouse. He has received the War Medal with nine Clasps. 



War Services of the Culonels. 47 

■ : Colonel Stistod lerrcd in the rcninsula with the 1st Royal Dragoons, from June 1811 to 
the end of that war in 1814, ami lias received tlio War .Medal with two Clasps for Vittoria and 
Toulouse. 

5S Colonel Salwpy served the campaigns of 1813 and 14, with the Coldstream Guards, and 
was present at nearly all the actions ui the Pyrenees, tho crossing of the Hidassoa, capture of 
St, Jean do Luz, battle of the NivoUe, heights of Midart, crossing the Adour, investment of 
Bayonne, and repulse of the sortie. He has received tlic War Mctlal with two Clasps. 

5'J Cjlonel Divyor served ou the SlHlfof the late Marquis of Hastings, Commander-in-Chief 
in India, and was present during tho Nepaul war, at the reduction of the Province of Kimaoon, 
and the storming of Almoruh. Ue served also throughout the Pindarrec war on tho StafiP, 
n he had charge of the communications of tho combini'd armies. 

I Colonel Taylor served in the rcninsula with the uth, from Aug. 1808 to Teb. 1813, and 

II from (Jet. 1813 to the end of the war in 1814, including the battles of Vimiera (wounded), 
.L-o, Salamanca, retreat from Burgos, action of Villa Muriel (wounded;, and repulse of the 

; ;io from Bayonne. lie has received the War Medal with four Clasps for Vimiera, Busaco, 
tes dOiii r, and Salamanca. 

Coloni 1 Davics served in tlio Peninsula wiih the J2nd and was present at the battles of 
.tos d'Onor, Salamanca, Vittoria, and tiie Pyrenees, and at the siege of Badajoz (wounded), 
viiich he has received the War Medal vvitji live Clasps. 

- Sir Henry Wyatt served the campaigns of 1814 and 15, with the 1st Life Guards, and was 
; r. sint at the battle of Toulouse, and capture of Paris. He has received the War Medal with 
Clasp. 

Colonel Fraser served in tho Peninsula with the 24th, from June 1809 to June 181'}, in- 
.iiigthe action at Foz d'Arouce, battle of Busaco, battle of Fuentes d'Ouor, on .'^rtl and 5th 
. . . sirge of Ciudad Rjdrigo, covering the sici^.^ of Badajoz, battle of Salamanca, capture of 
Ma IriJ, and siego of Burgos, where ho was at the taking of the Horn Work, I'Jth Sept.; and 
he led the storming party to the breach formed by the mine on the 4 th Oct. Employed in 
the field throughout tho whole of the Kandian rebellion in Ceylon in 1317 and 18, as Aide-de- 
camp t) the Commandt^r of the Forces. He lias received the War Medal with four Clasps. 

04 Sir Henry Fairlax served in the Peninsula with tho Rifle Brigade in 1312, on the retreat 
from Madrid, and in the atfair of San Munos. 

6.5 Colonel Chattrrton served in Portugal, Spain, Flanders, and France, from 1811 to 1818, 
includmg the aftairs at Fupnto Guinaldo, and Aldea de Ponte ; the sieges of Ciudad Rodrigo, 
and Badajoz ; actions at Usagre, LIcrna, Salamanca, Heights of San Christoval, Rucda, Castra- 
jon, to the battle of Salamanca ; affairs at Tudela, Valladolid, and Celada del Camino, to the in- 
Teslment and sit go of Burgos ; the actions at Monasterio, Quintana Palla, Venta del Pozo, and 
Cabczjn, upon the retreat from Liurgos to Silamanca ; thence the out-posts at the passage of 
the Huebra, to ('iudid Rodrigo. Upon the advance of the army from Portugal, tho action at 
Oima, battle of Vitioria, actions at Villa Iranca and Tolosa, to the siege and capture of Saa 
Sebuitiuii. The actions on crossing the Hidassoa, and carrying the enemy's fortified entrench- 
ments. The battle of the Nivelle at St. Jean de Luz, at Anglet, and in front of Bayonne, battle 
of the Nive, passage of the Adoiur, and investment of Bayonne; occupation of Bordeaux, passage 
of the Garonne, and atVair at Etauliers upon tho passage of the Uordogne, battles of tiuatre 
Bras and Waterloo, the advance to and capture of Paris, and with the army of occupation in 
France. He has received the M'ar Medal with four Clasps for Salamanca, Vittoria, Xivelle, 
ap.d .Vivo ; and the onler of .Sau Fernando. Heceived the commands of her Majesty that lie s.liould 
. 1 aud bear the tircal Banner on the occasion of the Funeral of the late ilhi.-:trious iJuke of ^^'el- 
• u, iu consideration of his lontr, faithful, and di»tingui.-hed services in her Majesty's army. 
CjJonel Vandcleur served in tho Peninsula, with the 71st Light Infantry and afterwardi 
Willi tho iJih L'ght Dragoons tiid was present at the battles of Futnlcs d'Onor (severely 
wounded), Vittoria, Pyrenees, Nivelle, and .Vive, for which he has received tho War Medal 
with five Clasps. He served also the Waterloo campaign. 

07 Lord llowden served as Aide-de-camp to his Grace the Duke of Wellington during the 
years 1817 and 18, to the close of the occupation in France. Emplo3-ed by Government on a 
special missiiin, and wui present at the battle of Xavarin in 18J7 (wounded, aud mentioned ia 
Commander-in-chief's despatch); siege of Antwerp in 1832 (woundsd); campaign in .Spain, in 
Navarre and Bistjue Provinces, in 18.34. 

CS Colonel Douglas served at the capture of tho Danish and Sftedish West India Islands in 
18t)l. On the expe-dition to tho north of Germany in IStO and 6. Peninsular campaigns from 
Feb. 1812 to Mirch 1814, including the battles of Salamanca, Viltcria, ai d tho P; rentes (27th 
to 31st July); siege of Sun Sebastian from 24th Aug. to the 8lh Sept., and battle of Nivelle. 
Uo has received the gold crois for Sutamanca, Viitoria, P)rences, and Nivelle, having com- 
manded a field battery; and the silver War .Medal with one i.'laip for St S bastian. 

0) Colonel Loacellts served with tho Ut Rent, of Guards in the Ptninsula in 1813 and 1814, 

and has received the War Medal with two clasps for tho battles of the Nivelle and the Nive. 

lie serred also the campaign of 1815, including the bat'.hj of Quatro Bras and Waterloo, and 

taking of Peronne. 

7o Colonel Charles Stuart Campbell »ervcd in Egypt with tbo JCth in 1801 j in Portugal and 



48 War Services of the Colonels. 

Spain in 1808-9, including the battle of Corunna, where he commanded the piquets of his brigade. 
Expedition to Walcheren and siege of Flushing in 1809. Served also in the Peninsula from 
1811 to 1814, and commanded the 3rd Portuguese Kegt. at the battle of Vittoria, as also at the 
siege and assault of San Sebastian — severely wounded in the thigh at the assault, the ball still 
j.emainiDg. He has received the gold Modal and one Clasp for Vittoria and St. Sebastian; and 
he silver War Medal with one C.'asp for Corunna. 

71 Colonel Gascoigne served in the Peninsula from July 1813 to May 1814, including the 
passage of the Bidassoa, battles of the Nivelle and Nive, and the investment of Bayonne. 
Served afterwards in the American war, and was present at the battle of Bladensburg and cap- 
ture of Washington, where he was severely wounded. He has received the War Medal with 
three clasps for San Sebastian, Nivelle, and Nive. 

72 Culoael Lovell served at the taking of Monte Video under Sir Sam. Auchmuty in 1807, 
and subsequently in the Peninsula, including the battles of Talavera, the Coa, Busaco, Fuentes 
d'Onor (wotinded), Salamauca, Vittoria, the Pyrenees, Nive, Orthes, and Toulouse ; actions or 
skirmishes near Talavera. Sexruiro, Val de la Mula, Li Sleares, Freixeda, Guarda, Coimbra, 
Valle, Vanda de Sierra. Pombil, Eadinha, Miranda de Corvo, Coa, Galligos, Nave d'Aver, 
Espiga, near Fuentes d'Ouor, Llerana, near Silaoianca, St. Ghristoval, Rueda, Cistrillos, Fon- 
castin, Matylla, at Burgos, Osma, Huarte, Pampeluna, Vale de Bastan, Pass of Maya. Lines of 
Ainho, Cambo Hasparren, Helite, Garris, Sauveterre, St. Gladie, Buelho, Garliu, San Roman — 
total, tea general actions, forty minor a jtions or skirmishes, b sides attending seven sieges ; and 
was at the siege of Oporto, buin;^ one of the Military Reporters under Lord William Russell. 
He has reaeived the War Medal with eleven Clasps for Busaco, Fuentes d'Onor, Badajoz, Sala- 
manca, Vittoria, the Pyrenees, Nive, Orthes, and Touloase. 

73 Oolmel Army tage served in the south of France with the Coldstream Guards from March 
to July 1814. 

74 Colonel Gierke served with the old 94th at the defence of Cadiz, and also until the retreat 
from Santarem was closed at Fuentes d'Ooor, having been present in the actions of Redinha, 
Condeixa, Foz d'Arouce, and Sibugal. Joined the 77th (also in the Peninsula) on promotion, 
and served with it ia the action of El Bodon. sieges and assaults of Ciudad Rodrigo and Bidajoz, 
includinof the storming of Fort Pianrina. Saverely wounded in the leg at the storming of the 
castle of Badajoz. He has received the War Medal wi'h three Clasps. 

75 Colonel Wallace served the campaign of 1815, and was present at the battle of Waterloo. 

76 Sir James Schoedde served the Egyptian campaign of 1801. Served also in the 
Peninsula from 1808 to the end of the war, inulading the battles of Roloia. Vimiera, Talavera, 
Busaco, Fuentes d'Onor, sieges of Ciudad Rodrigo and Badajoz, battles of Silamanca, Vittoria, 
Pyrenees, Nivelle, Nive, Orthes, and Toulouse, besides numerous minor actions and skirmishes. 
He has received a gold Medal from the Graud Seignior for the Egyptian campaign ; the gold 
Medal for Nivelle ; and the silver War Medal with fourteen Clasps for the other battles and 
sieges, and for Egypt. Commanded a brigade in China (Medal) at the attack and capture 
of Chapoo, Woosung, Shanghai, and Chin Kiang Foo. 

76t Colonel Reed served the campaign of 1815, and was present at the battle of Waterloo. 
In 1846 he commanded a Brigade of the Army of the Sutlej and was wounded and had a horse 
killed under him at the battle of Ferozeshah (Medal). 

77 Colonel Clarke Kennedy served in the Peninsula from Sept. 1809 to Sept. 1813, including 
the battles nf Fuentes d'Onor and Vittoria. (for which he has received the War Medal with two 
Clasps), besides various afPairs of outposts; received two wounds at Waterloo. While leading 
his squadron in a successful charge against the Count D'Erlon's corps at Waterloo, perceiving 
iin Eagle to the le% he changed the direction of his squadron, and ran the officer through the 
body who carried it. The Eagle belonged to the 105th French Regiment of Infantry, and is 
LOW deposited at Chelsea Hospital. 

78 Colonel Broke aocompaniod the 52nd on the expedition to Copenhagen in 1807; and the 
following 5 ear on that to Portugal, and was present at the battle of Vimiera, the advance into 
Spain and retreat under Sir John Moore. In 1809 he served on the Walcheren expedition. In 
1811 he joined the Light Division on the retreat of Ma^sena from the lines of Lisbon, and served 
in Spain till the end of the war. In 1812 he joined Sir Henry Clinton, as Aide-de-camp, at the 
siege of Burgos, where he was shot through the langs; was afterwards present at the battle of 
Orthes. He perved with the Army of Occupation in France from 1815 to 1818 as Aide-de-camp 
ti) Sir Henry Clinton. He has received the War Medal with four Clasps for Vimiera, Salamanca, 
Nive, and Orthes. 

79 Colonel Craigie served with the 2nd Battalion 52nd Light Infantry the campaign of 
1813-14 in Holland under Lord Lynedoch, including both attacks on the fortified village of 
Merxem — in the latter of which he led the advance party of Major Gen. Sir Herbert Taylor's 
Biigadc. In May 1841 be embarked at Cahnitra in command of the 55th Regiment for Chini 
(iMedal) and served with the Expeditionary Force under Lord Gough till the end of the War, 
and was senior Field Officer serving wjih the iurce in the iit'ld and consequently second in 
command from the period of its sailing from Hong Kong in August and during the whole of 
the active operations which took plice during the following five months. He commanded a 
Brigade or Column of attack at the assault and capture of the fortified cities of Amoy, Chuian 



If^ar Services of the Colonels. 49 

(Sad capturp) — on which occofiion it happened that the whole of tlie engngemeiit devolved 
up»>n his Brigade— and Chinhac. Subsequently, when the Head Quarters of the force pro- 
ce«ded to the Yoaiig-tze-Keaiig, he was appointed by Lord Crougli to the responsible com- 
mind of the Isliiml of Chusan, which ho held fur eight months until the return of the Force 
after the treaty of peace had been ^igned at Nankin. For hiti conduct on the above ocoasioni* 
( a^ stated in Lord Gough's dosputchis) he was promoted to the rank of Colonel and appointed 
an Ai.Ie-deCorap to the t^uren and a Companion of the Buth. 

Colonel Morris served in the American war with the 4!Hh, find was present at the various 
■-ions at Fort George, and at the actions of Stoney Creek and Piittbburg. Aecompanitd the 
. nt on the China expedition (Medal), aud commanded a brigade at the storming and capture 
heights above Canton, for which si rvice he was made a C.B. Cimmandtd a bri'^.tde at the 
; and capture of the city of Amoy, and at the second capture of Chusan. Commanded 
litre column of attack at tha capture of the heights of Chiuhao. Commanded the f'Tce at 
1 ■, and repulsed the enemy with great slaughter in their attack on that city. Commanded 
ido at the attack and cap'turo of the enemy's entrenched camp on the heights of Segoan, 
itt'ick and capture of the city of Chapoo, and at the attack and capture of the enemy's 
n at Woosung. 

t'i>lon"l Boldero serveil with the Grenadier Guards at Cadiz in ISIO and 11; in the 
ula in 1812 and 13; in Holland in 1814; and the campaign of 1815, in which he served 
:. - \ jutant at the battles of Quatre Bras and Waterloo, and at the taking of Peronne. He baa 
1 wd the War Midal with one Clasp for Barrosa. 

( olonel Pennefiuher co-nmanded the Infantry Brigade at the battle of Meeauce (Medal), 
19 shi>t through the body: ho was also at the destruction of the Fort of Imaunghur. 
I olonel Mountain served as Deputy-AJjutant-Gencral (und head of the department with 

• e) throughout the war in China (medal), and was present at the first capture of Chusan, 
ng of the heights and forts above Canton, action of the 30th ^lay, taking of Amoy, 2nd 

-■' of Chusan, storming of the fortified heights of Chinhae, txUing of Ninjpo, and sortie 

repulse of the night attack, action of Tscke, capture of Chapoo (three severe wounds), 

! and capture of Chin Kiang Foo, and investment of Nanking. In the campaign of 

'. he commanded, as brigadier, the 4th Brigade of the Army of the Punjaub at the passage 

'! Chrnab, and in the battles of Chillianwallah and Goojerat ; and us Brigadier-General, 

the Bengal Infantry Division of Sir Walter Gdberts force, at the passige of the .Tlielum. 

' 83t .Sir Ord Honyman served with the Grenadier Guards the campaign of 1814 in Holland, 

and was present at the Bombardment of Antwerp and Storming of Bergenop-Zoom, where he 

, commanded the leading sub-division of the storming party of the Grenadier Guards. 

1*4 Colonel Brock served in the Peninsula with the 4')rd Light Infantry from Aug. to Nov. 
ISOs, June to Dec. l8ll. and from Nov. 1812 to the end of that war in 1814, including the 
battles of Vimiera and Victoria, action at Vera, passnge of the Bidassoa, battles of the Nivelle 
and the Xive, actions at Arcangurs and Tarbes, battle of Toulouse, and various skirmishes and 
affairs of outposts. Also in the attack on New Orleans; and afterwards at the capture of Paris. 
. Served in the Coorg campaign in India; where a portion of his regiment (the 48th) bore a con- 
spicuous and distinguished part. Severely wounded at the battle of Vimiera by a musket shot, 
whi h passed completely through the ankle-bone, which it shattered most severely. He hag 

• d the War Medal with six Clasps. 

Colonel Bill joined the Koyal Fusiliers in the Peninsula in 181 1 and Ecrvcd there until the 
the war, and was pretent :it the actions of Fuentes Guinaldo and Aldea de Ponte, advance 
on >alamanca, aft'iirs of SU Christoval and Rueda, battle of Salamanca, advance to and retreat 
from Madrid, advance from Portug-il, battles of Vittoria, the Nivelle, and the Xive. In 1814 
embarked with the Royal Fusiliers to join the force before Xrw Orleans, and present ut the 
assault. Jointd the army at Paris and reraaintd until its withdrawal. Ue has received the War 
Mi-dal with four Clasps. 

t>0 Cid mel Reed served at the siege of Flushing in 1809; and in the I'eninsula from June 
1811 to March 1S14, including the actions at, and heights above, Moresco, battle of Sdamanca, 
capture of Madrid and the lietiro, action at Olmas, and battle of Vittoria, where he was st- 
Terely wounde<l in the right shoulder. Ho has received the War Medal with two (llasps. 

t*r Colonel .James Jonns servtd with the 2Jnd Light Dragoons in the East Indies, in 1802, 3, 
and 4. and in t^e P«uinsula with the STth regt. and on the stutT from I8ii9 to 1814, and was 
wounded utTaliivcra. He lias received the War.Medol with two Clasps for Talavera and Barrnsii. 

88 Colonel Bristow sorv-.d in the Walchcreu expedition in 18<i'J as a Captain in the 2nd 
Battalion 11th RcgLand was presMit at the siege of Flushing. lie wa^ in Gariison at (iinraltar 
in 1311 when the Spanish army of General Ujlluiteros took refuge under the guns of thut For- 
tresv^*. In < h-X. and Nov. of the same year he wos in Codi«, purt of the period during wliith the 
place was blockaded by the Frei.ch. In Dpc. he joinel the army in Portugil and was imme- 
diately placed on the Qjarter-Master-Gt-nerals S: iff, on which he continued to the end of the 
war; aud attached to Head tiuarters the 7lh or the 1st Diri^i.m. was present at most 
of the operations carried on in the North of Spain under the Duke of Williugton. He has re- 
ceived the War Medal with thrco Clasps for the battles of Salamanca, Vittoria, and the f^Tenees. 
In 1823 he was at Cadiz during its bombardment by the French fleet. 



49a M^ar Services of the Colonels. 

89 Colonel Close served the Egyptian campaign of 1801, for which he has received llie 
Silver War M»^dal with one Clasp. 

90 Colonel Ta)iiton served in Ireland during the Rebellion in 1798. In 1801 he was at the 
capture of the Danish Islands, and Island of St. Martin in the West Indies. In 1803 at the 
attack and capture of St. Lucia and storming of the fortress of ]Morne Fortunee; also at the 
attack and capture of Tobago. Served on the staff of General ilaitland at the attack and 
capture of the Dutch colony of Surinam. In 1807, he was at the second capture of the Danish 
West India islands; in 1809 at the attack and capture of Martinique, including the siege of 
Fort Bourbon; also at the attack and capture of the Saintes Islands. From 1811 to 1813 he 
served in Sicily, and was employed as acting Deputy- Adjutant-General, and some time at the 
head of the Department. He lias received the War Medal willi one Clasp for jNIart'niquo. 

91 Colonel Carlyon served with the 66th in the Nepaul war under Sir David Ochterlony. 

92 Colonel Burke served in Jamaica and St. Domingo in 1796 and 97; in Holland in 1809. 
Volunteered at the taking of the Island of Schouwen. Served in the Peninsula in 1810-1M2, 
with the 5th Division of the Army; was present at the bsttle of Fuentes d'Onor; was slightly 
wounded at the affair of B.irba del Puerco, in intercepting the retreat of the French garrison of 
Almeida; volunteered the Forlorn Hope of Sir James Leith's Division at the faking of Badnjoz, 
where he received several severe wounds which have rendered him incapable of following his 
profession. He has received the War Medal with one Clasp for Badajoz. 

93 Colonel Traftord served in the Peninsula, and was present at the battles of Talavera 
(wounded), Busaco, Albuhera,Vittoria, the Pyrenees, the Nivelle, the Nive, Orthes, and Toulouse, 
for which he has received the War Medal with nine Clasps. 

94 Colonel George Tovey served in Calabria with the 20th, and was present at the 
battle of Maida. Served also in the Peninsula from July 1808 to Nov. 1809, and again from 
Oct. 1812 to the end of that war in 1814, including the battles of Vimiera, Talavera, Vittoria, 
and the Pyrenees (25th July to 2nd August); storm of San Sebastian, battles of the Nivelle, the 
Nive (9th to 13th Dec), and Orthes. He has received the War Medal with nine Clasps. 

95 Colonel Angelo served with the expedition to Egypt in 1807; on the coast of Cala- 
bria in 1808; with the expedition to Walchereu in 1809; with the army to Catalonia in 1812 
and 13, as an Assistant- Adjutant-General. Attached to the Austrian army, and acted as Aide- 
de-camp to Major-General Count Nugent in the campaign against the Viceroy of Italy; present 
at the siege and capture of Trieste, Cattaro, and Ragusa, and in various services in the Adriatic. 

90 Colonel Thwaites served on an expedition to the coast of Holland in 179G; in the East 
Indies in 1799; from that time on board H. M. S. Li Forte till wrecked in the Red Sea. 
Crossed the Dssert of Suez with Colonel Lloyd's Detachment, and joined the Vizier's Army in 
the advance to Cairo; then Sir David Baird's Army. He served in the Peninsula, in the 48th 
regiment, from 1811 to 1813, including the siege and assault of Badajoz, the battles of Sala- 
manca (wounded), Vittoria, and the Pyrenees (wounded), for which, and for Egypt, he has 
received tlie War Medal with five Clasps. He lias also received the Turkish jVIedal for services 
in Egypt in 1801. 

97 Colonel Jerrard served the Egyptian campaign of 1801, for which ho has received the 
Silver War Medal with one Clasp. 

98 Colonel Linton served the campaign of 1815 with the 6th Dragoons, and was present at 
the battle of Waterloo. 

99 Colonel Coles served in South America with the 14th in 1807, including the operations 
previous to, and storming of, Monte Video. Served afterwards in the Peninsula from Aug. 
1808 to Nov. 1811, and again from April 1813 to the end of that war in 1814; present with the 
40th at the battles of Roleia, Vimiera, and Talavera; with the 4th Dragoons at I5u3aco, Albu- 
hera, and Usagre; and vv-ith the 12th Light Drogoons at the passage of the Bidassoa, the Nive, 
and the Adour. He has received the War Medal with seven Clasps. 

100 Sir Michael Creagh served in the expedition imder Sir David Baird ajainstthe Cape of 
Good Hope ; was wounded in the action of the Blue Bourg. In 1810 accompanied tlie oipedi- 
tion (as Brigade JIajor) which sailed fiom JIadras against the French Islands : desperately 
wounded by a cannon shot, (which carried away a part of his left shoulder, and killed six of 
his men) at the attack of the batteries before St. Dennis, Isle of Bourbon ; thanked in general 
orders, and favourably mentioned in the despatches. In 1817 and 18 served (in command of tho 
8Gth flank companies) during the Tdahratta and the Pindarree wars in India. In 1818 served in 
tho Kuiidyaii country (interior of Cejlon) during (hat harrassing war, incomttand of the flank 
companies of the 86th and other detachments, receiving the repeated thanks of General Sir 
Robert Brownrifrg for his services in the enemy's countrj'. 

101 Colonel Eden served tho campaign in Java in 1811 with the 22nd Light Dragoons, includ- 
ing the actions of the 10th and 26th Aug. Aide-do-camp to Sir Thomas Hislop at the battle 
of Maheidpore, and during the Mahratta war in 1817 and 18. He has received tlie War Medal 
wiLli one Clasp for Java. 

102 Colonel Shea served the early part of the campaign of 1809 in Portugal; and the latter 
end of 1809 and the years 1810 and 11 with the Sicilian army. Served also the Peninsular 
campaigns of 1812, 13, and 14, with the Portuguese armj'. 

103 Colonel Hartley served in the Peuiaaula with the 57th from Aug. 1813 to the end of that 



I Tar Services of the Colonels. 49d 

Vr in 1314, and was prcacnt at Uio battle of Nivello. Served afterwards in Belgium, lie has 
leiTed the War Modal with two t'lasps. 
liUt Colonel .lames Campbell scrrcd with the olst, at the capture of Kandy in Ceylon, in 

I n ; the campaign of 1 sos -.» in Spain, including' the battle of Corunna. Also|the campaigns of 

II I, 12, 1!, It, and 1 ■>, under the Duke of N\ ellington, includini^ the second siege of Badajoz, 
I lies of Vittoria, the Pyrenees on the 2oth and 2sth July, heights of Lesaca, Nivelle, and 
}■ IV, with ( )rthes, and Waterloo, and stormini^ of lambray. He has received the War Medal 
« h five Clasps. 

t>4 Colonel Chester served in Holland in 179'.», and was present in the action near Bergen, 
21 OoL Served iiUo the campaign of 180S-'J in Spain, including the actions at Benevelite, 
Ma Franca, and Lugo, and retreat to Corunna. lie has received the AVar iSIedal with one 
(;ap for Iklievcnte. 

iij Colonel Gcddes served with the ^rth in Calabria in ISoG; at the capture of the island 
Drrocida in IS09; in Sicily in Is^lO; and subsequently in the I'eninsula, including the battles 
I) the Nivelle, the Nive, Orthcs, and Toulouse, at which last he received a severe wound which 
bke the left thigh-bone near the hip-joint. He has received the War Medal with four Clasps. 

06 Colonel Gilmour served at the capture of Ischia, Zante, and Cephalonia, in 1809; and of 
Bila Maura in l^lll. Served afterwards on the eastern coast of Spain, and was present at 
U battle of Castalla; engaged with the enemy on several occasions covering the retreat; and 
I jloyed in the batteries against Tarragona. After leaving Spain he went to Genoa, under 
C-d Wm. Ikntinck. 

117 Colonel Leslie served with the 29th on the secret expedition under Sir Brent Spencer, 
^ subseijuently in the Peninsula from .Vug. ISOS to Dec. lj>ll, and again from Feb. 1813, 
It uding the battles of Koleia and V'imiera, capture of Oporto, battle of Talavera, first siege 
kiBidujoz, and battle of Albuhera, besides skirmishes and aftruys at outposts. At the battle 
I^Talaveru he was severely wounded in the right leg, where the ball still remains. He has 
helved the \\'ar Medal with four Clasps. 

'08 Colonel Beckwith served in the Peninsula with the IGth Light Dragoons, from July 1813 
Uhe end of that war in 18U, including the battle of the Nivelle, and battles of the Nive on 
tt 'Jth and loth Dej. Served also the campaign of 1815, and was present at the retreat on 
U 17ih June and at the battle of Waterloo. He has received the War Medal with two Clasps. 

09 Colonel Robertson served with the 2jth ut the taking of Madeira in 1807; at the capture 
p.Juadaloupe in 1^10, and again in 181.). 

10 Colonel Kobinson served with the 48th in the Peninsula from June 1809 to October 1810, 
kudingthe battles of Talavera and Busaco, Lines at Torres Vedras, pursuit of Massena, 
l»on at Campo Mayor, siege of Ciu'lad Kodrigo, siege and storming of Badajoz (shot through 
kl left arm at the assault, Olh April 1812); battle of Salamanca, capture of ^ladrid and retreat 
tt-efrom, battles of Vittoria, R^ncesvalles, and the Pyrenees (severely wounded, left leg frac- 
h^d 2--th July 18131. He has received the War Medal with seven Clasps. 

11 Colonel Maclean served with the 13th Light Dragoons in every action and affair in 
irch it was engaged in the Peninsula, from Dee. 1810 until wounded and taken prisoner at 
Diches, 13ih March 1814. Was present with his regiment during the Waterloo campaign; 
Uaged in command of the rear-guard for the brigade on the 7th June, and throughout the 
Iron on the Hth. Aci;ompanied the Mth Dragoons to India in Fsb. 1819; was employed in 
bcimand of a cavalry brigade with the field force at the reduction of Kurnool, and served 
interruptedly with his regiment for twenty-two years, when he returned with it to England, and 
W placed on half payas 2nd Lieut-Colonel. H.- has received the War Medal with six Clasps 
IbAlbuhera, Vittoria, Pyrenees, Niv.Ue, .Nive, an<l Orthcs. 

12 Colonel Gawlcr served in the Peninsula with the .)2nd from Nov. LhI 1 to the end of that 

Kin 1»14, including the siege and assault of Badajoz, battles of Vittoria, Pass of Vera, the 
elle, the Nive, Orthes, and Toulouse, besides various minor affairs. Served also the cam- 
p«;n of l>\:>, and was present at the battle of Waterloo. Wounded below the right knee by 
I nskct-shot at the storming of Bidujoz, and in the neck by a musket-shot at San Munos. He 
b received the War Mwial with seven Clasps. 

13 Colonel Kettlewell served at Copenhagen in l807j and in Ceylon during the Rebellion, 
Ids17 and 18. 

14 Colonel Ball served in the Peninsula with the .34 ih, from June 1809 to Nov. 18 1 3, in- 
d ing the siege of Badajoz in May 1811, battles of Busaco and Albuhera, siege of Bidajoz iu 
lAf 1811, actions at -Vrroyo de Molino and Almaraz, battle of Vittoria (wounded in the head), 

EaSkirs at the Pass of Maya (severely wounded in the left leg). He has received the W ui- 
lal with three Clasps. 

lonel Monina served the campaign of 1^1 1 with the 52nd Light Infantry, and was 
'. the battle of Waterloo. Served afterwards with the army of occupation in I'rancc. 
■lonel Cox served in the 9.")th Rillo Brigade at Copenhagen, and was present at some 
I* :i;..!ii s near that city, and afterwards in the action of Kioge. Ho served afterwards in tho 
1' tiuila from tho landing at Mondego Bay in l''<i8, to tho end of the war at Toulouse, in- 
d in^ skirmish at Obidas, battles of lioleia and V'imiera, retreat to t'orunno. General Craw- 
b.'s march to Talavera, action at ^i. Milan, battles of Vittoria, Nivelle, and Nire; passage 

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49c War Services of the Colonels. 

of the Bidassoa, battle of Orthes, and Tarbes. Severely wounded in the right leg by a musket- 
shot at Vittoria; in the left side at Nivelle; and again in the right leg at Tarbes. He com- 
manded a division under Sir Benjamin D'Urban during the Caffre war at the Cape of Good 
Hope in 1835. Subsequently he was employed on particular service in Canada for five years 
during both Rebellions, and is now employed on the Staff in Ireland. He has received the War 
Medal with seven Clasps. 

117 Colonel Baker served in the Peninsula with the 16th Light Dragoons and was present at 
the battles of Nivelle and Nive, for which he has received the War Medal with two Clasps. He 
served also the Waterloo campaign. 

118 Colonel Turnor served in Hanover with the 14th, in 1805 and 6. The campaign of 
1808-9, including the battle of Corunna. On the expedition to Walcheren, and at the siege of 
FJusbiugin 1809. Also the campaign of 1815, including the battle of Waterloo. He has re- 
ceived the War Medal with one Clasp for Corunna. 

119 Colonel Falls served with the 20th on the expedition to Naples with the English and 
Eussian army in 1805. He was present at the battle of Maida in 1806; at the battle of Corunna 
in 1809; on the expedition to Walcheren the same year; subsequently in the Peninsula, at the 
battle of the Pyrenees, at Roncesvalles, and Pampeluna (severely wounded), battles of the 
Nivelle, and Orthes. Served afterwards on the expedition to Washington. In 1831 he waa 
wounded in the riots at Merthyr Tydvil, in South Wales. He has received the War Medal 
with six Clasps. 

120 Colonel Fergusson served at the capture of Rear Admiral Perree's squadron from Egypt 
when in pursuit of the French and Spanish fleets in June, 1799. Blockade of Malta and cap- 
ture of Admiral Perree's squadron ie G£nereuxlA, Ville de Marseilles, &c, with a reinforcement 
and supplies for the relief of the garrison. Was wrecked and severely injured on board H. M. S. 
Queen Charlotte when hurnt off Leghorn in 1800, ovAy four saved out of a detachment of nearly 
200 marines, including supernumeraries, in all upwards of 700 persons perished. Served at the 
siege of Genoa and Savona. Destruction of the fort of Port Espezie, and guns carried off by 
H. M. S. Santa Dorothea in 1800, to which ship he then belonged. Served in Egypt under the 
command of Sir Ralph Abercromby in 1801 {medal). In 1806 at Maida. Defence of Gatea 
and surrender of Tropea; took possession of the latter town with his detachment. Served again 
in Egypt with the expedition under Major-General Fraser in 1807. He has been repeatedly 
engaged in severe boat actions, and against batteries, and debarked with detachments aiding 
in capturing and destroying ships and convoys en the enemy's coast. 

121 Colonel Thomas Stevens was present blockading Brest, the Helder, and Cadiz, and was 
engaged with batteries. In 1809 he was engaged with gun-boats in passing convoys through tlie 
Sound and Categat; in H.M.S. Cerberus, with convoy of armed transports and gun-boats in the 
Gulf of Friedland ; in the boats of the squadron in the successful attack upon the Russian Flotilla 
of heavy armed gun-boats and armed Transports ; and at the capture of a Russian schooner. 
From 1836 to 1840 he served in the Royal Marine Battalion on the north coast of Spain; waa 
detached in command of a company for the defence of the Eastern Heights of Passages attacked 
by the Carlists, and in the Carlist attack of the Lines on the 6th June 1836; and he was also pre- 
sent at Fuentarabia, 11th July 1836. 

122 Colonel Gibsone landed from the Thunderer and served on shore for eight days in Bear- 
haven Bay in 1804. He was on board the Safeguard mortar brig in a severe action with a 
division of Danish gun-boats off Anholt in June 1811, on which occasion the vessel was engaged 
for three and a half hours, and 19 were killed or wounded out of a complement of 29. The fol- 
lowing year he was engaged at Cateria on the north coast of Spain, and accompanied Captain 
Parke with two heavy guns intended for the army besieging Burgos. In 1813 and 14 he served 
in the American war, and was present at the attack on Craney Island, taking of Hampton, de- 
fence of the Lines of Chippewa, and on other occasions on the Niagara Frontier, where he sus- 
tained a severe fracture of the left arm, and a violent contusion on the right breast. 

123 Colonel Balingall prior to entering the Royal Marines, served as a Midshipman at 
Copenhagen in 1801 ; landed at Vimiera, 21 Aug., 1808 ; was a volunteer in the boats of the 
Resistance at the boarding and carrying La Motiche, French man-of-war schooner, under a 
constant fire of grape and musquetry ; the commander fell by the hand of Colonel B. 26 Feb. 
1809. Served as a volunteer at the cutting out of four French luggers laden with supplies for 
the French army, from the harbour of Santa Clara, north coast of Spain, on the night of the 
27th Feb. 1809, under a galling fire of musquetry, and defended by two batteries which com- 
manded the entrance ; landed at the head of the Marines from the Resistance, carried a battery 
of four guns ; and assisted in the capture and blowing up of a French man-of-war schooner, 
and destroyed her convoy, laden with supplies for the French army, 10th March, 1809 ; was 
subsequently at the defence of Cadiz ; and in 1832 in the castles of Naupoli de Romania, with 
an allied garrison during an attack on that city. 

1 24 Colonel Mercer assisted at the destruction of the French squadron in Basque Roads. He 
was repeatedly landed on the North Coast of Spain in 1810, co-operating with the Patriots. In 
1812, while embarked on board H.M.S. Java, he was engaged with and captured by the United 
States frigate Constitution. 

125 Colonel Lane served in the West Indies in 1796 and 7, and was present at the] taking of 



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St. Lncia. In 1901 he serrcd the Egyptian campaign (Gold Medal), including all the actions, 
and subsequently in the Peninsula, incliidinp; the siege and storming of Badajoz, and battle of 
Salamanca. He has received the Silver War Medal with one Clasp for Egypt 

126 Colonel Austen served with the 25th at the landing nt the Holder in August 1799, 
and was severely wounded nt the battle of Egmont-op-Zee on the 2nd Oct. following. Served 
in Egypt in isoi, including the surrender of Alexandria. Also at the capture of Guadaloupe, 
in 1810, and again in 1815. He has received the War Medal with two Clasps. 

126t Colonel Lacy served the campaign of 1799 in Holland, with the 5Gth, and was present 
in the actions of the 19th Sept., 2nd and r,th October. 

127 Colon.l Lynch has received the War Medal with two Clasps for Egypt and Fuentes d'Onor. 

128 Colonel llobyns served nt the capture of Martinique in 1809, for which lie has roceivod 
the Wnr .Medal with one Cla*p. In Aug. 1813 he went to North America, and waa actively 
employetl in the Chesapeak under Sir George Cockburn. Commandtd a battalion of Marines 
at the capture of Washington and action before Baltimore, where he was severely wounded. 
Ssrved afterwards on the expedition against New Orleans. 

129 Colonel Maihewson joined the 75th Highland regiment in the East Indies in 1791; 
•erved the campaign in ^lysore in that year, nnd was present and engaged before Seringapatum 
in Feb. 1792. He again served before Seringapatam in 1799. In the year following he served 
in Malabar nnd Caiiarn, and was wounded when leading the Forlorn Hope at the assault of the 
Fortresa of Jamaulabad. In ISOl he was actively employed during the campaign in the district 
of Cotiote; was often engaged, and at the reduction of several posts. In 1S02-.3 he was on ser- 
Tice in GuceraL, and wa« precent at the siege and reduction of Keria and of Brodera; also in 
field actions, and in that of the tUh Feb. 1803, on the banks of the river Mehie, he received a 
severe gun-shot wound in the left shoulder. He next served nt the siege of Bhurtpore in 1805, 
and rectired a dangerous wound in the right breast from a spear when crossing the ditch at the 
assault o:^ the 9th Jan.; he was also wound' d by an explosion of gunpowdt-r on the breach, 
when leading au assaulting party on the 21st February. In 1808 he was employed with his 

•;;pany of theRo^al York Rangers on board the line-of-battle ships York and I'ompee at the 

kade of Martinique, nnd was actively employed at the reduction of that Island, having on 

ling a detached command, and he drew up and signed on the spot the capitulation of Pigeon 

1 .a:id on the 4th Feb. 1809. He was also actively engaged the same year at the capture of the 

" ntes. In 1810 he served at the capture of Guadaloupe; was engaged in the action of the 3rd 

1 . b., and commanded that part of his regt. which on the following morning took possession of 

the Pont de Noziere, and captured the French force and guns at that post. As an Assistant- 

Ci'iurter-Ma»ter-General, he accompanird, in the same month, the for^.e sent to the capture of 

•.;i<' Island of St. .Martin, and continued t j be employed on the Statf until he was again engaged 

the capture of Guadaloupe in 1815, where, as Major of his regt., he was the first who landtd, 

ig in command of the advance on the 8th August, and on the following day he sustain, d 

:'ius injury when in pursuit of the enemy down the hill of Palmiste and across the river 

' ion. He has received the War Medal with two Clasjjs for Martinique and Guadaloupe. 

»0 Colonel Johnson served in Hanover, under Lord Cathcart, in 1805 and G; with the 

p'dition to Madeira in 18o7, and capture of the lines of Funchal. The Peninsular campaigns 

;n Sept. 18<)8 to the end ot that war in 1814, including the battle of Busaco, retreat to the Lnes 

Torres Vedras, and the subsequent advance and pursuit of the Fr< nch army under JIassena; 

• ns of Pombal. liedmha, C^ndeixa and Sabugal; first siege of Almeida and in subsequt nt 

kadt», battle of Fuentes d( )nor, retrcut from Burgos, and scaling the heights of the Echalar. 

has received the War Medal with tivo Clasps for Busaco and Fuentes d'Onor. 

; U Cobael Diggle served with the 52nd jiu Sicily, under Sir John -Moore, and on the ex- 

iUion to Gottenburgh. Subsequently he served in the Peninsula, and was present during 

retreat and at the battle of Corunna ; as also in the action of the Coa, battle of Busaco, and 

urs when the Army fell back upon the Lines of Torres Vedras. He served also the cam- 

,TJ of 1813, 14, and 15, including the bombardment of Antwerp, affairs at Merxcm. nnd 

tie of Waterloo, at which last he was severely wounded. He has received the War .Mcdul 

I 1 two Clasps for Corunna and IJusaco. 

112 Colonel Helshes scrxed in the Peninsula with the 4th and 59th and was present at the 
:^>t of Hadujoz and St. Sebastian, nnd at the battle of Fuentes d'Onor and Salamanca, foi 
K-h he ha:* r-ceived the War .Medal with four Clasps. 

1 »3 Colonel Orlando Jones accompnnird the 3r.th to Hanover, and serred the campagn ol 
'<-f>. Embarked for the Peninsula in 18o8, and served throughout the whole of that mil the 
>wing campaigns without having be<n absent from his duty for a single day, and was preseni 
the battles of lioleia and Vimiera. Attached to the Portuguese service in April 18o9, and 
rved at the battle of Rusaco, occupation of the Lines at Lisbon, actions of Pombal, Keilinha 
'idexia, Puente de .Murcolla, Casal Nova, Ceira, Guarda, Foz d'Arouce, Sabugal, and Fuentei 
'nor, storming the forts at Salamanca (wounded), battle of Vitloria, actioiu of Tolota aiic 
ija Frnnca (severely wounded), passage of the Bidaasoa, battles of the Nivelle, Bayonne (9il 
•c), St. Jean de Luz (llth, I2th, and 13th Dec), passage of the Adour, blockade of Bayonuf 
1 repulse of the sortie. He has received the Silver War Medal with stven Clasps. 
IW Colonel Peacocke Berved in the Mediterranean ut tho taking of the Island of Ischit 

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and Procida, and at the relief of Capri. In 1810 he joined the army in Portugal, and served 
with the 4th division throughout the campaigns in the Peninsula. 1810 — Battle of Busaco, 
retreat to the Lines of Torres Vedras, affair of Dois Pontos. 1811 — Actions of Pombal and 
Rediiiha, capture of Campo Mayor, siege of Oliven^a, battle of Albuhera. 1812 — Siege of 
Ciudad Rodrigo, storming of Badajoz (severely wounded mounting the breach), capture of 
Madrid. 1813 — Action of Aldea de Ponte, battle of Vittoria (horse shot under him), blockade 
of Pampeluna, affairs of Roncesvalles and Linf oins, battle of the Pyrenees, attack of the Heights 
above Saint Estevan. Passage of the Bidassoa, battle of the Nivelle. He has received the 
Portuguese Gold Cross for the Peninsular campaigns; as also the War Medal with seven Clasps. 
135 Colonel "Wells : — Campaign of Portugal and Spain in 1808 and 9, including action of 
Roleia, and the battles of Vimiera and Corunna; campaign in Holland in 1809, including the 
siege of Flushing; blockade of Cadiz, from ^March 1810, to the raising of the blockade in 1812, 
excepting about six months' absence at Carthagena, and with the army in Estremadura, including 
the action of Barrosa, and the last siege of Badajoz in March and April 1812; served part of 
the campaign of 1813, until the army embarked at Bourdeaux in 1814, including the passage of 
the Bidassoa, blockade of Bayonue, and the taking of a work at Laredo. Campaign of 1815, 
in Belgium and France. He has received the War Medal with five Clasps. 

137 Colonel BiZilgette sailed witli the expedition from India to Egypt, under Sir David 
Baird, in 1801. Returned to India and served tsvo campaigusin the Dooaband Ceded Districts, 
under General Campbell, Served also on the expedition to the Penobscot, in the United States 
of North America. He has received the Silver War Medal with one Clasp for Egypt. 

138 Colonel Baby served the Egyptian campaign of 1801, and also in the Peninsula with 
the 24th and was present at the battles of Talavera, Busaco, and Fuentes d'Onor, and at the siege 
of Badajoz, for which and for Egypt he has received the War 3Iedal with five Clasps. 

139 Colonel jS'icholls joined the 2nd Battalion 66th Regt. in Spain in 1811, and was severely 
wounded (compound fracture of the right leg) at the battle of Vittoria, (War Medal with one 
Clasp) in skirmishing with the enemy as Captain of the Light Company of the Regt. Subse- 
quently he joined the 1st Battalion at St. Helena, and was appointed Orderly Officer to 
Napoleon, and had charge of the Longwood establishment during seventeen months — a delicate, 
difficult, and responsible situation. 

140 Colonel Crokat served in Sicily in 1807 ; in Portugal in 1808, under Sir Arthur 
Wellesley; in Spain and at Corunna under Sir John Moore; on the Walcheren expedition in 
1809; subsequently in the Peninsula. He had charge of Napoleon at St. Helena when he died, 
and he brought home the despatches of his death. Served afterwards in the East Indies. He 
has received the War Medal with four Clasps for Vimiera, Corunna, Vittoria, and Pyrenees 
(severely wounded). 

141 Colonel Bateman sailed with the 5th on the expedition for Hanover in 1805 ; was 
shipwrecked off the Texel and made prisoner of war. Havhig been exchanged in March 1806, 
he sailed in June following with the expedition under Major-GeneralCraufurd, which landed in 
South America, and he was present at the attack of Buenos Ayres. Served also in the Penin- 
sula in 1810, 11, 13, and was severely wounded at Vittoria, for which battle he has received 
the War Medal with one Clasp. Accompanied the regiment to America in 1814, and was 
present at Plattsburg. 

142 Colonel Dudgeon served with the 58th in Egypt in 1801, and was present at the sur- 
render of Grand Cairo and Alexandria. He served in Italy in 1805 and 6 ; and in the Peninsula 
from 1809 to 1813, including the Lines at Torres Vedras, covering the siege of Badajoz, battle 
of Salamanca, capture of Madrid, and siege of Burgos, at which last he was twice wounded, 
the second time most severely. He has received tlie War Medal with two Clasps for Egypt and 
Salamanca. 

143 Colonel Mitchell served with the 3rd battalion of the Royals at Walcheren, in 1809, and 
was present at the siege of Flushing. Subsequently in the Peninsula from 1810 to 1812, in- 
cluding the battles of Busaco and Fuentes d'Onor, action of Sabugal, and those of INIassena's 
retreat. Accompanied the expedition to Germany, under General Gibbs in 1813. Served as 
Deputy-Assistant-Quarter-Master- General in the campaign of 1814, in Holland; and in the 
sauie situation on the staff of the army in Flanders, and afterwards at the head-quarters 
of the Army of Occupation. lie has received tlie War Medal with two Clasps for Busaco and 
Fuentes d"Onor. 

144 Colonel Cuppage served in the Peninsula with the 39th and was present at the battles 
of Busaco, Albuhera, Pyrenees, Nivelle, Nive, Orthes, and Toulouse, for which he has received 
the War Medal with seven Clasps. 

145 Colonel Norcliffe served in the Peninsula with the 4th Dragoons, and was present 
at the battles of Talavera, Busaco, and Albuhera; cavalry action of Usagre, and battle of Sala- 
manca, in which last he was severely wounded and taken prisoner. He has received the War 
Medal with four Clasps. 

14G Colonel Johnson served with the 17th Light Dragoons in South America in 1806 and 7, 
at the siege and storming of Monte Video, and in the expedition of Buenos Ayres, during which 
service the regiment was armed with muskets and acted as infantry. He served afterwards 
with the regiment in the East ludies and was present in nearly all the actions and sieges in 
which it was engaged. 



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147 Colonel Darby served in Hanover iii ISO."); at the siege of CopcnhaRcn in IsoT; and 
the Corunnii campaign in 18i»8-'.i. He lias recciveil the Silver War Medal with one Clasp for 
I'orunna. 

US Colonel King served in a mortar-boat in tho Faro of Messina for two months in 1810. 
Advanced into the United States with Sir George Prevost's army, and commanded a battery 
ogainst riattsburif. 

14'.) Colonel ^Macdonald accompanied tho expedition to Hanover in 180") ; joined the army 
in Sicily ia 18(tt">, and was employed with it in its various operationi until 1810 ; in the 
latter year he went with tho expedition to Naples, and was present at the capture of Ischia 
and Procida; returned to Sicily and employe<l ajjainst the French army in 1811; in 1812 was 
employed in Spain, including the battle of Castalla, and sieeie of Tarragona; emburked for 
Canada in 1814, and was present at the operations before I'lattsburg. Ho servoil also the 
camii:iign of 181,'), and received three wounds at Waterloo, viz., in the leg, in the neck, and 
through the body, wounding tho lungs. 

l."H> Colonel Mudge served in the Peninsula from March 1S09 to June 1810, and has received 
the War Medal with one Clasp for the battle of Talavcra. 

I ")1 Colonel Sherbourne Williams served at the capture of Guadaloupe in 1815. 

152 Colonel John Cox, with the exception of a few months, served throughout the whole 
of the Peninsular war with the '.)'yih. (Kille Brigade), commencing with the first affair, at 
Obidos, l.")th Aug. 1808. He was also engaged with the enemy in the following battles, sieges, 
actions and affairs : — Battles of Roleia and Vimiera, and surrender of Lisbon ; substfiucnt 
campaign in Spain with Sir John Moore's Army, including its retreat — out-post affairs at 
Talavera, night defence of the post of Barba del Puerco against very superior numbers; 
affairs of Gallegos and Harquilla ; action at Almeida, and defence of the bridge against every 
effort to force it ; affairs at Mora Morta and Jula ; battle of Husaco ; affairs at Alcmiucr, 
Aruda, and Santarem ; defence of the Lines of Torres Vedras ; actions with Marshal Ma^sena's 
Rear Guaid at Pombal, Redinha, Condeixa, Ca/a Nova, Foz d'Arouce, Ponte de Marcella, 
Freixadaa and Sabuir;! ; at Almeiila five successive days ; at Marialva-bridge ; battles of the 
3rd and .")th May Isl l at Fuentes d'Onor ; affairs at Naves d'Aver and Forcaylos ; siege and 
storming of Ciudad Rodrigo ; action at San Milan ; battle of Vittoria ; actions with the French 
Rear-guard at Echarrianos, Pampeluna, and forcing the heights of Santa Barbara and Pass of 
Echalar ; at Vera, and carrying the entrenchments in its Pass ; battles of the Pyrenees ; 
several affairs at outposts ; battles of Nivelle and Xive ; action at Tarbes ; victory of the 18th 
June at Waterloo, and capture of Paris. He was wounded at Vimeira by a musket ball ; 
received a contusion in the head at Redinha, a compound fracture of the left arm at the storm- 
ing of Ciudad Rodrigo while clearing the left breach, and left leg badly fractured (ball lodged) 
in driving the enemy from the heights of Tarbes. lie has received tho War Medal with ten 
Clasi>s. 

1.").) Colonel Murton served in the North Sea, and the Helder expedition in 1799; served in 
the Egyptian expedition and the East Indies in 1801; the West Indies (slightly wounded) in 
1>04; coast of France, and engaged with the enemy's flotilla and batteries, in 180."); the :\Iedi- 
terranean in 1806, engaged in cutting out the enemy's vessels from under battfries, and was 
voted a sword from the Patriotic Fund; in 180'.i, coast of Spain, and aiding the Guerillas; served 
in Holland in 1.><1'<. Medal for services in Egypt. 

l.'it Colonel Booth's services :— Siege of Callinger (wounded at the assault). Nepaul war in 
1814, including the sieges of Kolunga, Nahu, and Jetuck. ^Mahratta war in 1817, 18, including 
the sieges of Singhur, LaUrak, Pourunder, and Wursetta. Burmese war in 1824-5, wounded 
at the storming of Martaban. 

l.')5 Colonel Greaves served with the 7th Fusiliers in America, in the campaign of 1814, and 
was also present in the attack on New Orleans, on the 8th Jan. 181.'). 

l.")7 Colonel Alex. M. Eraser was employed in the expedition against Sambas, in tho island 
of Borneo. 

1 58 Colonel Walker served at Copenhagen. 

15'.t Colonel W. 1'. Williams served in Senegal, Goree, and Sierra Leone during 1811 and 
12; and in the Peninsula from August \s\:\ to the end of that war, including San Sebastian, 
the passage of the Bidassoa, battles of Nivelle and Nivc (11th, 12th, and l-Uh Dec.), and the 
investment of Bayonne. He embarked for Bordeaux in 1814 with the expedition to the Chesa- 
peak under General Ross, and was wounded at the battle of Bladensburg, first slightly in the 
left arm, and again severely by a musket-ball through the left shoulder. He served subse- 
quently for several years in the West Indies; and he was sent on a particular service to Canada 
during the insurrection in that country in Is.'J^i and 3'J. Jle has received tiic War Mcilal witii 
three (■lusi)8 for St. Sebastian, NivtUe, and Nivc. 

lt)0 Colonel Cartwright served the campaigns of 181.T and 14 with the filst, including the 
battles of the Pyrenees, Nivelle, Nive, Orlhes, and Toulouse, for which ho has received the 
Silver War Medal with five Clasps. Served the campaign of 1815 with the loth Hussars, and 
was present at the battle of Waterloo. 

161 Colonel Saunderson served at Malta ond in Sicily. In tho Light Battalion under Sii 
James Kempt on the expedition to Naples in 1806. Accompanied the 2nd battalion of the 



49o' Wai" Services of the Colonels, 

39th to the Peninsula in 1809, and was present at the battle of Busaco, in the retreat to the 
Lines at Torres Vedras, and the advance from thence; re-capture of Campo Mayor, investment 
and opening of the trenches before Badajoz, battle of Albuhera (slightly wounded), capture of a 
strong division of the French army under General Gerard at Arroyo de Molino, where he was 
severely wounded by a musket-shot, which fractured his skull, and was sent to England for 
recovery. Eejoined the army in the Peninsula, and acted as Deputy-Judge-Advocate. After 
the battle of Toulouse embarked with a division of the army for Canada, where he was appointed 
to the Quarter-Master- General's Department, and was present at the affair of Plattsburg. He 
has received the War Medal with two Clasps for Busaco and Albuhera. 

162 Colonel Gore served the campaign of 1815 with the 30th, and was slightly wounded at 
Waterloo. 

163 Colonel Goodsman served in the Peninsula with the 61st and was wounded at Talaveri, 
for which battle he has received the War Medal with one Clasp. 

164 Colonel Pringle Taylor proceeded in 1811 to join the 22nd Dragoons in the East Indies, 
where he served until their return to Europe and disbandment, 25th October 1820. He was 
in the field in 1815 and 16, and during the whole of the Mahratta war in 1817, 18, and 19; 
the published official records show that his conduct was conspicuous in the Brigade Cavalry 
actii ns of Bucktowlie and of Nagnore (1817), and of Ashta (28th Feb. 1818), when he incurred, 
as Brigade -Major, the responsibility of ordering measures which terminated in the entire defeat 
of the Peiihwa, the death of the gallant Gokla, and the rescue of the Rajah of Satarrah, the 
most influential events in terminating the war. At the siege of Capaul-droog, he commanded 
a battery at the storm (13th May 1819), he blew open the first gate with a galloper gun of the 
22nd Dragoons, and heading the Forlorn Hope, he stormed in succession the five distinct circles 
of fortifications, every man and officer of his party being either killed or wounded; he received 
at the summit of that strong hill fort, at the moment of success in its capture, a shot through his 
lungs and body. The Governor-General of India specially recommended him to favourable 
consideration for his services in India. In 1823 and 24 he was employed in the Cape Cavalry 
against the Cafires. In 1841 he was relieved from a bullet which had been in his body since 
1819. 

165 Colonel Swinburne served with the 1st Guards in Holland imder Lord Lynedoch, and 
subsequently in the Peninsula and South of France. Also the campaign of 1815, including the 
battles of Quatre Bras and Waterloo, storming of Peronne, capture of Paris : at Peronne he 
commanded a storming party. He served afterwards with the Army of Occupation in France. 

166 Colonel Whichcote joined the 52nd as a volunteer in December 1810, and served with it 
in the Peninsula, France, and Flanders, and was present in the actions of Sabugal, El Bodon, and 
Alfayates, siege and storm of Ciudad Rodrigo, and of Badajoz, battle of Salamanca, retreat from 
Burgos, battle of Vittoria, action at Vera, battles of the Pyrenees, Nivelle, the Nive, Orthes, 
Tarbt's, Toulouse, and Waterloo. He has received the War Medal with nine Clasps. 

167 Colonel Butler served the campaign of 1815 with the 3rd Battalion of the Grenadier 
Guards, and was present in the battles of Quatre Bras and Waterloo (where he carried the 
colours), storming of Peronne, and capture of Paris. 

168 Colonel John Campbell (h. p. unatt.) served the Waterloo campaign with the 44th Foot. 

169 Colonel Plomer Toung served as Adjutant of the 89th at the capture of the Isle of France 
in 1810, and at the capture of Java in 1811 (for which he has received the War Medal 
with one Clasp), on which last service he was wounded in the action of Weltevreden, and also 
at the storming of Fort Cornells ; and was, for his conduct on those occasions appointed, by 
Major-General Sir Robert Gillespie, Major of Brigade to the Batavia Division of the Force. 
Accompanied Sir Robert as such in the arduous operations against Djoejocarta in 1812, which 
terminated by the storm of that capital (severely wounded), and capture of the Sultan. Served 
as Major of Brigade on the expedition to Ava from June 1824 until the close of the Burmese 
war in 1826, and was present at the principal aftalrs during that period, including operations 
in the vicinity of Rangoon, defeat of Bandoola's army at the Sheevedageon Pagoda, Tavoy, 
Mergui, Kokfrin, Denobiu, Prome, INIelloon, and Pagahm Mew. He served in Canada in com- 
mand of the Johnstown District during the insurrection of 1838, and commanded the Troops 
in the attack and defeat of the Brigands under Van Scoultz at the Windmill Point near Prescott 
on the 13th Nov. of that year, and was promoted to Lieut. -Colonel by brevet in consequence. 

170 Coliinel Est court served in the expedition to the river Euphrates, from January 1835 
to June 1837; arid as a mark of approbation of his conduct and exertions, he was promoted to 
the breve t rank of Lieut-Colonel. 

171 Colonel Faddy, prior to entering the Royal Artillery, was a midshipman on board the 
Asia, at the capture of the Dutch Fleet in Saldanha Bay in 1795 : present at the attack on 
Fort Jerome, St. Domingo, and at the siege and capture of the city of Santo Domingo in 1809 ; 
served in the Peninsula and France from July 1810 to June 1814, including the siege of San 
Sebastian, passage of the Adour, investment of Bayonne and repulse of the sortie, besides 
various minor affairs. 

172 Colonel Macbean's services : — Siege of Copenhagen in 1807 ; expedition to Sweden, and 
subsequently to the Peninsula under Sir John Moore ; expedition to Walcheren, and siege of 
Flushing; campaign of 1815, including the battle of Waterloo. He has received the War Medal 



War Services of the Colonels. 49A 

iih one Clasp for Comnna. He served in Canada during the rebellion of 1S37 and 38, ond 
> present at the affair at St Eustachc as seeond in command, and ho commanded tho Eoyal 
try of the Force which attacked and defeated the IJripands posted at Windmill I'oint near 
tt, luul for which service he was promoted to Lieut. -( olonel by brevet. 
Sir Gasparil Le Marchant served as Adjutaiit-Lieneriil to tho Anglo-Spanish Legion, 
■ rigadier-Geiieral in tho Spanish service during tho years 1S3.'), 0, and 7. Was present at 
: ■ lit'f of liilboa and atVair before that town in Sept. 183.">. Engaged on the heights of Arla- 
II A lava, on tho lt>th, ITth, and IMh Jan.; in raising the siege of San Sebastian, and 
:iig the Lines Jth May; pa.'*8age of the Urmea, and taking of Passages 2Sth May; in the 
il action before Alza Oct. 1S36, besides several affairs in Guipuzcou, as also in tlie gene- 
ions of the loth, 13fh, I5th, and 16th .March before Ilcrnani. For these services he re- 
I :i medal, 
("olonel MacKinnon served as Assistant Quarter- ilastcr-Gencral at the Cape of Good 
luring the Kaffir wiir of 1846-7. 

ColonelWalpole served the campaign against the Rajah of Coorg, in 1834, with the 39th 
■ut 

Colonel Charles IMachley served in the Peninsula from July 1809 to December 1812, 
i;ng the battles of Uusaco, Fuentes d'Onor, and Salamanca, and siege of Burgos. He has 
il the Silver War Medal with three Clasps. 

Colonel Moor served in the Peninsula from June 1809 to June 1813, including the 

- of Busaco, Fuentes d'Onor, and Salamanca ; sieges of Ciudad Rodrigo and Bifiajoz, 

it C&strajon, and twelve other affairs with the enemy. He has received tho War Medal 

:i\e Clasps. 

I " ' Colonel Marshall served in the I'eninsula from January 1811 to October 1813, including 

the first siege of Hadajoz, siege and storm of Ciudad Rodrigo, siege and storm of S:iu Sebastian. 

Sliglitly wounded at Ciudad liodrigo Kith Jan. l!^12 ; severtly wounded twice by musket-thots 

at Sin Sebastian 3lst August 1813, when leading the advance of the column of attack up tho 

great breach. Ho has received tho War Medal with three Clasps. 

ISO Colonel Dunn served tho campaign of 1805 in Italy; battle of Maida and capture of 
Scylla Castle in 18nG; expedition to Egypt in 18o7, including the attack on Alexandria and 
Roscttii, and battle of El Uamet (taken prisoner). Defence of Scylla Castle in 1808 ; Peninsular 
campaigns of 18ln and 11, including operations before Ciudad Rodrigo, operations between the 
: Aguada and Almeida, battles of the Coa, Busaco, and Albuhera ; actions at Usagre and Aldea de 
Ponte, at which last he was severely wounded in the groin by a musket-ball, which remains un- 
•XtracteJ. Served also iu the American war in 1814, including the taking of Mooso Island, and 
occupation of Castine. lie has received tho War Medal with three Clasps for Maida, Busaco, 
and Albuhera. 

1-1 Colonel Pratt served the campaign of 1814 in Holland, as a volunteer with the 56th 
regiment, and was present at the attack on Merxem, 2nd February, and the subsequent bom- 
bardment of Antwerp. He served with the 2t;th on the China expedition (Medal), and com- 
inded the land forces at the assault and capture of the Forts of Chuenpeo on tho 7lh Jan. 
18 U, and again at the assault and capture of the Bogue Forts on the 2Gth Feb. following. 
Commanded the Jiith at the attacks on Canton from •J4th May to 1st June ; also at the night 
-*taek on Ningpo, at Segoun, Chapoo, AVoosung, Shanghai, and at Chin Kiang Foo. 

l(<2 Colonel Felix served the campaign of 1815, and was slightly wounded at Quatre Bras. 
183 Colonel Bayly served the campaign in Italy in 18u.") ; battle of Maida and siege of Scylla 
in 18i>6 ; expedition to Egypt in 1mi7, including the capture of Alexandria and Rosetta. Cap- 
ture i.f Lichia in 18ii'.'; attack on on armed lihip and gun-boats in the bay of Suylla in 1810 ; 
with the Artillery on tho eastern coast of Spain in 1813, and present at the investment of one of 
the aiegco of Tarragona, lie has rccciscd the W ar Medal with one Clasp for Maida. 



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70 

War Services of the Lieutenayit- Colonels. 

1 Lieut.-Colonel West served in Holland from Nov. 1794 to May 1796, and was present when 
the French attacked the British after crossing the Waal, and the different affairs in which his 
regiment (the 3rd Guards) was engaged; also the campaign of 1799 in Holland, including the 
action at the landing, and those of the 27th Aug., 10th and 19th Sept., and 2nd of Oct. Sei-ved 
the Egj-ptian campaign of 1801, and was employed in all the affah-s after the landing, up to the 
surrender of Alexandria. Proceeded with the expedition to Hanover in 1805 ; to Zealand in 1807, 
and was present at the siege and surrender of Copenhagen. Embarked for the Peninsula in 1808^ 
and was present at the pass^age of the Douro and capture of Oporto, action at Salamonde, battk 
of Talavera, and various minor affairs. Received a bayonet wound in the thigh in a skirmish, on 
the 2nd October 1799, and in a subsequent affair he was twice severely wounded, — on the left 
shoulder joint by a sabre cut, and on the right side by slug-shots. He has received the W'ar 
Medal with two Clasps for Egypt and Talavera. 

2 Lieut-Colonel Henry Le' Blanc joined the 71st Regiment in India in 1792, and was at the 
capture of Pondicberry the following year. In 1798 returned to Europe with the regiment. 
In 1805 embarked at Cork with Sir David Baird's expedition, and was present at the capture 
of the Cape of Good Hope in 1806, where he received a contusion from a rifle-ball. The same 
year accompanierl his regiment to South America, and was at the capture of Buenos Ayres, 
under General Beresford, where he lost a leg by a cannon-shot : he was then Major 71st 
Regt, and on his return to England was promoted, 5 Feb. 1807, to Lieut -Colonel, and ap- 
pointed to the 5th Veterans, which Corps he commanded till the Reduction in 1814 ; was then 
appointed Major Royal Hospital Chelsea, where he is now doing duty, having never been on 
half-pay, nor joined a second battalion. 

3 Lieut.-Colonel Milnes commanded a detachment of the 10th, doing marine duty on board 
H. M. S. Is'is in the North Sea, in 179-5. Accompanied the expedition from India to EgjT)t under 
Sir David Baird, in 1801. Employed with a detachment in Ceylon during the war with Kandy. 
Served with the 75th at the siege of Bhurtpore in 1805, and was engaged on three different assaults 
upon that fortress. Accompanied the 65tb on the expedition to tlie Persian Gulf in 1809; com- 
manded the light division at the landing and attack on Ras-el-Khyma ; commanded the stonning 
party at the capture of Foil Schenass. Commanded the 65th at the capture of the Isle of France 
in 1810; also, on service in Kattj-war in 1812, and was employed against Nownugghur. Com- 
manded a brigade in Guzerat in 1814 and part of 1815; in Kattywar and Cutch in 1815 and 16; 
and in the Deccan war in 1817 and 18, commanded a division of the army against the Peishwa, 
near Poona, 16th Nbv. 1817, crossed the river Moota Moola in the evening of that day, the pro- 
gi-ess of his division being obstinately opposed, but without effect, by the united force of His 
Highness's artillery, cavalry, and infantry, after which the enemy retired, leaving a great part of 
his camp standing, and considerable quantities of ammunition in the field. He has received the 
Silver War Medal with one Clasp for Egypt. 

4 Lieut.-Colonel Coolie served in the Peninsula with the 1st Guards and was present at the 
battles of Corunna, Nivelle, and Nive, and at the assault and capture of St. Sebastian, on which 
occasion he commanded a detachment of Guards. He served also the campaign of 1815 and was 
severely wounded at Waterloo. He has received the Gold Medal for St. Sebastian ; and the Silver 
W'ar Medal with three Clasps for Corunna, Nivelle, and Nive. 

5 Lieut.-Colonel Mansel served with the 53rd in the attack at More Cliabot and the siege of 
Mome Fortunee in St. Lucia in 1796; the whole of the Carib War in St. Vincent ; at the reduc- 
tion of Trinidad ; and at the siege of Moi-o Castle in the Island of Porto Rico in 1797. Returned 
from India in the spring of 1811, and joined the 2nd battalion of the 53rd in the Peninsula; 
commanded the light companies of tlie 6th division throughout the campaigns of 1811 and 12, 
including the skirmish with the enemy's cavalry near Caqiio, sieges of Ciudad Rodrigo, B idajoz, 
and the Forts at Salamanca, battle of Salamanca (horse sliot under him \ and siege of Burgos. 
Commanded a Provisional Battalion, consisting of four companies of the Queen's, and a like . 
number of the 53rd, at the l)attle of Toulouse. He has received the Gold Medal and one Clasp 
for Salamanea and Toulouse. 

6 Lieut.-Colonel Halkett served with the 2nd Light Infantry Battalion of the King's German 
Legion on the expedition to the North of Germany in 1805-6. Landed on the Island of Rugen 
in July 1807 ; was employed at the siege of Strahund, and in August re-embarked at Rugen for 
Copenhagen, where the battalion formed part of the besieging corps. In April 1808 embarked 
with Sir John Moore's army for Gottenburg, and from thence to Portugal ; belonged to the army 
which entered Spain with Sir John, and afterwards retired through Galhcia. Accompanied the 
expedition to Walcheren, and was present at tlie siege of Flusliing. In Jan. 1811 embarked for 
Portugal ; commanded the battalion at the battle of Albuhera, and was at the siege of Badajoz in 
1811 ; commanded the battalion during the campaign of 1812, including the siege of the forts at 
Salamanca, action of the heights of Moresco, battle of Salamanca, and retreat from Burgos when 
the Light Brigade K. G. L. formed the rear-guard with the cavaliy, and repulsed the repeated 
charges of the enemy's cavalry. In April 1813 embarked for the North of Germany, and was 
employed in organizing the Hanoverian troops; commanded a brigade of the same in Count Wal- 



War Services of the Lieutenant- Colonels. 7 1 

iiiodeu's army, ami was cngacritl at tlie ballK- of (ioirili', as al^o on sevoral otlier occasions. In 
Jan. 1814 commanded tho centre of the coips wliicli besicKed and captured Uluckstadt. Coin- 
inauditl the rijjlit of the corps whidi was employed at the blockade of llarburjjr. Served also the 
caiiipaiijn of I8I0, and was present at the buttle of NNiiterloo. He has received the Gold Medul 
and oi;c Clasp for the battles of Albuheru and i^alainancu. 

7 Lieut. -Colonel Hunt accompanied the 5"2nd to the IVrrol, in 1800, and was present iu the 
BctDii of the Heights. Accompanied Sir Jcdin Mooro us his Aidc-de-canip on the expedition to 
Sxutlen, and afterwanU to rortuj^al, in 1808, and served throufrhout tliat arduous campai|^n until 
the einbarkaiion of the troops at Corunua. Served witli the 2ud battalion during the Walchereu 
c;imi>ai;^i. In Jan. 181 1 embarked with the regt. for the Peninsula, and was present in the pur- 
suit of Masscna, action of Sabutral, battle of Fueijtes d'Onor, and all the various affairs in which 
tt.e lij;lit division was engaged in tliut cuin])aiyn ; during the la-st three mouths of which, and at 
the affair near Alfayates, he commanded the '2nd battalion. Commanded the 1st battalion at the 
siesre an<l a.<sj»ult of Badujoz, on which occasion the command of tbe second brigade of the light 
division devolved on him : for his conduct on this day he was promoted to the brevet rank of 
Lieut. -Colonel. Commanded the same brigade when the army went to repel Marshal Marmont 
from his prwlntory incursion into Portugal. Commanded the first battalion of the o2nd through- 
out the campaimi of ISl'J, including the battle of Salamanca and action of San Munos. Served 
with tlie light division diu'ing the operations of Marshal Soult to relieve Pampeluna. On tlie 31st 
Aug. 1813, commanded the volunteers of the light division at the assault of Sun Sebastian, and 
wa.-. twice severely woundetl : for his conduct on this occasion he was promoted to an effective 
Lieut. -Coloui ley in the G.ith. He has received the Gold Medal and three Clasps for Badajoz, 
Salamanca, and St. Sebastian ; and the Silver War Medal with two Clasps for Fuentes d'Onor and 
Pynnees. 

!( Lieut. -Colonel Harrison served with the oth iu Corsica iu 1795, and was present in several 
skirmishes near Adjaccio. Egy])tian campaign of 1801, including the aciions of tlie 8lh and '21st 
March. Capture of Coi>enhagen in 1807. Campaign of 1808-9, including the battles of Roleia, 
Vimiera, and Corunna. At the cajjture of Walcheren in 1809. Served afterwards in the Penin- 
sula, aud was present at the battle of Fuentes d'Onor, storming of Fort Napoleon near Almaraz, — 
commanded the right wing of the regt. while escalading the above fort, for which he obtained the 
bn\et rank of Lieut. -Colonel. Present at the affah'With the enemy at Alba de Tormes on the 
rot J eat of the anny from Madiid ; commanded the regt. at the repulse of an attack at Bejar, 
pres<Mit at the battle of Vittoria ; commanded the regt. in the actions in the Pyrenees on the itjth, 
'27th, '28111, '29th, 30th, and 31st July 1813; also at the battle of St. Pierre near Bayoiiue, action 
at Aire, battles of Orihes and ToiUouse. He has received the Gold ^Sledal and two Clusps for 
Pyn-nees, Nive, and Orthes. 

in Lieut. -Colonel Cuther covered the landing of the force under Sir David Baird at the Cape 
of Gootl Hoi)e in 1806 ; was pri>sent in the general action at Blue Berg, and in all the operations 
th.it took place until the surrender of the colony. Was afterwards embarked on board the scjuadron 
under Sir Hope Popham, doing duty as Marines, during which period the French frigiite Ln Vo. 
luntairc of 38 gims was taken. Covcnnl the advance of the force under General Beresford at the 
n'duction on the river Piute, and was engaged in every affair which took place at and in the vicinity 
of Buenos Ayres ; aud on the surrender of that i)lace was taken prisoner, together with the whoU 
fierce, and maiclied nearly 1000 miles into the interior. Landed in Portugal in 1808, and com- 
manded the light companies of the brigade under General Fi-rgusi>n at the battles of Ruleia aud 
Vimiera ; was afterwards engaged in every affair with his regt. (the 71st) on the retreat to Corunna 
aud in the action ut that place. Lunded again in Portugal in 181 1, and was ciigagtd at .Arroyo 
de Moliuii, when General Geranl was surprised, and all his cannon aud 1*200 prisonei-s taken. 
C'liiimandtd one of the storming parties when tlie forts at Almaraz on the Tugus were taken, for 
w 11 ell he obtaine<l the brevet of Lieut. -Colonel. Conmiaiided the 71st at the battle of Vittoria, 
nil which occasion he received three musket-balls through his clothes, one in the saddle, and was 
aKo wounded by another. He also served eleven years in Ceylon, and commanded in the Eastern 
Pr->vinecs iu the Kandian country during the rebellion in 1818. He has received the (jold Medal 
for Vittoria; and the Silver War .Medal wiili three Clasps for Roleia, Viii iera, and Corunna. 

11 Sir Julius Hurtmann ser\fl with the Hanoverian artillery in the Netherlands in 1793 untl 
94, and was pre;ent at the battle of Famars, siege of \alenciennes, battles of Frixjioede and 
lI<>:uh,oote, defence of aud .sortie from Menin, on which occasion he was made a prisoner. Coni- 
maiide<l a troop of horse artillery of tlie King's German Legion on theexi>editiou to the Continent 
ill IHtVi, under Lord Cat heart. With the expedition to Gottenburg in 1808. Went to Portugal 
with the army under Sir John .Moore, in command of the artdlery K. G. L., and wa< prt>ent ut 
the taking of Oporto, baltli-s of Talaveru and Busaco, action of Campo Mayor, and taking ot 
01iven<^a. Commanded artillery of the allietl army at the battle of Albuhera and at the affair o'" 
Arr.iyo de Molino. Present at the sieges of Badujoz aud at tlie forts of .Salamanca. Commanded 
the artillery of the 4th and .jth divUions at the battle of Salamanca. Present at the taking of the 
Rctiro at Madrid ; commande<l the reseno of artillery at the battle of Vittoria; and the advance 
to Sun Sebastian ; commanded the artillery of the left attack at the siege of that fortress; aud the 
artilhry of the lef\ column at the passage of the Bidassoa, the Nivelle, the Nive, and the Adour, 
and also before Bayonue. Sir Julius has received the Gold Cross and two Clasjis for Talavcra, 



72 I'Far Services of (he Lieutenant- Colonels. 

Albuhera, Salamanca, Vittoria, St. Sebastian, and Nive; and the Silver War Medal with three 
Clasps for Busaco, Badajoz, and Nivelle. 

12 Lieut.-Colonel Brown served in Holland in 1794, and was taken prisoner at the sui'render of 
Grave. Served afterwards in the West Indies with the 60th from the commencement of 1796 to 
June 1809, and was present at the captures of St. Lucia and Grenada, the attack on Porto Rico, 
and surrender of Surinam. Proceeded to the Peninsula in 1810, and was attached to the Portu- 
guese service ; present at the battle of Busaco and attack on the forts of Salamanca ; commanded 
the 9th Cacjadores at the battle of Salamanca, siege of Burgos (from 19th Sept. to 21st Oct.), 
blockade of Pampeluna, actions in the Pyi-enees near Pampeluna from 28th to 30th July ; actions 
near Ordax on the 31st Aug. and 7th Oct., battles of the Nivelle and Nive, and action near Ba- 
yonne on the 1.3th Dec. During the above service he was three times wounded. He has received 
the Gold Cross for Salamanca, Pyi'euees, Nivelle, and Nive. 

1.3 Sir Richard Church served at the Ferrol in 1800; the Egyptian campaign of 1801, including 
the actions of tlie 8th, 13tii, and 21st March, and taking of Alexandria. Served afterwards lu 
Najilfs, Sicily, and Calabria, and was present at the battle of Maida, and defence of Capri, at 
which last he was wounded in the head. At the capture of Ischia in 1809 ; on the expedition to 
the Ionian Isles, and at the taking of Zante and Cephalonia. Severely wounded in an attack on 
Stellaura, — left arm shattered by a musket. shot. Sir Richard has received the War Medal with 
one Clasp for I\Iaicla. 

14 Lieut.-Colonel Plenderleath served with the 49th on the expedition to the Baltic, and was 
present at tlie battle of Copenhagen on the 2nd April 1801. Served afterwards in the American 
war, and commanded the re;,'iment in the actions of Sloney Creek and Chrystler's Farm, as well as 
in affairs of less importance. He was severely wounded at Stoney Creek ; and he has received thr. 
Gold Medal for Chrystler's Farm. 

15 Lieut.-Colonel Hawkins served in the Peninsula with the 68th, and has received the Gold 
Medal and two Clasps for the battles of Vittoria, the Pyrenees, and Nivelle, having commanded 
the resiment in tliose battles. 

16 Lieut.-Colonel JIacdonell served in the American War, and has received the Gold Medal for 
the action at Chateauguay. 

17 Lieut. -Colonel Muttlebury joined the 55th, then encamped before Nimeguen,and served the 
severe winter campaign of 1794-5 in Holland. In Admiral Christian's fleet during the dreadful 
gales wli'ch proved fatal to so large a proportion of sliips ; after which he was present at the taking 
of St. Lucia, wliere he was employed eleven months against the Brigands, during whicli period 
the 65th h)st 25 officers and upwards of 600 men. Served with the reserve of the army under 
Sir Ralph Abercromby at the Helder in 1799. In November 1813 embarked with the 2nd bat- 
talion of the 09th for Holland, and was i)resent at the bombardment of the Fi-euch fleet at Antwerp 
and the storming of Bergen-op-Zoom, — for his conduct at the latter, although made prisoner, he 
was honoured with the brevet rank of Lieutenant-Colonel. Served also the campaign of 1815, 
including tiie battles of Quatre Bras and Waterloo,— early on the latter day he succeeded to the 
command of the regiment. 

18 Lieut.-Colonel ^Yilkins served in Ireland during the Rebellion in 1798; and was wounded 
at New Ross. Landed with the force that occupied Madeira in 1801. From thence proceeded to 
the West Indies, where he was employed on the Staff. In 1809 joined the 9Jth, now the Rifle 
Brigade, and embarked with the corps on the Scheldt expedition. In 1810 commanded a detach- 
ment of tlie regiment in the defence of Cadiz, and a battalion in 1812 at the battle of Salamanca. 
Accompanied the army to Madrid, and aided in covering the retreat into Portugal. In 1813 
advanced with the army to within range of the guns of Burgos, when the enemy abandoned the 
fortress. Was present at the battle of Vittoria, and in several minor affairs in following the 
retreating army to Pampeluna and San Sebastian. Volunteered his services at the storming of the 
latter, but the honour being subsequently claimed by a senior officer, he resumed the command of 
the 2nd bjttalion. and was sharply engaged with the enemy at the Bridge of Vera. Served in the 
campaign of 1815, including the advance on the ICtli June, retreat on the 17th, and was in the 
eomn-.and of the before-named bittalion on the field of Waterloo, when, by a discharge of grape- 
shot from the enemy's artillery, both himself and horse were felled to the ground. In 1817 he 
joined the Aimy of Occupaiion in France, but from the serious effects of his wound was compelled 
to i-eturn to England. He has received the Gold Medal for Salamanca, and the Silver War Medal 
with two Clasps for Vittoria and the Pyrenees. 

19 Lieut.-Colonel Miller served the campaign of 1815 with the 6th Dragoons, and was severely 
wounded at Waterloo. 

20 Sir Henry Pynn served in Ireland with the South Devon Militia during the Rebellion, in 
1798. Embarked with Sir Brent Spencer's Division in 1807, and was employed with the 82nd in 
Sicily ; subsequently disembarked at the Mondego in 1808, and was present at the battles of 
Roleia and Vimiera. Attached to the Portuguese troops on the 16th Nov. 1809, and was pi-esent 
at the battle of Busaco. Commanded a corps of Light Infantry at the battle of Fuentes d'Onor 
and siege of Badajoz in 1811 ; commanded the I8th Portuguese Regiment in Lord Hill's corps 
d'armee covering the siege of Badajoz and storming of the citadel in 1812 ; battle of Vittoria, 
action at the Pass of Maya; battles of the Pyrenees on the 28th and 30th July (severely wounded), 
action of Garris, battle of Orthes, action of Aire, and battle of Toulouse. Sir Henry has received 
the Gold Medal and two Clasps for Fuentes d'Onor, Pyrenees, and Orthes; and the Silver Wai 



War Services of the l.ieutenuiit-Colonels. 73 

.Mo<l«I with five Claaps for Roleia, Vimiern, Dusai-o, ViKoria, and Toulouse. After the termina- 
tion of thr Pcnlnsiflar War he continued with Marshal Lord Bercsford in the I'ortujruesc service 
to maintain the orK'anization of that army; was promoted a Hrigadier-General, and apjiointcd 
Lieut. -(iovemor of the town ami fortress of Valeneia ; and finally promoted to Major-Oeneral iu 
that army. 

21 Lieut. -Colonel Leach, aAer sening with the 7()th in the West Indies in 180:», 4, and 5, 
accoini)anied the Rifle Dri|{ade on the expedition to Copenhagen in 1807, and was present at the 
battle of Kioge. lie servetl 8Ub8e(|uently in the Peninsula from 18(>8 to the end of that war in 

1814, Including the battles of Roleia, Vimiera, and Busaco, action of the Coa, retreat to the lines 
of Torres Vedras. battle of Fuentes d'Onor, sie^'es of Ciudad Rodrigo, and Badajoz, battle of 
Saianiuncu, i-etreat from .Madrid, battle of Vittoria, various actions iu the Pyrenees, passage of 
the llidassoa and attack on tlie enemy's position at the Pass of Vera, battks of the Nivelle, 
battles of the Niveon tlieOth, lOth, 11th, and 12th Dec, action at Taibes, and battle of Toulouse, 
iH^ides numerous affairs of van and rear guards and skirmishes. Served also the campaign of 

1815, including the battles of (iuatre Bras and Waterloo, at which last the command of the Ist 
hntlulion devolved on liim. Colonel Leach has received several contusions, the Hi-stat Holeia, the 
next at the Coa, and again by u fragment of a shell at Waterloo. He obtained the brevet rank of 
Major for his conduct at Vittoria, and that of Lieut -Colonel and Companionship of the Bath, for 
Waterli (>. He has received the Silver War Medal with twelve Clasps. 

2*2 Lieiit.-Coionel Wilson served with the 4th on the expedition to the Helder m 1799, and 
W*8 present in the actions of the 'Jnd and (ith October. Siege of Copenhagen in 18U7. Expedi- 
ticn. flrsT to Sweden and aft- rwai-ds to the Ptnin.-uhi, under Sir John Moore, including the retreat 
through Spiiin, and liattle of Corunna (wounded). Accompanied it to Walcheren in 1809. 
Joined the army at the Lines of Torres Vedras in 1810, and was afterwards present in the pursuit 
of Massena, action of Sabugal, battle of Fuentes d'Onor, action at Barba del Puerco, storming of 
Badajoz (severely woiindefl ). Aide-de-camp to Major-General Pringle at the battle of Salamanca, 
capture ■ f Sladrid and the Retiro, siege of Burgos and retreat therefrom, aflair of Villa Muriel, 
battles of the Nivelle, the Nive, and St. Pierre, Orilus, and St. Palais. Served also the campaign 
of 1810; commanded tliC 4th at the battle of Waterloo, and was wounded. He Iims received the 
Gold Mt-dal for Baflajoz ; and the Silver War Medal with six Clasps for Corunua, Fuentes d'Onor, 
Palamanca, Pyrenees, Nivelle, and Nive. 

2:) Lieut -Colonel the Hon. Dawson Damer accompanied Lord Cathcart to Russia as his Aide- 
dc-cam|. in 1812. Attached to Sir Robert Wilson, and was present with the Russian Army at 
the retreat of the French Cavalry from Moscow. In 1813 present in the Allied Army at the battles 
of Lutzen, Bautzen, Wurtzen, and Culm. Attached to Count Walmoden, and was present at tiie 
operations before Hamburg ami in Holsteiu in 1813. In the spring of 1814 entered France with 
the Allied Army, and was employed with the Corps d'Armee serving in the Low Countries. In 
the same year appointed Ar-sistaut-Quarter-Master-Gcneral to the army under tiie orders of the 
Prince of Orange; and in June 1815 was present in the same capacity at the battles of Quatre 
Bras and Waterloo. 

24 Lieut. -Colonel Burer was employed in 1800 with an Austrian Corps d'Armee, and frequently 
engaged l)efore the enemy, especially at Kloster liberach. In 1801 he ^erved the E-iyjitiau cam- 
paign, ai:d was iniiajiefl on the 17th and 21st .Vug. in driving the enemy into Alexandria. In 1807 
he accori panled Sir Harry Burrard as Aide-de-camp on the expedition to the Baltic, and was 
frequently enyagcd before Copenhagen on outpost duties, and present at its siege and capture. In 
1«)S he served in Portugal, and was present with the 71s't at the battles of Roleia and Vimiera. 
In 18(19 he was em])loye<l as Deputy-.Assistitnt-Adjutant-Gencral with the Walcheren expedition, 
and was prewnt at tlie ^iege and taking of Flushing and Ter Vere. In March 1811 he embarked 
with two companies of the 71st for Portugal, and remained with the regiment in the Peninsula 
until Jan. 1613, and was pnsent with the covering division before Badajoz in 181 1, and iu April 
1812 ; also at Arroyo de Molino and Almaraz. He has received the War Medal with three Clasps 
for Egypt, Roleia, and Vimiera. 

2o Lieut.-Colonel the Hon. Robert Moore served in the Peninsula with the Coldstream Guards 
from Jan. 1813 to the end of that war iu 1814. Also the campaign of 1815, and was severily 
wounded at Waterloo. 

2«» Lieut.-Colonel Purvis served in the Peninsula with the Hoyal Dragoons, and ha* reeeivid 
the Gold Medal for the battle of Vittoria, ond the Silver War Medal with two Clasps for Fueuus 
d'Onor and Toulouse. 

27 Lieut.-Colonel Robert Macdonald, lulo of the Royal Artillery, serTcd in the Peninsula, and 
bat receivefl the Gold Me»Ial for the battle of Salamanca. 

28 Lltut -Colonel Fuller served with the 5Uth at the capture of the Cape of Good Hojhj in 
IWKl; the Pci.insular campaigns from Dec. 1812 to Feb. 1814, including tho battle of Aittoria, 
•iejfe of San Si bsslian, and battle of the Ni\e, where he was wounded in the ihoulder atid 
thigh. Campaign of I hi:,, including the battle of Waterloo, storming of Cambray. and capture 
nf Paris. (".iBomanded the r«gimfiit at the siege and capture t]f IJhurtpore, in Ifia-C, under 
Ix)rd Combermere, and was slightly woandid in tho arm. Ho has received the Gold Medal 
f<iT San Sebastian, having commanded the regiment tliere ; and tho Silver War Medal with 
three Clasps f>.r Vittoria, NiTiIle. and Nive. 



74 War Services of the Lieutenant- Colonels. 

29 Lieut-Colonel Bell served with the 48 th at the blockade of Malta, and fiiege of La Valetta. 
Also in the Peninsula from 1809 to the end of that war in 1814, including the passage of the 
Douro, battle of Albuhera (wounded), actions at Aldea de Ponte and Fuente Guinaldo, siege of 
Ciudad Radrigo, siege and assault of Badajoz (severely wounded), battles of Salamanca, the 
Pyrenees, Nivelle, Orthes, and Toulouse. He has received the Gold Cross for Salamanca, 
Pyrenees, Nivelle, and Orthes, having on those occasions commanded the regiment ; and the 
Silver War Medal with four Clasps for Albuhera, Ciudad Rodrigo, Badajoz, and Toulouse. 

30 Lieut.-Colonel Thomson served in the Peninsula with the 14th Light Dragoons and was 
present at the battles of Nivelle, Nive, Orthes, and Toulouse, for which he has received the 
"War Medal with four Clasps. 

31 Lieut.-Colonel Robert Macdonald late of 35th regiment, served at the siege of Port 
Bourbon and capture of Martinique in 1808-9. Present with the 3rd battalion of the Royals 
in the retreat from Burgos in 1812, and in the subsequent campaigns of 1813 and 14, including 
the action at Osma, battle of Vittoria, assault on the convent of San Sebastian 17th July, 
assault on the town 25th of July (severely wounded) ; and on the 31st Aug., although suffering 
from the effects of bis wound, was present and engaged at the successful assault on San Sebas- 
tian, where he commanded two companies ordered to the breach in advance of the first brigade 
of the 5th division, and was at the surrender of the castle on the Sth of Sept. Engaged at the 
passage of the Bidassoa, battle of the Nivelle, battles of the Nive on the 10th, 11th, and 12th 
Dec, and repulse of the sortie from Bayonne. Served also the campaign of 1815, including 
the battles ot Quatre Bras and "Waterloo, where he was severely wounded. He has received 
the War Medal with five Clasps. 

32 Lieut.-Colonel Basden's services :— Mahratta war of 1803, 4, and 5, including the taking 
of Berhampore, Asseerghur, Argaum, Lasslgaum, Chawdore, Jaulnah, and Gawilleghurr. 
American War in 1813 and 14, and was engaged at Longwonds (severely wounded in the 
thigh) ; Fort Erie, Black Rock, Buffalo, and battle of the Falls (wounded). Served also 
throughout the Burmese war. He has received the iMedal and four Clasps for Asseerghur, 
Argaum, Gawilleghurr, and Ava. 

33 Lieut.-Colonel Gates, during eight years' active service in the West Indies, was frequently 
engaged with the entmy, ajid twice severely wounded, viz. in the right side by a musket- ball at 
Cute de Fer, and in the left ankle in an attack near Port an Prinze. Served also five years in 
the East Indies and in Egypt, and crossed the Desert under Sir David Baird. With the expe- 
dition to vSouth America in 1807. Subsequently throughout the whole of the Peninsular war, 
including the battles of Talavera (severely wounded on the head by the bursting of a shell), 
Busaco, and Fuentes d'Ouor ; 2nd and 3rd sipges of Badajoz, — severely wounded at the storming 
of Fort Picurina ; battles of Vittoria, Nivelle, and Orthes,— severely wounded through the right 
thigh. He has received a Gold Medal for services in Egypt ; and the Silver War !\Iedal with 
ten Clasps. 

34 Lieut.-Colonel Pratt served with the 82nd at the siege and capture of Copenhagen in 1807 ; 
in Portugal and Spain in 1808-9, including the battles of Roleia and Vimiera, retreat to, and 
battle of Corunna, for which he has received the War Medal with three Clasps. At Walcheren 
in 1809, and was severely wounded at the investment of Flushing. In 1813 he was appointed 
to the Quarter- Master- General's staff of the army on the eastern coast of Spain, and served with 
a portion of that army in Italy and in the south of France until the close of the war in 1814. 

35 Lieut.-Colonel Spottiswoode served with the 71st in the Peninsula under Sir John Moore 
and afterwards under the Duke of Wellington ; he was with the storming party at Badajoz, and 
was severely wounded in the spine. 

37 Lieut.-Colonel Hortuu served the campaign in Calabria under Sir John Stuart with the flank 
companies of the 61st and was present at the battle of ]Maida. He served also in the Peninsula and 
was severely wounded at the battle of the Nivelle. He has received theWarjNIedal with two Clasps. 

38 Lieut. -Cilonel Laing served in the Peninsula with the 61st and was wounded at Talavera, 
for which battle he has received the War Medal with one Clasp. 

39 Lieut.-Colonel Sail served at the taking of Maldonado and Monte Video in 1807. Alsj 
in the Peninsula from 1813 to the end of that war in 1814, and was present at the repulse of 
the sortie from Biyonno. 

40 Lieut.-Colonel Terry served the campaign of 1799 in Holland with the 25th, including the 
battle of Egmont-opZee. Expedition to Egypt and surrender of Alexandria in 1801 ; capture 
of Madeira in 1807 ; capture of Guadaloupe and St. Martin's in 1810 ; re-capture of Guada- 
loupe in 1815. He has received the War Mudil with two Clasps for Egypt and Guadylmipe. 

41 Lieut.-C<donel Whelan served in the American war with the Royal Newfoundland Fencibles. 

42 Lieut.-Colonel Grieve served at the siege of Tarragona. 

43 Lieut.-Colonel Fairtlough served at the bombardment of Ter Vere, and siege and capture 
of Flushing in 1809. Also at the capture of Guadaloupe in 1815. 

44 Lieut.-Colonel Streatfeild served the Mahratta campaign of 1804, 5, and 6, including the 
assault of Bburtpore, with the Grenadiers of the 65th, when out of 17 officers antl 300 men who 
marched to the assault, 14 officers and 190 men were either killed or wounded. At the capture 
of the Isle of France in 1810. Served the Mahratta cimpaign of 1817 and 18, including the cap- 
ture of Hatrass. 



War Services of' the LicutcnaiU-ColuaeU. 76 

45 Lieut.-Colonel Senior was severely wounded in the action between II. M. packet Lapwing 
ind the Amerioiui j>rivuteer Fhx, off Biirbiuloes, 30th Sept. 181.}. 

46 Lieut. Colon.'l Hughes scrvni the Egyptian citmpainii of 1801 with th" 24th. Engaged 
irith u French sijuadrcii in the Misambique Channel, .'lid July 1810. Served the Nepaul catn- 
jaigns of 1814, 13, and 16, anil was wounded at Hamapore. Serv»>d also dunnj^ the Mahrattu 
»ar >if 1816. 17, and 18. Gold Meilal from the Grand Seignior for services in Egypt; and also 
;he Silver War Mtdil with one t'lisp. 

47 Lieut.-Colonel Watson was 28 years in the 14th regt., the greater part of which time he 
lemd in the West and East Indies, and retired from active service in consequence of total loss 
)f sight. He was at the capture of the Isle of France in 1810 ; of Java in 1811, includng the 
DTebtment anil storming of Fort Cornelia, and storming the heights of Serondde; previous to 
whieh he was activply m^agfd on the coast when embarkul in H M. 8. Minden. and at St. 
Nicholas Point command-d a detachment of the 14th and Hi) at Mariucs, and d, f.-ut' d a very 
uperior French force of the enemy's b-'st troops sent to attack that po»itii>n. In 1812, he was 
it the St irminir of Djocjocarta. In 1813, at the subjugatii^n of the riratical Stat-^ of Sambas in 
be Island of Bjrneo, when he comaaauded the cdumn which attacked the st ickad-s 1« ading up 
«) the t«)wn, on which occasion he was woiuidtd. He has re^ieived the War Medal with one 
CIs!"}) for Java. 

A% Lieut. -Colontl Noith served with the 7th Fusiliers, on the expedition against C'^penhagen, 
n 18(»7. With the 2iid battalion of the 14th, on the exptditinn under Sir Uavid Baird, and was 
n the retreat t)f Sir John Moore's army, and at the battle of Corunna, for wliicli he has received 
.he War Medal wuh one Cluip. Accompanitd the battalion to Walcheren, and was present at 
he siege of Flushing. 

49 Sir John Scott Lillie served in the 6th regt. with the first expedition to Portugal in 1808, 
ind was present at the battle of Vimiera, and capture of Lisb n In 1809. as Captain in the 
Lusiianian Legiim. in various e n2a:jHni» nts for the defence of Portugal during the important 
nt«rval b» twe»n the embarkation at Corunna and the return of the second expedition to Li-tbon. 
Campaign of 1810 — battle of Ba^ac^>, and retreat to th • Lillys at Torres Vedras. 1811 — 
Aetioni of Pombal and Hednha capture of Campo Mayor, sieges of Olivenca and Badajoi 
1812— Bafle of Salananca capture of Madrid, and retreat from Burgos. 181-3 — Aeti.nj at 
\idea d- P. nte. Osma. and Brid^^e of Subijana d-' M irellas (wound d) batt'e of Viit iria, block- 
id* of Pampeluna aotioiu in the Pyrenees on the 24th 25th, 26'h, 28th, and 30th July, anions 
)f Iran and St Mai tial, capture of San Seba>tian, passage of the B dajsoa, baciles of the Nirclle 

iround»-d) and the Nive. 181 1 — Battles of Urthes and Toulouse, at which last he was severely 
iroundtd and left for forty -eight hours on the field of battle, supposed to have been killed. Sir 
lohn bus received the Gold Cross for the battles of the Pyrenees, Nivelle, Orthes, and Toulouse; 
ind the Silver War M- dal with seven Clasps for the others. 

50 Lieut. -Coloiul De Lancey served witti the 9th Light Dragoons at Walcheren in ISO'J; and 
n the Peninsula during parts of 1811, 12, and 13. 

51 Lieut. -Colonel Fox .served in the Peninnula with the 30th and was present at the battle of 
Faent«-s d'Onor, for which he has received the War Medal with one Clasp. 

52 Lieut.-Colonel Spedd ng served in the PenMnu'a with the 4lh iJrugoons, and was present at 
he battles of Ta'iivera, Busaco, Albuhera. nn I Salaman a (for which he has received the War 
^(rdal with fiurCia^ps), acti' nsof Caupo Mayor, L»s Santos, and Usagro. besid>'s other ufF.iirs. 

53 Lieut.-Colonel Hall servtd at the capture of the IsIh of France in 1810; on the expedition 
o Java, in 181 1, including the actions at Bitavia and Weltevreidrn, storming the entrenched 
ines at Fort ('orneli«, storming the heigh's of S.-randole. and capture of the fort of S imarang. 
'resent also at the siege and storu^ng of Bhurtpore in 1.825-6. lie has received the War Medal 
rith one Clasp for Java. 

54 LieuL-Colonel Tr.>nson served in the West Indies from 1808 to 1812, including the eap- 
ureof Mirtiniquo and siege of Fort Bourb >n in 1809, and capture of Gu-iHaluupe in 1810 The 
ampaigns of 1813, 14, and 1.1, in Canada, including the operations against Plattsbirg. Through- 
•ut the Burmfse war, and commanded a detachment of thf? I'Uh, which took possession of the 
}ity of Biisein previous to the arrival of Sir K ibert Sile's Fi.igade destined for its capture ; 
J»o present at K'k.in, 15th Dee. 1826, Pdgoda Point, Napidie, Mehadie, Melloon, where 
he Command of the 13ih devolved up>n him, and on the 9ih Feb. 18i6. aC the storming of 
'agamue, where he wa» wound« d in the right leg, but c mtinui d t<) lead the left wing until most 
ererely wounded in tfie l< ft leg, whera the ball siill remuins. Served the camjaign in AflF- 
baaislan und-r Lord K"une, and coinmandd the 13th at the a«.-ault bnl cajeure of the 
•'ortress and Citadel of Ghuznee, fur which ho obtained the brevet rank of Lit ut.-C ilonel and 
)rder of the Doranee Empire. C oinmiinded the regiint-nt throughout the earapaign in Ivohisiao, 
nd at the sieges of Tootumd irrah, Jhoolghur (l»d and cominunded the siormiiiu' party), 
light attack at B iboo Koosh Gbiir, Ivirdurrab, aad Perwundiirrah, when D st M ihomed 
urrcndered, and the force returnt d to Cabul. He has received the Wur .Medal with two 
.'la«p» for .Martinique and Guudaloupc ; llie M'dal for Ava ; and Medal for Gliu/.aee. 

55 Lieut -Colonel Carruthers serNed the campaign in AtTgliuuistan and Beloocbistan, and 
ommanded the Hr-gt. at the assault and capture of the fortress of Ghuznee (.Medal), and at the 
ssault and capture of the fortress and citadel of Khclat. He commanded the Forces, as a Briga- 

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76 War Services of the Lieutenant- Colonels. 

dier,in tbe Southern Concan and Sawant Warree Country during the campaign of 1844 and 45, 

56 Lieut.-CoL Mac Dowell served with the Army of India, under Lord Combermere in 
1825-6, and was present at the siege and capture of Bhurtpore (Medal and Clasp). Served 
with the Army of the Indus under Lord K^ane, throughout the campaign in AfFabanistan- 
in 1838-9, and commanded the 16th Lancers at the storm and capture of Ghuznee (Medal and 
Or ss Dooranee Order). Commanded a Brigade of Cavalry in the Army of Reserve, as- 
sembled on tbe Sutlej in 1842. Served with the Army of Gwalior in 1843, and commandec 
the 16th Lancers in the action of Maharajpore (Medal and C B) Served throughout th{ 
Sutlfj campaign under Lord Gough in 1846. Commanded the 16th Lancers at the Battle ol 
Budiwal ; a Brigade of Cavalry at Aliwal, and subsequently a Brigade of Cavalry, with £ 
Troop of Horse Artillery attached, from Sobraon to the occupation of Lahore, and terminatioi 
of the campaign (Medal for Aliwal and Clasp for Sobraon). 

56t Lieut.-Colontl Singleton served in the Peninsula from 1811 to 1813, and was slight!) 
wouuded at the siege of the forts at Silamanca. and twice severely wounded at the battle o 
Salamanca, for wliich battle he has received the "War Medal with one Clasp. 

57 Lieut -Colonel Anderson's services: — ExptditioQ to Calabria, including the battle oi 
Maida and subsequent opfTcitions. and capture of the fortress of Catrone; expedition to Egypi 
in 1807; Peninsula from April 1809 to Jan. 1812, including the b titles of Talavera (wounded 
and Ba^aco, retreat to the lines of Torres Vedras, and various affairs there; with the advanc( 
at Espinhal, bit'le of Fuentes d'Onor, and many other affairs and skirmishes. Served a' 
the capture of Guadaloupe in 1815. Commanded a brigade at the battle of Punniar (Medal) 
and was severely wounded at its head when in tbe act of charging the enemy's guns. He hai 
received the War Medal with four Clasps for Maida, Talavera, Busaco, and Fuentes d'Onor. 

58 Lifut -Colonel Harty served with the 33rd at the capture of Bourbon and the Isle o 
France in 1810 ; the campaigns of 1813 and 14 in Germany and Holland, including both thi 
attacks on M^rxem, and the assault on Bergen-op-Zoom. Also the campaign of 1815, includinj 
the battle of Quatre Bras, the retreat on the following day, and battle of Waterloo, — slightb 
wounded. 

59 Lieut-Colonel Crabbe served in the Peninsula from Jan. 1810 to the 31st Dec. 1812, am 
again from June 1813 to the *nl of the war, including the whole of the retreat to the lines o 
Torres Vedras ; battle of Busaco ; the advance from the lines to Guarda -, first siege c 
Balaji'Z ; siege and storm of Ciudad Rodrigo ; siege and storm of Badajoz ; battle o 
Salamnn 'a ; capture of Madrid, and subsequent retreat through Spain ; battles of Nivelle, Nive 
Vic, Tarbos, Ofthes, and Toulouse, and the whole of the various minor affairs during tha 
period. "Wounded 15ih March 1811, at Foz d'Arouce, when commanding a party which drovt 
a French piquet from the said village. "Wounded again at Toulouse, when attacking the Tfiti 
de Pont. He has reoeived the War Medal with eight Clasps. 

60 Lieut.-Colonel Mrade served with the 88th in the Pminsula in the campaigns of 1811, 12 
13, aud 14, including the battle of Fuentes d'Onor, siege of Badajoz in 1811, battle o 
Sa'aaaanca (wnunHeci), siege and storming of Badajoz, passage of the Nivelle and the Nive 
bartl^s ot Orihes and Toulouse, In 1814 he accompanied his Regiment to America, and thi 
following year joined the army of occupation in France. In 1821 he embarked for India on th' 
S aff of Sir Thomas Reynell. and was at the siege and storming of Bhurtpore, for the capture o 
which fortress he receivea the rank of Major. He has received the War Medal with six Clasps 

61 Lieut.-Colonel "Wildman served in the Peninsula, France, and Flanders, with the 7tl 
Husi-ars, and was present at the battle of "Waterloo. He has received the War Medal will 
one Cl'isp for Orthes. 

62 Lit ut. -Colonel Forster served with the Scots Fusilier Guards before Bayonne in 1814. 

63 Lifut.- Colonel Beetham aerved in the Egyptian expedition of 1807 ; also at the taking© 
Sam a Maura. 

64 Lit'ut.-Colonel Bragge served in the Peninsula with the 3rd Dragoons from 1811 to th' 
end of that war in 1814, and was present in the battles of Salamanca and Vittoria, for which h' 
has received the War Medal with two Clasps. 

65 Lieut.-Colonel Albert Goldsmid served in the Peninsula with the 12th Light Dragoons 
from 1812 to the end of that war in 1814, including the cavalry affairs at Castiajon, Quintar 
de Puerta, and Mmasterio ; battles of Sa'amanca, Vittoria, Nivelle, and Nive (for which h 
has received the War Medal with four Clasp.-); and siege of San Sebastian. Served alsi | 
during the campaign of 1815, anl was present at the battle of "Waterloo. 

66 Lie ut.-Colonel Mauarthur was present as an Ensign in the 60ih at the battle of Corunns 
He afterwards served with the 39ih in Sicily, and a^iain in Spain, where he was engaged witl 
the enemy at Vittoria, in the Pyrenees, at the Nivelle and the Nive, at Bayonne, Orthes, am 
Toulouse, and where he also served on the personal staff of the late Lt.-Gtn. Sir Bober 
0"Callaghan. He accompanied his regiment from Bourdeaux to Canada, and afterwards server 
with it in the Army of Occupation in France. He lias received the War Medal with seven Clasps 

67 Lieut.-Colonel Macdowall served the campaign of 1814 in Holland with the 52nd 
including the actions at Merxem and bombardment of Antwerp. ; 

68 Lieut.-Colonel Hely served with the 57th in the Peninsula j and having joined Lori 
Hill's division in 1809, he was afterwards present at the battle of Busaco, in the actions o 



JFur Se)Ticcs of the Lieutenant-Colonels. 77 

^offlbal and R«diuha, the first siogo of Biidajo/, batUo of Albuhera — where he was twic« 
rounded, and held the commnnd of the regiment ufter that action ; battles of the Pyrenees, 
.■livelle, Nivo, and that before Baycnne on the I3th Dec. 1813 ; affairs of Terache, Aire, and 
Tarbes, and battle of Toulouse. Sailed for Cana ia at the conclusion of this war ; returned 
fler the peace with America, landing at Ostend ; marched to Paris, and served with the Army 
,f Occupation until the breaking up of that force. lie has received the War Medal with five Clasps. 
I 69 Lieut. -Colonel Howers was slightly wounded at AVaterloo. 

70 Lieut. -Colonel Arnaud served in the Peninsula with tlie lltli and was present at the 
'Sttles of Bu»aco and Toulouse, for which hu has received the War Medal with two Clasps. 

71 l.ieut.. Colonel Towers served the Waterloo campaign with the 7th Hussars. 

I li Sir Thomas Livingstone Mitchell served with the '.i.">th (Rifle Brigade) at the sieges of 
'iudud Rodrigo and Uadajoz ; and on the Quarter-Master-General's staff untd the termination 
if the Peninsular war, whm he was sent back to Spain and Portugal on a special mission to make 
orreys of the fields of battle and positions of the armies. He has received the War Medal with 
ve Clasps. 

73 Lieut,- Colonel Williams previously to entering the arm)- served five years as Midshipman 
p the navy, and was engaged in the attack of the French Fleet by Admiral Cornwallis on the 
lit Aug. 18(i.">. Assisted in the disembarkation of the British Army in Portugal in Aug. 1S08, 

• its embarkation during and after the battle of Corunna in 18ii9. Accompanied the 

■n to Walehercn the same year, and served in the squadron of gun-boats in the Scheldt 

k' the disembarkation of the army, and at the bombardment and capture of the fortresses 

f 1 > r \'ere, Kiimakios, and Flushing. Landed witli a division of sailors on the Island of 

•outli Bcveland, and was present at the taking of Furt Buiz. and at the subseciuent defence and 

-pulse of the enemy inTheir repeated etforts to repossess themselves of that important post ; 

frequent gun-boat actions co-operating with the army during their evacuation of those 

11 ISlK. He quitted the navy and entered the army in Feb. 1811, and joined the 4th 

- .1 Portugal in August of the same year, and served in that corps and the 77th, into which 

e w .s promoted from that period, to the termination of that war in 1814, without being a day 

ibieut from his regt He was present at the siege and storming of Badajoz, at the operations 

jQ the Hi lassoa and Adour, and affairs at St Jean de Luz, and at the Mayor's House in front 

f Bidart in Dec. 1813, ai,d at the investment of Bayoune and repulse of the sortie. He has 

Bcei\ed the War Medal with one Clasp for Uadajoz. 

74 l.ieut. -Colonel Nepean served in the Peninsula with the 16tli Light Dragoons and was 
iresent at the battle of the Nive on the Oih Dec. 1813, for wliich action he has received the War 
(ledal with one Clasp. He served also the Waterloo campaign. 

7' I.ieut.-Colonel the Earl of Albemarle served the Waterloo campaign with the 14th Foot. 

T.ieut-Colonel Burney served at the capture of Ischiu and Pmcida, in 1809 ; defence of 

i 1810 ; action of the Coa and Subugul, battle of Furntes d'Onor, retreat from Burgos. 

'■ the campaign of 1814 in Hcilland, including the action at Merxem, bombardment of 

vniwerp. and storming of Bergen-op-Zoopi. Engaged in the Burmese war at the attack of 

.'aduwa Pass and the fortified p'sitions of Mihatee ; storming the stockades and hills near, and 

iking ihn town and works of Arracan. Woundid on the Kith June 181."), at Quatro Bras, by a 

: -shot in the left shin, and dangerously by a ball which entered the back part of the head. 

received the War Medal with one Clasp for Fucntcj d'Omr. 

!.;eut -Colonel U jchfort was at the capture of the Isle of Franco in 1810 ; and of Java in 

'II, including capture of Cornelis, storming of Serandola and Fort Djoejocarta. Storming of 

edoubti at the island of Borneo ; Nepaul catnpaign in 1S14 ; siege and storm of Uattras ; 

f^hmttu campaigns of 1817 and 18 ; siege and storm of Bburtpore 182.)-G. Ho has received 

" r Mcd.tl with one Clasp for Java. 

1. cut. -Colonel Leslie served with the ")4th at the attack and capture of St. Domingo in 

. in Stralsund under Oeneral Gibbs in 1813 ; the subsequent campaign in Holland under 

- Til ],) nedoch, in-luding the attack on Merxem, and bumbardmtnt of Antwerp. Campaign of 

81.j under the Duke <>f Wellington ; commanded and kd the storming party al Cambiayen the 

4ih June. .S^-rved at the Capeof Good Hi>pe in Isl'.». Alsn ia the Burmese war ; commanded 

' ' 1 the left column ut the Pass on the i!Gth .Murch 182.> ; and on the following day com- 

1 and led the .'i4ih at the allaek and capture of Muhatee, as also at the assault and 

of .Arracan on the Ist .\prd, and at the attack and capture of Ramrec in ^Liy 182.». 

I. cut -Colonel Rotton served in the Peninsula from April 1812 to June 181.3, ineludine 

•'le of Salamanco, for which he haa receivetl the War Medal with t ne Clasp. He served 

campaign ot 181j, an<l wa^ present at the battle* of Ciuatrc Bras and Waterloo. He 

ifterward* in the East Indies, and was present at the siege and capture of Bburtpore 

l.ieut -Colonel Clark served the campaign of 1815, including the battle of Waterloo and 
i.M.iiiiig of Cambray. Served also the campaigns of 1824 and 2') in Ava, including the taking 
f Kiingoon, Kimendine, Kamaroot, and Mahattee. Ltd the attack upon the forliiied heighu 
t Aracao, and was severely wounded in the ntck, arm, and left side. 
91 Lieut. -Colonel Duudas served in the 47th on the expedition to South America in 1806-7, 
nd wu present at the taking of Maldonado, in several skirmishes, and at the attack and 

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78 War Services of the Lieutenant- Colonels, 

storming of Monte Video. He served afterwards in the East Indies, and was present in 1814 at 
the capture of the Fort of Now Nuggur, and in sereral skirmishes. He served also in the 
Burmese Territory from Jan. 1826 till peace was proclaimed. 

82 Lieut. -Colonel Gray accompanied the expedition which sailed under Sir David Baird, in 
1805, and was present at the taking of the Cape of Good Hope, Jan. 1806. Accompanied the 
division sent from the Cape to co-operate with the expedition from India for the reduction of 
the Isle of France, having resigned the situation of Major of Brigade to the Royal Artillery at 
the Cape, to accompany the division as a volunteer. NVrecked in the King George transport, 
1st Nov. 1805 (on which occasion Brigadier- General York was drowned), and saved several 
lives by his personal exertions, having been the last taken from the rocks by the boats of the 
Leda frigate. 

83 Lieut. -Colonel Piper served six campaigns in the Peninsula, France, and Flanders, from 
March 1810 to the 27th Jan. 16. From 1810 to 12 was employed in the Lines of Lisbon and 
Almeida; and from Jan. 1812 to the conclusion of hostilities in 1815, held the command of a 
division of a Pontoon Train ; (hiving been entrusted during that period with the organization 
and equipment of four several bridges;) threw the bridges of the Guadiana, Tagus, Bidassoa, 
Gave d'Oleron, Garronne, and Seine ; served in the trenches at the last siege of Badajoz, from 
the morning of the 18th to the 23rd of March, when the bridges of communication below the 
town being destroyed and sunk, was despatched (by order of the commander of the forces) to 
re-establish and remain with them — parsing shot, shell, and ammunition during the nights, and 
provisions during the day time — for the remainder of the operations ; received the thanks of Sir 
Rowland Hill at the passage of the Tagus in August same year, on the advance of his column 
to Madrid ; and subsequently, when on route to Salamanca (in consequence of the enemy's 
cavalry intercepting the communication through the Sierra-do- Gato) was commanded by 
written instructions from the C9mmander of the forces to retire with the bridges on Alcaatra 
de la Reina and Badajoz, to Elvas, and finally to Abrantes ; where, equipping a fresh train of 
boats for the operations of the ensuing year, advanced with the army from Sibugal and Frey- 
nada to the Ebro and Vittoria; passage of the Bidassoa in Oct. and latter part of the blockade 
of Pamplona; actions of the 9th and 11th Dec. 1813 at Bayonne ; do. Toulouse in 1814; passed 
and repassed His Grace the Commander of the Forces and Staff during the operations of the 
day, from the right to the left bank of the river, on a fly-raft of tiiree boats ; and subsequently, 
advancing to Mongiscard on the Canal Royal du Midi, proceeded thence to Bordeaux. Pro- 
ceeded to Ceylon, East Indies, 16 June 16. Served as commanding engineer in the Kandian 
Provinces, during the insurrections of 1817 and 18. He has received the War Medal with three 
Clasps. 

84 Lieut.-Colonel Fogo served in America during the whole war, induing the battle of 
Plattsburg. 

85 Lieut. -Colonel the Honourable "William Arbuthnott served in the Peninsula, and was 
present at the passage of the Douro, and the battles of Oporto, Talavera, and Busaco : for the 
two last he has received the War Medal with two Clasps. 

86 Lieut.-Colonel Henry Blachley served in the Peninsula and France from Feb 1812 to 
Aug. 1814, including the siege and capture of Badajoz, atfair of Castrajon, battle of Salamanca, 
capture of Madrid and the Retiro, siege of Bargos, and retreat from' thence, affair of Osma, 
battle of Vittoria, siege and capture of San Sebastian (both operation) passage of the Bidassoa 
and the Nivelle, actions of the 9th, 10th, 11th, and 12th Dec. 1813, in front of Bayonne, 
passage of the Adour, investment of Bayonne and repulse of the sortie, on which occasion he 
was wounded in the liead by a musket-ball. He has received the Silver War Medal with five 
Clasps. 

87 Lieut.-Colonel Stopford-Blair served on the expedition tn South America in 1807. The 
campaign of 1815, including the battles of Quatre Bras and Waterloo (received a contusion), 
and capture of Paris. 

88 Lieut -Colonel Belson served in the Peninsula and South of France from July 1809 to 
the end of the war in 1814, including the retreat from Tulavera, action in fmnt of Almeida, 
action of the Coa, battle of Busaco, actions at Pombal, Redinha, Cazal Nova, Foz d'Arouce, 
and Sabugal ; battle of Fuentes d'Onor, a!nions on the heights of the Agueda, sieges of Cmdad 
Rodrigo and Badajoz, actions at Castrajon (severely wounded), San Munos, San Milan, and 
Osma; battle of Vittoria, action with the French, 28tti June 1813, in the morning before they 
entered Pampelnna, in which he captured their last gun from Vittoria ; actions in the P^ renees, 
passage of the Nivelle, Nive, and Gave d Oleron; and battle of Orthes, besides various minor 
affairs and skirmishes. He has received the War Medal with nine Clasps. 

90 Lieut.- Colonel Harvey served at the investment of Kolapore in the East Indies, in Sept. 
1827. Employed on the Staff in the late operations against Ibrahim Pacha, in Syria, and was 
present at the skirmish with the Egyptian troops near Askelon, 15th Jan. 1841. 

91 Lieut.- Colonel Hewes served on board the Rainbouu of 24 guns in the "West Indies, and 
was in a severe action with La Kercide, French frigate of 44 guns, oft" Cape Tiberon, and beat 
her off; employed on the coast of Catalonia and Corsica, and present at the cutting out La Paix, 
Genoese vessel armed with four guns, and moored to the batteries at Geraglio, near Cape Corse; 
he was at the attack on Leghorn in 1813, by Sir Josias Rowley, and present at the capture of 
Genoa by Lord Wm. Bentinck. 



War Services of the Licntenaut-Culonels. 79 

92 Liout.-Colonrl Molosworth servpil at tho singe of Coponhagpn in 1807, 

93 Lieut.-Ci)lonfl Willinijton 8orv< d in the ExM Indifs from .A[dy 1813 to I^fay 1823, includ- 
oj the cimpHiiriis of 1815 luid If) in Iviitvwar nml Kutrh; tttkint; of Aojar; Deccan campaigns 
f 1817 iinil IS; intnpiii^n uf 181'J m Canileish; and in Kiit h in 18:»0. 

94 Lieut. I'lili'iiel Westmore servt d the caoipiiiKns of 1813 and 14 in Germany and Holland, 
iclud iii; both atta'-ks on Merxem, and thea^tauit on Bergin-op-Zoom; served nt Waterloo on 
he Iti'h, 17th. and 18'.h June, and wm severely wound' d. 

95 Liput.-C'.l. m-l Chad* servtd with the oxp»d tion to Walcheren in 1809. 

9.')t Lieut." Colonel L "uis aervid in the Peninsula and France from Jan. 1813 to June 1814, 
icluding the battle of Vittoria, siege of 8dn Sebastian, pussage of the NiveJlc, and Nive, and 
ivestment of Bayonne. S 'rved also the campaign of 1815, iacluding the battle of W oterloo. 
le h-js reeeive<l the silvpr War M-dd with ftiur C'lasps. 

96 Lieut. -Colonel I'at'issi n servt d with thp 13th at the capture of ^fart-nique in 1809, and of 
ruadiiloupe in 1810; in Canada during the American war in 1813 and 14; in the Burmese war 
I 18".i4, 25. and 26, in ludinif the capture of Kung'" n, s-torniing the stockades at Kumaroot, 
!>kiin (severely woundrd), Napadee, Melloon, and Pagahm Mew; and he was also present at 
>e repulse of the iminy before the Lmes of Rangoon en the 1st Dec. 1824. Served also 
iroughout the opeiaMons in Affghanistan and Bdoouhittan, and was presmt at the storm and 
iptureotGhuiuee, operations in Kohisian, in ludiiig the capture of Tootumdurrah and J. olghur; 
id he was atwrwards at JelJala^'ad during its famous defence by Sir Robiit Sale. He hus 
wf-ivid the Silver War Medal with two Clasps for Martinique and Guadaloupe, and also medals 
r Ghuznee and J- I'alabad. 

97 Lieut,- C<dontl Browne commanded the 41st during the whole of the campaign of 1842 in 
(fghnnislan. an 1 was present in the engngemi nts wiili the enemy on 28th March and 28th 
pnl in the I'ishten Valley, in that of the 29ih May nctir Candaliar, :30th Aug. at Goaine, 5th 
-•pt. before Gbuzni e, occupation and destruction of that fortress and of Cnbool, expedition 
ito Kohi-tan. storm, captun-. and drsii-'ictioQ of IstalifiF, and in the various minor affairs in atd 
Wween the B dan and the Kli^ber Parses. 

' 98 Lieut.-C >1. Simmons served in rhe Peninsula, as a volunteer with the 34th. and afterwards 
« on officer in the 23id, and in the IMIe Brigade, from Sept. 1811 to thetn I of that war in 1814, 
eluding the storming of the forts at -Vloiaraz, affairs of San Munos and San Milan, ba'tle of 
itt-iria, actiins at Yanzi Bridge and Echalar. storming Vera Heights, crossing the Bidassoa, 
uile of Nivelle, battles of the Nivc, on the loth, 11th, and 12th Dec. 1813. Served with the 

It throufihout the Bjrmcse war, and was present at the storming ot Rangocpn and Syrian 
agoda, led the head of the left column storming the trenches in front of the Dagon Pagoda, 
ortning a str.ng stockad.' in front of the Dagon Pagoda Cjmmandfd the left wing of the 

it rfgimrntin the fi Id against the Kolapure Rajah. Served with the regiment during the 
lOBpaign of 1842 in .Affghanistan, and commanded a column of attack in the actie>n of the 28th 
pnl in the Pi^heen Valley; pre.'-tnt also in the actions near Candahar, at Gouino, and before 
'liaznee; occupitior and destruction rd" that fortnss and of Cabool; expedition into Kohistan; 
orm, capture, and destruction of Istaliff, and in the various minor affiirs in and between the 
jlan and the K^ber Passes. lie hajJ rcicivt-d the War Medal with three Clasps for Vittoria, 
ive'lc, and .Vive. 
|99 Lieut. -Colonel Maloolm served on the China expedition (Medal). 

loi Lieut. -C.''.)ncl Much an i-crvfd in the Burmese war and was present at the capture of 
•• and Milloon. Campaign again.-t the Uajali of Coorg in 1834,. China expedition 
including the attack and capture of Amoy, second capture of Cliusan, altiick and capture 
ae, Clia[)(x>, \\oe>suDg, Shari;lr.ii, and Clnn Kiaiig Foo. 

lui Lieut. -C<jloDel Donalel Campbell served at Walcheren, in 1809. 

102 Lieut. -ColoU'l Gordon was at the rapture of Martinique in 1809, and of Guadaloupe in 
. 10, r.ir »h4eh he lias received the War .Medal with two Clasp;?. 

103 Lieut. -< 'olonel Poole served throughout the operatiems in Sc-indc ( .Medal ) under Sir Charles 
apiir, and commanded the 22iid at the battle of Meeanee, and a brigade at the battle of Hjdcr- 
•*d. Me was also previously at the desiructi< ii of the Foit ot Imaumghur in the Desert. He 
*-ved the campaign in tlir Southern Mahratta country in 1844-5, including the investment and 

ptnre of the I'orts Panulla and Po\vn«hur. 

104 Lieut. -Colonel Farquhnrson served at the capture e)f the Isle of Franco in 181o. Capture 
lb« feirlof Now NuKKur in Kittywar, Feb. 1''14. On the borders of Scindia's country in 1814 
d 15. Capture of forts of JiK>rin, .Vugusi \^\:t, Anjar and Khuiicoot*", Feb., Dhingee and 

•wka, Mirch 1816. Aciit.n and capture of P. ono, 17th March 1x17. At -\shtee, 21st Feb. 

'18, the Mihratta General Gokla killed, and S-vtteria Key a captured. Storm of Kutoh Boojc 

jrt, March lsl9. Capture of the t.>rU of l{i*s-el-Kyraa and Zama, sih and 22nd Dec. 

-19. Served also in .\rabia in I8l2, and was present in the action of Beni-Boo-Aii, 2ad 

arch. 

106 Lieut. -Colonel Richardson Robertsem served in South Africa, in command of an cxpe- 
lion against tho insurgent emigrant Boert. beyond tho Orange Hver, in 1845. Also in 
mmand of the 7lh Dragoon Guur.ls in the Kaffir war of 1846-7. 

107 LicuL-Colonel White's services :— Campaign in Spain, nnder Sir John Moore, including 



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80 War Services of the Lieutenant-Colonels. 

the relreat to and battle of Corunna, where he was wounded. Siege of Flushing, and captu! 
of "Walcheren; campaigns in Canada, from Nov. 1813, to the end of the war. He has receiv( 
the War Medal with one Clasp for Corunna. 

107t Lieut.-CuIonel J. H. Wood served in the Peninsula and France, from Feb. 1813 to tl 
end of the war, including the battle of Vittoria, blockade of Pampluna. battles of the Pj'renee 
siege of San Sebastian, battle of the Nivelle, affairs of Vic Bigorre and Tarbes, battles of Orth 
and Toulouse. Served the campaign in America, including the attack on Plattsburg. He h 
received the silver War Medal with six Clasps. 

108 Lieut. -Colonel Hunt served on the expedition to Hanover in 1805, and to Madeira 
1808; the campaign and battle of Corunna; a,nd in the Peninsula, from Feb. 1812 to the end 
the war in 1814; and subs^equently in the American war. He has received the War Medal wi I 
four Clasps for Corunna, Vittoria, Ordies, and Toulouse. 

109 Lieut.- Colonel Bra.y served the Mahratta campaigns of 1817, 18, and 19, and was prese, 
at the sieges and captures of Ryghur, Amulnier, and Asseerghur. He was on board the unfc ' 
nate ship Kent, which was burned in the Bay of Biscay, 1st March 1825. Commanded t 
39th in the action of Maharajpore (Medal), and was severely wounded. 

110 Lieut -Colonel Bunbury served in the Peninsula from 1808 to the end of the war, includi 
capture of Oporto, battles of Talavera and Barrosa. He was Major of Brigade to the foi 
which defendtd Tarifa (at the investment of which he had his horse shot under him), at t 
capture of Seville, det'tnce of the bridge of Puente Largo near Araujues. He was present 
the battles of the Nivelle and of the Nive (severely wounded), investment of Bayonne, a 
commanded the 6th Cassadores at the battle of Toulouse. He commanded the troops, and v 
employed on various services for four years in New Zealand, from the establishment of tl 
settlement until 1844, — towards the close of which year he wa,s wrecked on one of the Andam . 
Islands, — and he commanded the troops and crews of the transports Briton and Bunnymede, , 
fifty-one days, where, under the most trying yet providential circumstances, the lives of abi 
500 troops and seamen, and 104 women and children, were preserved. He commanded the 8( 
throughout the campaign on the Sutlej (Medal), including the battles of Moodbee (wounde . 
Ferozeshah (horse shot under him), and Sobraon. He has received the War Medal and f • 
Clasps. 

llOf Lieut.-Colonel Gold served in the campaign on the Sutlej with the 53rd, including 
battles of Buddiwal, Aliwal, and Sobraon (wounded), in the first of which he commanded ■ 
Regiment : Medal and one Clasp. 

111 Lieut-Colonel Hodgson served with the 45th in the Burmese war, 

112 Lieut.-Colonel Mundy served at the siege and storming of Bburtpore in 1825-6, 
Aide-de-camp to Lord Combermere. 

1 13 Lieut.-Colonel Lock served the campaign oP 1808, in Portugal, and was present at Eol 
and Vimiera, for which battles he has received the Silver War Medal with two Clasps. 

114 Lieut-Colonel M'Cleverty served the campaign against the Kajah of Coorg, in April 18 
with the 48th regiment. 

114t Lieut.-Colonel Robert B. Wood served as Aide-de-Camp and Military Secretarj 
Lord Hardinge throughout the campaign on the Sutlej (Medal), including the battles of Mo 
kee, Ferozeshah (seeerely wounded), and Sobraon. 

115 Lieut.-Colonel Spence was present with the 31st in the action of Stuola, near Genoa, 
the 13th April 1814, and in the subsequent attacks upon the city of Genoa until its surrender 
also at the surrender of Corsica in the same year. In 1815 he served with the army in Nap 
On the 1st March 1825, he was present at that lamentable catastrophe, the burning of the K 
in the Bay of Biscay. He commanded the 31st throughout the campaign on the Sutlej (Me 
and three Clasps), at the battles of Moodkee (soon after its commencement), Ferozeshah i 
which he was appointed a CB.), Buddiwal, and Aliwal, and the first brigade of Sir Ha 
Smith's division at the battle of Sobraon; and was one of only five officers out of thirty a 
escaped being wounded in all the actions. Had his horse shot under him at Ferozeshah ■■ 
Sobraon. 

116 Lieut-Colonel Grierson served at Cadiz during parts of 1812 and 1813, and afterwa 
on the eastern coast of Spain. 

117 Lieut-Colonel .Sandilands served with the expedition to Walcheren; also the campa 
of 1815, and was engaged on the 17th June with the Horse Artillery in covering the retir 
movement from Quatre Bras, and on the 18 th of June he was present at the battle 
Waterloo. 

118 Lieut.-Colonel French served in the Peninsula from Aug. 1813 to the end of the v 
including siege of San Sebastian, passage of the Bidas.soa, battles of the Nivelle and Nive, : 
investment of Bayonne. Served also in the American war, including the actions of Bladensbi 
Baltimore, New Orleans, and Fort Bowyer. He has received the War Medal with two Cli 
for Nivelle and Nive. 

119 Lieut.-Colonel Crofton was appointed Persian interpreter to the force under Brigadi 
General Litchfield, in August 1832, and served with it throughout the arduous operations 
Parkur, and against the tribes in the N. W. Desert, which ended in the taking of Balmeer. 

120 Lieut.-Colonel Bainbrigge served with the 20th in the Peninsula, in 1808 and 9, and aj 



War Services of the hieutcnnnt-CoJoneh. 81 

1 1S12 and n, and wns prrsont at the battles of Vimiera, Corunna, Vittoria, and tho Pjrpnpos, 
Where he was twice woundtd and lost an arm), for which lie has received the War Mtdal with 
>ur Cla<ps. StTved also in the Walcheren expi dition. 

121 Ll-C.>1 mil Birraliir served at the capture of Martinijue in 1809, as Acting Assistant 
!Dgin»^r ; as Aide de-camp to Sir G. Beckwith at the first capture of Guaduloupe in 1810 ; and 
'l Aciing Assist -Quarter- Master-General at its second capture in 1S15. Jle lias received the 
^»r .Medal with two Cliisps. 

122 Lu-Ci>loneI James Henderson served with the 92d at the siege of Copenhagen and action 
t Kiiii;o in 1S07; with the expedition to Sweden, and afterwards to Portugal and Spain, under 
ir John Moore in 180S 9, including the action at Lugo, and battle of C irunna. On the 
Vpedition to WnKhtrtn in ISOO. Srved the cimpii^ns of 1814 and l.'i in Frnnce and 
'lander* with the rist, includiug the aftair of Tirbes, and butles of Toiiioute and Waterloo 

: which last he was scyerely wounded in the thigh by a grape-shot. He his received the War 

jledal with tivo Clasps for Corunna and Toulouse. 

l?'^ Lieut. -Coll. nel Le Mesurier served in the 24th at the capture of the Cape of Good Hope 

In 1811, he joined the 2nd Bittaliin in the Peninsula, where he servfd until the end 

war in 1814, and was present at the sieges of Ciudad Rodngo, Bulajoz. bittle"! of SaU- 

Vutoria, Pyrenees, Echular, Nivelle, and Orihes (severely contused); and in the several 

a the banks of the Dourdogne in front of Bord.'aux, being on eontinual advance gunrd 

1 it piirt, of the iirony was moving forward on Angouknif. Ho has rtceived the War 

ith four Clasps. 

\i \ Lt-C»'luntl J lin S*inburn served with the 43rd at the siege of Copenhagen in 1807; the 

impaign of 1808 in Portugal. — wcMinded in the head on the retreat to Vigo. Subsequent 

impaigus in the' Peninsula until 1812. including the action of the Coa, battle of Fueutes 

'Onor, actit.n of Sabu^al, battle of Basaco, retreat to and occupation of the Lints of Torres 

''edras subsequent advance in pur.uit of Massena, and aciions of Pombal and Redinha — 

[ounded in the hip. Joined the army at Toulouse in April 1814. Present at New Orleans 

(Jan. 1815. Subsequently joined thi- Duke of WtUington's army at Brussels, was present 
the capture of Paris, and remained with the Army of Occupation until the end of 1818. He 
as reiciv«(l the War Med il with two Cla.'ii>s for Busaco and Fucutes dOiior. 

12J Lt.-Colonel Robert K»l)y served in the Peninsula with tlie 5th ba'talion of the GOtb, 
bd wa« severely wounded in action with the enemy, 19th March 1814. lie has received the 
Var Menial with five Cla.sps for Vittoria, Pyreiiee.*, Nivelle, Nive, and Orthes. 

12f, Lt-Colonel Thomas Kelly served with the laU' 26th Lt. Dragoons during the latter 
ATI of the Cnrib war in St. Vincent. lie afterwards accompai.ied his Rtgt. to PirlULjal and 
'•om thence to Ei:ypt — the Tran.-iport in which he embarked was attacked by a Spanish Gun 
Ijfct, which, after a sharp conflict was beaten off. He served at the sie^je of Aboukir Castle, 
'ith the dismounted part of his R«gt. He was also present in the action of the 2l8t March 
80l, and in the affair of the advance of the army to the weUward of Alexaudrin under Sir 
lyre Coote. lie was wounded in a night attack on the eu« my "s outposts on the 25th Aug., 
hen, with a gmall detachment, he drove in the cavalry piqun, and captured the wholu of the 
^fantry piqueu opposed to him, which were much more numerous than his own party. He 
M rt^'ceived the Gold Medal from the Grand Seignior for the Egyptian campaign, and also the 
Iver War Mt dal with one clasp. 

12H Lt-Coloiiel Burrowes served with the 12th at the capture of the Isle of Franco, in 1810, 

tad commanded a detacnment of that Regt, in boarding and capturing t^^o French Privateers 

IT the I.le de la Piisfo. Commanded a battalion of details with a force under Colonel the 

fonourable I>eice»ter Stanhope in Kaltywar, and was in advance at th<^ storm and capture of 

r ng hill fortress of .Meetinlla. 

l-L-C il nel Gloster served in the Peninsula with the 61bt fr.>m Oct. 1809 to the end of 

.r in 1S14, including the battles of Busico and Fuent«s d'Onnr, siege of the forts at 

I nil II1C3, bottles of Salamanca, the Pyrenees (28th July to 2d Aug.), the Nivelle, the Nivo 

3lh to l.'Ub Dec), Orthes, and Toulouse. W.iunded in the left arm at the haitle of Salamanca, 

nd through the right breast at Toulouse, the ball pa«(-ipg thr.'ujjh the right lobe of the lungs 

"nd out at the back. He has received the ^^■ar M<'dal with tevt n Clasps. 

1311 Lt -Cidonel Harriott served in the Ro^iiJ Staff Coips at the defence of Cadii, battle of 
tarn >*a, passage of the Bidasboa, battles of the Nivelle and the Nive, actions mar Bidurr, 
fTair of Tarbes, battle of Toulouse, capture of Paris, and with the artuy of occupation in France, 
•le ha.-* received the War .Mtdal with lour Clasp*. 

131 Lt.-C dont'l Ri)s.s served the campaigns of 1811, 12, 13, 14, and 15 with the 92iid. including 
he actions of .Vrroyo do .Molino, taking of .VImarac, defence of Alba de Torrae?, fnttle of 
■'ittiria, affiir at the pass of Maya, battles of the Pyrenees, woundtd in the left Kg by a 
laaket-b«ll; battles of^ the Nivelle and the Nivo, takii g the Heights of La C.'sta. battle of 
)rthes, action at Aire, battles of T-uIoujC, Quatre Bras — wocnded in the left fo. t by a mukket- 
• »11; and battle of Waterloo, — wounded in the right arm by a musket-ball. He has received 
fee War Medal with six Cla.sp*. 

132 Lieat-Colunel Fiiz Maurice joined the Rifle Brigade in the Peninsu'a as a Volunteer in 
811, and served to the end of the VN ar, including the affair of the Mill at Treixadas, the action 



82 War Services of the Lieutenant'Colonels, 

of Sabueal, battle of Fupntes d'Onor, sieges and assaults of Ciudad Rodrigo and Badajoz, action 
at SiD Milan, battle of Vittoria, — skirmi>hiDg in advance he there with iwo Riflemen took the 
<?rs/gun eiiptured that day and securt d seven prisoners; pursued the enemy to P<iropelima 
under the walls of which their Inst gun was taken ; the battles of the Pyrenees, carrying the 
heights of Erhalar and the tortified pass of Beta; dt-tentltd an orchard in front ot Arcangues 
for a whole diy with one Subdivision; battles of the Nivelle and the Nive, together with those 
near Bayonne on the lOth, 11th, and 13th Dec. 1813; the brilliant action with Suult's rear- 
guard atTarbes, and the battle of Toulouse, besides numerous minor affairs. Served also the 
campaign of 1815, led the advanced guard at the battle of Qnatre Bras, where he had the honour 
of firiufj the first shot. Leg broken at the storming of Bdciajoz. and severely wounded in the 
thigh at Quatre Bras. Rtceived the Hanoverian Order; the Waterloo Medal; and the Silver 
War Medal with eight Clasps. 

133 Lt.- Colonel Young served with the 9l8t in the Peninsula, from Aug. 1808 to Jan. 1809, 
including the battUs of Roleia, Vimicra, Calcavellas, and Corunna. On the expedition to 
Walcheren in 1 S09 ; the Penit^sular campaigns from Oct. 1812 to the end of that war in 1814,, 
including the battles of the Nivelle, the Nive (10th, llih, and 12ch Dec), Orthes, Tarbes, and 
Toulouse. Ke has received the War Medal with seven Clasps. 

134 Lt.-Colonel During served in the Peninsula during the Corunna campaign, and subse. ! 
quently from the latt.i.'r pirt of 1812 to the end of that war in 1814, including the battles ol 
Corunna, Vittoria. Pyrenees, the Nivelle, the Nive, Orthes, and Toulouse, fur which he has 
received the War Medal wirh seven Clasps. 

1.35 Lt.-Colonel Teunant served ar the siege of Flushing in 1809. i 

136 Lt.-Colonel the Honourable Wm. Noel Hill served in the Burmese war, in 1825 and 26, ' 
and wa-< present in the actions of Prome and Tandwayn. 

137 Lt -Cohnt^l Irwin served in the Peninsula from April 1809 to Feb. 1814, including th£ 
capture of Oporto, battles of Talavera and Fuentes d'Onor, siege of Badajoz, siege and storm oi i 
Ciudad Rodrigo, siege of Btdajoz and capture of the castle by escalade (7th April 1812), battU 
of Salamanca, capture of Madrid and the Retiro, battles of Vittoria and the Pyrenees, besides 
various affairs and s-kirmisbes on the advance and retreat of the army. Served also the 
KanHyan campaigns of 1817 and 18 in Ceykn He has received the War Medal with nine Clasps. 

138 Lieut.-Colonel Cosset served in Canada in 1813 and 1814. 

139 Lieut-C 'lonel Harrison served in the Peninsula from Jan. 1810 to Sept. 1814, and was 
pre.'ent at Cadiz, Isla, and Tarifa. 

140 Lieut-Colonel Wiight served in Spain from 1st Jan. 1810, to the 31st Dec. 1812, includ-- 
ing the defence of Cadiz. Fort Matagorda and Tarifa. 

141 Lieut.- Colonel's Bent's services :— Expedition to Walcheren, and bombardment of Flush- 
ing; Peninsular campaigns from Oct. 1810 to June 1813, including the first siege of Bddijoz, 
battle of Albuhera, covering the second siege of Badajoz, capture of General Gerard's corps at 
Arroyade Molinos, covering the third siege of Badajoz, retreat from Madrid into Portugal, and , 
the different affairs connected therewith. Severely wounded at San Munos. He has received 
the War Medal with two Clasps. 

142 Lieut -Colont 1 Jebb served in the last American war. 

142h Lieut.-Colonel Busiett was actively employed in various operations against the French 
prior to hi.s entry into the British service, and was severely wounded by a bayonet thrust in the 
rijjht side of his neck, and taken prisoner at the capture of Fort Urbano. Served afterwards 
during the operations at Malta in 1800. Served in Sicily in 1817 ; in Calabria in 1808 ; after 
which he was takf^n prisoner at tt'e capture by the French of the Island of Capri. 

143 Lieut.-Colonel Gibsone served throughout the Kaffir war of 1846-7, and was present on 
almost every occasion in which the' tro( ps were engaged with the enemy; and he had the com- 
mand of and led the charge of Cavalry in the decisive affair of the Gwanga, on the 8th June 
1846, when a large body of the enemy was encountered and utterly broken, leaving upwards ol 
400 dead on the field, on which occasion his services were warmly acknowledged in the public 
desp ituhes, and his namp particularly mentioned in General Orders. 

144 Lieut.-Colonel S'ory served in the Peninsula and France from Nov. 1812 to May 1814, 
including the siege of S^n Sebastian, and passages of the Bidassoa and Adour. He has received 
the Silver War Medal and one Clasp for San Sebastian. 

144t Lieut.-Colonel Garmston was at the taking of Fort Koupan, Isle of Timor, in 1811 ; 
bapture of Ja.va, in 1812 ; attack of Palambang, Isle of S'lmatra, and Sambass, Isle of Borneo i 
Algiers in 1816. Present at the Sortie from Bilboa 15th May ; the advance on the 28th May; 
and was wounded at the defence of the lines of San Sebastian 6th June, 1836. Ha has received 
the Military War Mtdal with one Clasp for Java. 

145 Lieut.-Col 'Uel John Harvey Stevens served in the West Indies, &c. in 1806 and 1807, 
during the expedition to Walcheren in 1809, and was engaged in several flotilla affairs on 
the S^iheldt. Served also at the successful defence of Cadiz and of Tarifa in 1810 and 1811 I 
was engaged in several detached operations, particularly in one of a severe character on the 
river Guadalquiver. In 1813 was employed on the coast of America, where he was engaged 
in an attack on Craney Island, and at the taking of Hampton and Ocracoke under Sir 
George Cockburn. Served in Canada at the taking of Oswego, on which occasion he was 



War Services of the Lieutenant- Colonels. 83 

BfDtioned in Sir Gordon Drummond's despatchrs. Engaged during a six weeks' siege of 
Fort Eric, and win intrui>f« d with the constriiciion of ii field-work tor the deftnco of the 
Hght ot llie position on L'hipprwa (."reek, which wus menacid liy a very bup« rior torce. In 
|816 lie waa on bounl the Qutni Churlnltc at the lUtiick on Algiers under Lord Exmouth, 
oy whom he wus dt-tacht d to tire carcasses at the enemy's vcssfls within the Mole. He was 
il«o pri'ient at the demonstrations before Algiers under Admiral Sir II. B. N«tile. Lieut.- 
Col. Stevens is now superintenrimt of ilio Marine Artillery Laboratory, which establishment 
origiuited in his proposition, and was organized by him. 

Ufi Lieut -Colonel Storks served as Assistunt-Adjutant-General at the Cape of Good Hope 
tluriuic the Kartir war of 184»i-7. 

147 Leut.-C'loDcl T. C. Smith prior to entering the Army served for a sliort period in the 
Navy and wax tlirce timw wounded. He served in the Peninsula from June 1813 to the end of 
'.hat war in 1814, and was i)re<ent at the iitTair of Ordal. Ho served also the camjmign of 1815 
ftod wa< wounded at the buttle of Waterloo. 

14S Sir Harry Direll served with the 18th Koyal Irish on the Chini Expedition, as Aidc-de- 
tamp to Brigadier-Ot ncml Burrell, and was present at the tirs'- faldng of Chusan (Medal.) He 
5er»e.l also with the 7th Dragoon Guards aga'nst ttie iasurgei t Boc-rs in South Africa in 1845; 
also during thr whole of the Kaffir war of 1846-7, and commacdi d the squadron of his regiment 
at the G*an^a. on the 8th June 1846, and received two severe wounds in the charge and attack, 
and hist charger wound«d in five places. 

14'.i Lieut. Colonel Mrtcbean served in the Peninsula and France, from July 1812 to August 
1814, including the atTair at (^imi, battlle of Vitt<>ria, both sieges of San Sebastian and 
capture of it ; passage of the Xivelle, lOth November, and actions of the Nive, 9th, 10th, 
11th. and 12ih December, 181.'1 Served also the campaign of 181.5, including the capture 
of Paris. Served afterwards with the army of occupation until 1818. He has received the 
silver War .Medal with four Clasps. 

1 jO Lieut.-Colonel James served in the Peninsuli an 1 France, from Oct. 1812 to April 1814, 
'inclufting the battles of Vittoria. the Pyrenees, Nivtlle, and Orthes, for which he has received 
the filver War Medal with four clasps. Served subiequently in the American War. 
i 151 Lieut. -Cdonrl Faber served with the 4'.trh throughout the war with (Jhini (Medal), and 
was present at the first and second captures of Chu-^an, storm and capture of ih-i heights above 
Canton, attack and cipture of Amoy and of C'hinhae, occupation of Ningpo, and repulse of the 
night attack, aitni-k and capture of the enemy's encrenchud camp on the heights of Segoan, of 
'Chapoo, and of Woostmg, and investment of Nankin. 

152 Lieut.-Colonel Burnaby served the campaign of 1815, including the battle of Waterloo. 
I 153 Lieut.-Colonel Rochfort Scott served with the expedition against New Orleans, and was 
present at the attack on the American Lines on the 8th Jan. 1815, and at the rapture of Fort 
Bour. Served afterwards in Trance with the .Vrmy of Occupation, from July 1815 to Dec. 1818 ; 
and with the allied .\nglo Turkish force in Syria, from Dec. 1840 to Nov. 1841. 

154 Lieut. -Col. Hemes served the campaign of 1815, and was present at the battle of Waterloo. 

155 Lieut-Col. Enoch served with the expedition to Walclicren and at the siege of Flushing, 
InlbOl); in tho Peninsula from 1810 to 161:1, including the sle;;cs of Batlajoz and Oliven^-a, in 

•1811 ; battle of Albuhera. actions of Fuente (Jiiinalda, 2oih, 'iGth, and 27th Sept. 1811 ; sie«es of 
'Ciudad R(Hlrigo and Uadajoz, battle of Salamanca (severely wounded, and horse killed under 
him). Served also the campaign of 181.'j, including the battle of Waterloo, storming of Cambraj 
land capture of Paris. He has received the Medal with four Clasps. 

156 Lieut.- Colonel Alves hcrved the wh-de of the campaign! in Spain, Portugal, and France, 
of 1810, 11, 12, I'i, und 14, wiih the 74th in Picton's division, without having ever been absent 
from It for a single day, including tin- battle of Busaco, retreat to the lines of Torres Vp<lra8, 
0ccupali>n of them, and sub-equent advance in pursuit of .Masseno, aclionH at Pombal. liedinha, 

' Foi d'Aroiice. Guarda, and Sabuga', battle of Fuentes d'Onor, siege of Badajoz in June 1811, 
•ctions at El Bi«l >n and Aldea de Ponte, siege and storm of Ciudad R idrigo, siege, storm and 
csca'adc of theCialle of Badaj.iz in Mitrch an<l April, 1812, ba'tle of Salaman a, capture of 
Mtdrid and the Itetiro, affairs on the retreat fr «m .Nladrid to Salamanca and Portugal in Nov. 
1812. subsequent advance and passage of the Ebro, battle of Vittoria, blockade of Pampeluna, 
the battl'S in the Pyrenees on the 27ih. 2Sih, and 3iuh July, haitles of the Nivclle, the Nive, 
and Onhes, actions of Vic Bigorre ami Tarbvs, and battle ot Toulouse. He has received the 
War M.-dal with eleven Cl.isps f r Busaco, Fuentes d'Oaor, Ciudiid Rnlrigo, Badajnz, Sala- 

; nuin -a, Vittoria, Pyrenevs, Nivelle, Nive. Orthes, and Toulou»e. 

' 157 Lieut -C )lonel Ariiey conimauded three companies of the 58tli during the operations 
against the hostile natives in the Southern District of New Zealand in 1816. He commanded 
the troops encamped in the valley if the Hutt and Porirua; and the 58th at the affair of the 
Horokeivi, when tbe enemy were driven hack and dispersed. 

158 Lieut. -Col. >nel Maclean served with the 43id in the Peninsula from June 1812 to the end 
of that war in l8l4. including the passage of the Iluebra (carried the Uogimental Colour), battle 
of VitUiria, a<tion of Vira when Soult attempted to relieve Sin Sebastian, ami again when the 
Alhes paised the Bidassoa; battles of the NivelU (wounded), the .Nive, and Toulouse. Present 
also in the action before New Orleans on the 8th Jan. 1815, and served also in the campaign of 



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84 War Services of the Lieutenant- Colonels. 

1815. He has received the War Medal with five Clasps for Vittoria, Pyrenees, Nivelle, Nive, 
and Toulouse. 

159 Lieut.-Colorel Donaldson served in the Peninsula with the 57th, from June 1809 to the 
end of that war in 1814, including the siege of Badajoz in April 1811, battles of Albuhera, Vittoria, 
and the Pyi-enees. 

160 Lieut.-Colonel Long served with the 71st in the Peninsula, from Sept. 1813 to the end of that 
war in 1814, includingthe action at Cambo, battles of the Nive, before Bayonne (wounded), Orthes, 
Aire, Tarbes, and Toulouse. Also the campaign of 1815, including the battle of Waterloo. He 
has received the War Medal with four Clasps for Nivelle, Nive, Orthes, and Toulouse. 

leof Lieut. -Colonpl H. H. Irvingr served in the American War in 1814-15. 

161 Lieut.-Colonel Birtwhistle served the campaign of 181 4 in the South of France with the 32nd. 
Also the campaign of 1815, including the battle of Quatre Bras (slightly wounded), retreat on the 
17th June, and battle of Waterloo (severely womided). 

162 Lieut.-Colonel Algeo served in the Peninsula with the 77th from Aug. 1813 to the end of 
the war. 

163 Lieut.-Colonel Graham served at the siege of Flushing in 1809, and afterwards in the 
Peninsula, including the blockade of Bayonne. Subsequently in the American war, including the 
action at Bladensburg and capture of Washington, action near Baltimore, and tliose in Front of 
New Orleans on the 20th Dec. 1814, and 8th Jan. 1815 ; also at the taking of Fort Bowyer. 

164 Lieut.-Colonel Black served the campaign of 1815, including the battles of Quatre Bras 
and Waterloo, at which last he was slightly woumled. Also in the campaign on the Sutlej (Medal), 
including the battles of Buddiwal, Aliwal, and Sobraon. 

165 Lieut.-Colonel Waymouth served in the Peninsula with the 2nd Life Guards from Nov. 1812 
to the end of that war in 1814, including the battle of Vittoria, investment of Pampeluna, and the 
battles of the Pyrenees. Also the campaign of 1815, including the action of Qiiatre Bras, cover- 
ing the retreat on the 17th June, and battle of Waterloo. Severely wounded and taken prisoner, 
when charging the French cuirassiers at Waterloo. He has received the War Medal with two 
Clasps for Vittoria and Toulouse. 

166 Lieut.-Colonel Gibson served in the Peninsula with the 1st Light Infantry battalion of the 
King's German Legion, from Aug. 1813 to the end of that war in 1814, including the siege of San 
Sebastian, an action in the Pyrenees at the passage of the Bidassoa (wounded), and the subsequent 
actions in which the left wing of the army was engaged. Served also the campaign of 1815, and 
was present at the battle of Waterloo. He has received the War Medal with two Clasps. 

167 Lieut.-Colonel Morse-Cooper served the campaign of 1814 as a Volunteer from the R. M. 
College with tlie Royals, and was present at the investment of Bayonne and repulse of the sortie. 
Also the campaign of 1815, including the battles of Quatre Bras and Waterloo. Also served with 
the 11th Ligiit Dragoons at the siege and capture of Bhurtpore in 1825-6, under Lord Com- 
hermere, where he volunteered for the dismounted Cavalry storming party. Slightly wounded at 
Bayonne, and severely at Waterloo, having received five wounds. Has received the Waterloo 
Medal, and a Medal for Bhurtpore. 

168 Lieut.-Colonel Jauncey served on the expedition to Walcheren in 1809. Subsequently in 
the Peninsula from July 1812 to June 1814, including the battle of Castalla, siege of Tarragona, 
retreat from thence, its second siege, retreat from Villa Franca after the battle of the Pass of 
Ordall, and investment of Barcelona in 1814. Expedition to Naples in 1815. 

169 Lieut.-Colonel Paschal served in the Peninsula with the 2nd Line battalion of the King's 
German Legion, from Oct. 1813to the end of that war in 1814, including the battles (if the Nivelle 
and Nive, investment of Bayonne on the 27th Feb. 1814, and subsequent operations before that 
fortress. Served also the campaign of 1815, and was at Quatre Bras, attached to Sir Henry Clinton, 
on the 17lh June, and at the battle of Waterloo. He has received the War Medal and two Clasps, 
as also the Hanoverian War Medal. 

170 Lieut.-Colonel Gould served with the 76th on tlie expedition to Walcheren and at the siege of 
Flushing in 1809. Peninsular campaigns from June 1813 to the end of that war in 1814, including 
the siege of San Sebastian, action of San Marcial, passage of the Bidassoa, battles of the Nivelle 
and Nive, and all the operations roimd Bayonne. Served afterwards in the American war, and 
■was present in the action at Plattsburg. He lias received the War Medal with two Clasps for 
Nivelle and Nive. 

171 Lieut.-Colonel de Lacy served with the 48lh Regt. in the Peninsular war in the battle of 
Busaco, lines at Toitcs Vedras, pursuit of Marshal Ma-^scna, first siege of Badajoz, battles of Albu- 
hera, Vittoria (wounded;, and the Pyrenees (28th July to 2nd Aug. 1813), served seven years in 
Jamaica and the West Indies. He has received the War Medal with four Clasps. 

172 Lieut.-Colonel Caine served in the Nepaul campaign of 1815, and was present in action at 
Jeelghur. In the Deccan war of 1817 and 18, including the action at Jhnbbulpore, where he 
carried the regimental colour of tlie 17th in the attack of the lieights defended by the Arabs. He 
was Major of Brigade at the assault and capture of Bhurtpore, and was present during the whole 
of the siege: wounded by a grape shot in the left foot whilst charging the enemy's guns on the 
day of the capture. He commanded the Grenadiers of the 26th at the capture of Chusan 
(Medal) 5th July 1840, and was British Commissioner, and Military Magistrate of that island 
until its evacuation in Feb. 1841. He has been in Asia from the commencement of his service to 



Jf'ar Services of the Lieutenant- Colonels. 85 

thp prosrnt period, havill^' left India in 1840 with the China expedition ; and he is now employed 
as I'olouiul Secretary and Auditor (Uucral of Honj^ Kong. Has received the Indian War Modal 

, with two Clasps for Nepaiil and Bhurtpore. 

i 173 Lieut. -Colonel Scargill served with the 9th at the defence of Tarifa, from May to Dec. 1811. 

j Al«) in the .><outh of Trance from .March to May 1814, including the blockade of Bayonne and re- 
pulse of the sortie. 

174 Lieut. -Colonel Lewis served in the Burmcso war. 

175 Lieut Colonel rinucaue has served In Spuin, France, Italy, the Mcdifcrrancau, Jamaica, 
aud India. In 1814 he was with the Austrian .Vrmy In Italy and at the surrender of Genoa. He 
was in several affali-s in Ava during the Burmese NVar : also at the storming of Bhurtpore. In 

\ the Spanish service in 1835, 3(i, a.s Lieiii. -Colonel on the Staff, and has receiv»!d the Cross of St. 
!'• luaiiilo ; also the War .Medal lor India with two Clasps. 

:<1 Lieut. -Colonel Ainsworlh served at the siege of Flushing in 1809, and subsequently in the 
>ula, iueluding the battle of Fuentes d'Onor, and 2nd siege of Badujo/., and battle of Nivelle. 
d also the eami)algn <»f 1815, and was present at tlie battle of Waterloo. Ho has received 
the War Medal with three Clasps. 

I 177 Lieut. -Colonel Clarke has received the Military War Medal for Guadaloiipe. 

178 Lt. -Colonel Whitcomb assisted in cutting out three Spanish c»n-boats from under the 
Are of a battery, in the boats of II. M S. Edgnr. Commatided the detachment of marines in the 
flaij-Rhip of Sir I*. Malcolm in the uxijedition to the Chcsajjcak and New Orleans; was present 
at the attack on the .-Vinericau Flotilla in the Potomac, at the capture of Washington, defeat of the 

, American army before Haltimore, and the operations before New Orleans. Proceeded to China 

, in H. M. S. BU-uAcim ; landed with tlie marine battalion at the attack and capture of the forts 
and works at Cliuenpee ; a>si-ted at flic attack of the Anunghoy forts by the Blenheim and 
\telciUf, upon wliich occasion the seamen and marines were landed, and the three forts carried in 
succe4ision. Ho w,\s second in command of the marine battalion at the capture of the heights of 
Canton, the second capture of Chusan, and at the aUack and capture of the fort and city of 
Chinhae. At the attack on Ainoy by the Blenfieim and Wellealey, Major Whitcomb landed in 
command of the marines, when the enemy were driven from their guns, and the fortifications, kc. 

^ captured. 

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War Services of the Majors. 

1 Major Rose accompanied the 78th to Holland, and was present at the sortie of Nimegue'^ 
and in several other engagements on the Waal. He served afterwards with the 87th, at the 
attack on Porto Rico, and capture of Surinam, and in the Brigand War in St. Lucia. Also in 
South America, and was present at the siege and capture of Monte Video (where he scaled the 
walls in the command of three companies), and captured a stand of colours, and secured a quan- 
tity of arms : at the attack on Buenos Ayres he received three wounds, one of which carried his 
left eye out of its socket. He accompanied the regiment to the Peninsula ; but, from the state of 
his wounds, was obliged to return to England. 

2 Major Lepper served in the Peninsula with the 24th anil was present at the battles of Busaco, 
Fuentes d'Onor, Vittoria, Pyrenees (severely wounded), and Orthes, and at the siege of Ciudad 
Hodrigo, for which he has received the War Medal with six Clasps. I 

3 Major de Brem served the campaigns in Germany from 1792 to 1800 ; in Egypt in 1801 ; in j 
Naples in 1805 ; in Calabria in 1806 ; in Egypt in 1807 ; at the taking of Ischia in 1809 ; at the : 
siege of Santa Maura in 1810 ; at the defeat of the French in Sicily in the same year ; in the 
campaigns of 1811, 12, 13, 14 in the Peninsula and South of France. Severely wounded in Ger- 
many on the 30th September 1796 ; and again at the battle of the Pyrenees on the 30th July 1813. , 

4 Major Spinluff served at the capture of the Cape of Good Hope in 1806. , j 

5 Major Thomas Wilson served the Egyptian campaign of 1801. Also in the Peninsula with ' 
the 28th and was present at the battles of Busaco, Albuhera, and Vittoria (severely wounded), 
for which and for Egypt he has received the War Medal with four Clasps. 

6 Major Christopher Wilkinson served the campaign of 1799 in Holland, under the Duke of 
York. Accompanied the expedition to the north of Germany in 1805, under Lord Cathcart. 

7 Major Sandham served the campaign of 1799 in Holland, including the actions of the 27th 
Aug., 10th and 19th Sept., and 2nd Oct. Expedition to Copenhagen in 1807 ; to Sweden, and 
afterwards to Portugal and Spain, imder Sir John Moore in 1808-9 ; subsequently to Walcheren, 
in 1809 ; the campaign in Holland, in 1814; and in Flanders and France in 1815, including the 
battle of Waterloo. 

8 Major J. W. Henderson served with the 8th West India Regiment at the capture of the 
Danish West India Islands in 1801 ; and was afterwards present at the suppression of the mutiny 
of that regiment at Prince Rupart's, in Dominica. Served -vith the 3rd VVest India Regiment at , 
the storming and capture of Morne Fortunee in St. Lucia, and at the capture of Tobago. Joined 
the 50th after the storming of Almaraz, and served in the Peninsula and France until the peace 

of 1814. Severely wounded in the head at the capture of Aire, on the 2nd March 1814. He has 
received the War Medal with four Clasps for Pyrenees, Nivelle, Nive, and Orthes. 

9 Major the Honourable Sir Francis Stanhope served in the 11th Foot at the siege of Flushing 
in 1809 ; and with the 1st Life Guards in the Peninsula and South of France, and was on the Staff 
at the battle of Toulouse, for which battle he has received the War Medal with one Clasp. ; 

10 Major Edward Jones served as Adjutant of the 77th at Walcheren in 1809; and in the i 
Peninsula from July 1811 to the end of that war in 1814, including the action of El Bodon, also , 
the sieges and assaults of Ciudad Rodrigo and Badajoz. Severely wounded at the storming of , 
Ciudad Rodrigo. 

11 Major Lowry served with the 69th at the capture of Java in 1811, for which he has received 
the War Medal with one Clasp. I 

12 Major Adair served with the 27th in Sicily in 1810 and 11 ; in the Peninsula and France ; 
froml812to the close of that war in 1814, including the taking of Alcoy, covering the retreat from \ 
Biar, battle of Castalla, siege and subsequent blockade of Tarragona, and actions at Villa Franca. . 
Subsequently in Flanders and France, including the occupation of Paris in 1816. 

13 Sir Trevor Wheeler served in the Peninsula with the 16th Light Dragoons from June 1810 
to the end of that war in 1814, including the pursuit of Massena from the lines, actions of Pom- 
bal, Redinha, Foz d'Arouce, and Sabugal ; battle of Fuentes d'Onor, actions of Llerena and 
Castrejon, battle of Salamanca, retreat from Burgos, battles of Vittoria, the Nivelle, and the ; 
Nive, 9th to 12th Dec. Served also the campaign of 1815, including the battle of AVaterloo. Sir 
Ti-evor has received the War Medal with four Clasps for Fuentes d' Onor, Salamanca, Vittoria, and 
Nivelle. ,: 

14 Major Hore served in Egypt in 1801, and has received tlie Gold Medal. 

17 Major Goate's services : — Expedition to Germany in 1805 under Lord Cathcart ; storming • 
the heights of Soril, siege of Fort Bourbon and capture of Martinique in 1809; Nepaul war in 
1815, and was engaged on the heights of Muckwanpore 15th Dec. ; capture of Hattrass in 1816 
Mahratta and Pindaree campaigns of 1817 and 18 ; Burmese war m 1825 and 26. 



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18 Major Nool scned in St. Domiugo in 1790, 07, and 98, under Generals Boyer and Bir 
fireiit Spencer, and whb wounded iu the rii;ht thi^li, wliou the French attacked the Cordon off 
Postj. Served also at the capture of Lucia, Tobiigo, and tlie colouina of Demerara, Esaequibo, and 
Serbice. 

I<J Major Sherer served in the Peninsula with the 34th from July 1800 to Deo. 1811, and from 
August 1812 to July 1813, including the battloe of Busnco, AUiuhera, Arroyo de Molino, Vittoria 
aud Maya in the I'yrenees. He haa received the War Medal with thi-ee Claaps for Busaco, Albu- 
beru, and Vittiuia. 

'.M Major Uogbio served in the Peninsula witli the 8-2nd from Aug. 18(»8 to Nov. 1809, in« 
cludinjf the capture of Oporto and battle of Talavera, for which he has received the War Medal 
with one Clasp. 

2i M^or Macphoi-son served in Hanover in 1806 and G; at Buenos Ayres in 1807 ; in Portugal 
and tijMiin fron» July 1808 to Jan. 1801), including the battles of Rokia and V'imicra ; action at 
Lugo, and battle of Coruiuia. With the expedition to Walcheren, and siege of Flushing, where 
be was wounded ; the Peninsular campaigns from May to Dec. 1812, including the battle of Sala- 
manca, where he was severely wounded. He has received the War Medal with four Clasps. 

'2'^ Major Hartman served in the exi)edition to Hanover in 1805-0 ; at the siege of Copenhagen 
in 1807; in Swetlen, Portugal, and Spain in 1808-D, including the advance and retreat of the 
army and in the battle of Corunna. Expedition to Walcheren, 1809; subsequent campaigns in 
the Peninsula and France, iiu'luding the defence of Tarifa and affair of Casas Viejas, battle of 
Barrosa, actions of Anoyo del Moliuo and Almarez, battles of Vittoria, the Pyrenees (25th, 30th 
and 31st July), Pass of Maya, Nivelle, Mve, Bayi)nue, and Orthes ; affair at St. Palais, and 
battle of Toulouse. He has received the War ^letlal with eight Clasps. 

24 Major Piiu-kney served with the 3(itli on the expedition to South America, including the 
taking of Maldonado and siege of Monte Video ; in the Peninsula from June 1808 to May 1809 
including the battles of Roleia and Vimiera, for which he has received the War Medal with two 
Clasps. On the exptxlition to Walcheren in 1809 ; received the flag of truce at the outpost at the 
attack and capture of Ter Vere ; present also at Middleburg and Flushing. 

25 Major Mackay served with the G8tli on the expedition to Walcliereu, and at the capture of 
Flushing in 1809. Also in the Peninsula from June 1811 to the end of that war in 1814, including 
the battle of Salamanca, retreat from Burgos, and battles of Vittoria (wounded in the iiead) the 
Pyrenees, the Nivelle, and Orthes, for which he has received the War Medal with five Clasps. 

26 Major Aubiu serve<l in the Peninsula from Nov. 1811 to the end of the war, including 
battles ol Vittoria, the Pyrenees, 2oth, 28th, 30th, and 31st July; Nivelle, Xive, 9th, 11th, and 
13th Dec. 1813, besides many other minor actions and skirnxishes. Severely wounded through 
the left side, iu action at Coucliez, 18tli March 1814. Served subsequently in the American war. 
He has received the War Jledal with five Clasps. 

28 Major William Seward seived with the 9th in the Peninsula, from Aug. 1808 to Jan. 1809, 
and was present at the battle of Vimiera ; on the expedition to Walcheren in 1809; and subse- 
quently in the Peninsula, including the defence of Tarifa, battles of BaiTosa (wounded), Vittoria 
and the Xive, and blockade of Bayonne. He has received the War Medal witli four Clasps. 

20 Major Stack served iu the Peninsula witli the 24th from June 1809 to Feb. 1813, and again 
from 2ud Dec. 1813 to the end of that war iu 1814, including the battles of Talavera (wounded) 
and Busaco, actions at Espinal and Foz d'Arouce, repulse of a sortie at Ciudad Hodrigo, battle of 
Salamanca, capture of the Reliro at Madrid, taking of the hills and outworks before Burgos, siego 
of Burgos aiul storming of the breaches (severely contused), various skirmishes with the' rear- 
guard and covtring party at tlie bridge over the Caj-rion on the retreat, and battle of Orthes, 
where he was se>erely wounded by a ball, which shattered the left elbow-joint, and occasioned 
amputation of the arm. Sene<l eight years iu Canada, and received a severe contusion on the 
head iu \&iU, when on duty. He has received the War Medal with five Clasps. 

30 Major Clements served at llie capture of tlie Cape of Good Hope in IHOG ; subsequently on 
the exjH.Hliiion to South America; the campaign of lrt08-9 in Spain, and extra aide-de-camp to 
Sir John Moore at the battle of Corunna. On the expedition to Walcheren in 1809; the Penin- 
sular cumjiaigns from 1810 to 1814, including Cavares and -Merina, Salamanca, Begar, Vittoria, 
Valley of Bastan, and the I'yreneos. He has received the War Medal with three Clasps for Co- 
ronna, Vittoria, and Pyrenees. 

31 Major Doyle soned with the expedition to South America, including the siege of and sortie 
from Monlo Video, and storm by the enemy of Colonia. Served also in the soutli of Franco from 
I>ec. 1813 to the end of tliat war in 1814, including the blockade of Bayonne and repulse of the 
wnie, where he received a contusion on the left arm. 

32 Major Harrison scne<l in the American war. 

33 Major Hooper served iu the Peninsula from IHOJI to 1811— when he was sent to England en 
lOOount of his wounds — and was presiut at the battle of Busaco, lines at Torres Vedras, skirmlshea 
>a the retreat of Massena, actions at Campo Mayor and Bulla Castcl, first siege of Badajoz, lakins 
>f Oliveuca, and battle of Albuhera, where he waa soverely wounde<l through the shoulder in • 

hargc. 

9* Major Willats served in the Peninsula from 1812 to the end of the war, including the siege 
u>d storming of Ciiidufl Ho<lrigo, siege and storming of B.idajoz from 19lli Jan. to Cth April 1812} 
>peration9 near and blockade of Bayonne, He baa receivwl the Mar Medal with two Clasps. 



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106 fVar Services of the Majors, 

35 Major Cox served at Travancore in 1809, and in Ava in 1825. 

36 Major Charters served with the expedition to Hanover, under Lord Cathcart, in 1805 ; the 
Walcheren expedition, in 1809 ; and campaign in Holland, under Lord Ljoiedoch, in 1814. 

38 Major Handcock accompanied the expedition to Hanover in 1805 ; joined the army in 
Sicily in 1806, and was employed with its various operations from 1806 to 1810; went with the 
expedition to Naples, and was present at the capture of Ischia and Procida ; returned to Sicily 
and employed against the French army, in 1811. Served in Spain during 1812 and 13, including 
the battle of Castalla, siege of Tarragona, and affair of "Villa Franca. Also the campaign of 1815, 
and was severely woimded at Waterloo. 

39 Major Sutherland served with the 72nd at the capture of the Cape of Good Hope in 1806 ; 
and accompanied the force from thence to co-operate at the capture of the Isle of France in 1810. 

40 Major Gregory served in the American war in 1814 and 15, and commanded a gun-boat 
belonging to the Flotilla under Commander Owen, on Lake Ontario, for which he received the 
thanks of the Naval Commander-in-Chief. 

41 Major Wright served at the capture of Madeira, in 1808 ; and the campaign in the Penin- 
sula, under Sir John Moore, in 1808-9. He has received the War Medal with one Clasp for 
Corunna. 

42 Major Stewart served with the 25th at the reduction of Martinique, St. Martin's, and St. 
Eustatius, in 1809; and of Guadaloupe in 1810, and again in 1815. 

43 Major Crawfurd served in the Peninsula fi-om Jan. 1812 to July 1814, Including operations 
of the covering army during the siege of Badajoz in 1812, as a volunteer 79th regiment; battle 
of Salamanca, capture of Madrid, battles of the Pyrenees, Nivelle, Nive, and Orthes (severe gun- 
shot wound). He has received the War Medal with four Clasps for Salamanca, Nivelle, Nive, 
and Orthes. 

44 Major Barou served in the Peninsula from Jan. 1813 to the end of that war in 1814. 

45 Major Colebrook served on the expedition to Walcheren in 1809. 

47 Major Bonamy served in the Peninsula with the 6th from Sept. 1813 to June 1814, including 
the battles of Nivelle, Nive, 9th, 10th, and 11th Dec., and Orthes. He has received the War 
Medal with two Clasps. 

48 Major Marshall served with the 91st on the expedition to Portugal in 1808, including the 
battles of Roleia and Vimiera, advance into Spain and retreat through Gallicia under Sir John 
Moore, action at Lugo, and battle of Corunna. Expedition to Walcheren in 1809. Subsequently 
in the Peninsula, including the battles of Vittoria, the Pyrenees, (26th, 27th, 28th, and 30th July), 
the Nivelle, and the Nive, on the 9th, 10th, 11th, and 13th Dec. 1813, investment of Bayonne, 
and battle of Orthes. Slightly wounded at Pampeluna, 28th July 1813, and severely at Orthes. 
He has received the War Medal with seven Clasps. 

49 Major Manners sei'ved in the Peninsula with the 59th from Aug. 1812 to May 1814, includ- 
ing the battle of Vittoria, siege and storming of San Sebastian in Aug. 1813, battle of the Nive on 
the 9th, 10th, and 11th December 1813. Wounded at the storming of Bhurtpore on the 18th 
January 1826. He has received the War Medal with three Clasps. 

50 Major Cooke's services: — See page 116, note 2. 

51 Major B, P. Browne served the campaign of 1815 with the 11th Dragoons, and was present 
at the battle of Waterloo. Also at the siege and capture of Bhurtpore, under Lord Combermere, 
in 1825-6; and was a volunteer for the dismounted cavah-y storming party. 

52 Major Moore was present with the 2nd battalion of the 87th in nearly every action in which 
it was engaged, the gi'eater part of the time as adjutant, including the battle of Talavera (wounded 
in the right thigh, where the ball still remains), defence of Cadiz dm'ing the whole time, battle of 
Vittoria (two horses shot under him), the Pyrenees, Nivelle, Orthes (horse shot), Vic Bigorre 
(wounded), and Toulouse, besides various affairs of out-posts. Served also the Mahratta campaign 
of 1817 and 18 ; and in the Burmese war, in 1825 and 26. He has received the War Medal with 
seven Clasps. 

53 Major John Clai-ke served in the Peninsula from March 1809 to the end of that war in 
1814, including the battles of Oporto and Talavera, lines of Torres Vedras, actions of Arroyo de 
Molino and Campo Mayor, battle of Albuhera, siege of Badajoz, battles of Vittoria, the Pyrenees 
(from 25th to 31st July, and 2nd Aug.), the Nivelle, the Nive (9th and 13th Dec), action of St. 
Palais, battle of Orthes, action at Aire, and battle of Toulouse, besides numerous skirmishes. At 
the battle of Albuhera, when in the command of a company of flankers, was struck down by a 
Polish Lancer, and taken prisoner, but made his escape in a charge of cavalry. He has received 
the War Medal with eight Clasps. 

54 Major Sheppard served at Walcheren in 1809, and in Canada from March 1814 to Dec. 
1816, including the actions at Chippewa, Lundy's Lane, before Fort Erie, and the attack on 
Snake Hill. 

55 Major Richardson served in the Peninsula with the 11th from Aug. 1809 to Oct. 1814, in- 
cluding the battle of Busaco, the subsequent retreat of the army to the lines before Lisbon, the 
advance and pursuit of the enemy when they broke up from Santarem, blockade of Almeida, and 
battle of Fuentes d'Onor. He has received the War Medal with one Clasp for Busaco. 

57 Major Tatton served in the Peninsula from Aug. 1811 to the end of that war in 1814, and 
was present at the blockade of Bayonne. 



)}ai >)>'trvices oj the Mnjois. 107 

68 Maior Jiicksoii served in tlie Peninsula from Dec. 1809 to 1814, and was severely woundpd 
through tlie left breast and in botli arms at the battle of Albuhera. Served subseqmutly in tlie 
American war. Hi- ium redivid the War Mtrtal with one Cl.isp. 

51) .Major HoiertMin served «itli tlie expedition to Wulehefcn in 1800, and was present at tho 
•lege of I'lnshiujf. Also at tho taking of the Kandiau country, in Ceylon, under Sir Robert 
Brownricg. 

fiO Major Rivers landed at Passages in Dec. 1813, and joined the liglit division in Feb. 1814; 
took ciiarj.'e of a division of tho boats fitted out at Socoa for tlic jia^sage of tlie .\doiir ; tiiea 
Joined the force for the sio^e of Hayonne. liinbarked for AmericH in 1814. 

61 Miijor Wood SiTveil the Waterloo campaigrn witii the 14Mi Foot. 

62 .Major Uuchan serveil the cainjiai-jn of 1K14 in Holland, including the reconnoitring of the 
position before .Antwerp, action at .NIcrxem, and bombaitlmcnt of Antwerp. 

(!3 Major Lowe served with the lOth Lancers at the sie^e of Bliurtp ire in 182o.6, and was 
wounded. 

0(1 Major Warhnrton sened the Xepanl campaigns of 1817 and 18, and suhseqnently in the 
Deci-an, inclmling tlie capture of the Fort-* of Rliygluir and Asseergliui-. 

G7 Major Lynch served at the siege of Flishing. At Malta and the lonan Islands under Lord 
Wm. Hentiuck. At Genoa and in the so'ilh i^{ France in 1814. At the siege and capture of 

, Bhnrt|iore. and was wounded at ilie assault 18th Jan. 1820. 

I (58 .Major Wright served in the American war. 

I 09 .Major Boyil was eniploye<l in the Peninsula and South of France from March 1812 to the 

I end of thai wur in 1814, and was present at the siege and storniinii of Badajoz, siege of Burgos, 
battles of the Nivelle and Nive, passage of the Adour, where he was actively employed in laying 
down the bridge of boats ; investment of B lyonm-, affairs of Vic Bigorre and Tarbjs, and battle 
of Toulou.se, at which last he was woundetl on the hip by a 12-|ionnd shot ; and he was wounded 
in tlie ihigli at the stonnin'.; of B idajoz. He has rocened the Silver War .Medal with lour Clasps. 

1 70 Maj<ir Joseph Smith served with the 27th in Sicily wlie;i Murat threatened it with invasion; 

1 tnd for ncarlv three years in the Peuiiisnla, including the b.ittle of Castalla, and the attack at the 

I ColdOnlal." 

I 71 .Major M'Pherson served the campaign of 1813 in Holland, including the actions at Merxero 

I and bombardment of Antwerp. \\.i served with the 9Jth in operations against the Natives in New 

. Zealand, and was severely wounded. 

j 72 Major Pa-^coe served in the Penins'ila and France from Aug. 1800 to Feb. 1814, including 

I the batiles of Salamanca, Vittoria, Nivelle, and Nive, i)assage of the Bidassoa, and other opera- 
tions; sii'g.'s of Badajoz (first siege), Forts of Salamanca, Burgos, and San Sebastian. Army of 

j Occupation from 181.5 to 1818. He has received tiie War Medal with seven Clasps. 

I 73 Major Spiller served at Walciieren, and was presezit at the siege of Flushing, and tho attack 

1 and cajiture of Ter Vere. 

74 Major Montairu served at the siege of Dantzic, in 1813; also the campaign of 1815, 
Including the bat:le of Wa'erloo and cajiture of Cambray. 

75 Major Newmiin served with the 14th at the s:ego and storming of Bhurtpore in 1825-6. 

I 70 Major ONeill's services: — Kxpediiion to Wiilcheren and siege of Flushing; capture of the 

lilo of France ; Maliraita campaigns of 1817 and 18, including tlie capture of tlie Forts Singhar, 
I WoMoola, Piiorunder and Sholai>ore. 

I 77 Major Campbell served t e campaijni of 1814, in the south of France, including the 
i ioTestinent of Bayonne. Served also thr'Uigliout the Biinneso war. 

78 Major Poyntz si>rve<l in the Pen nsula as a volunteer with the 30ih, from February to 
[Xoveniber 1811, including the occupation of the Lines at Torres Vedras, pursuit of Massen:i, 

•ciionsofSiibug.il, .\liiie da, and Barba del Pucrco, and battle of Fuenies d'Onor, for which he 

has leeeretl the War Medal with one Clasp. 

, 70 Mijor Fr.isvr serve*! in the Peninsula with the 53rd from .\iig. 181 1 to tho end of that war 
, ia 1814, including the siege and capture of the fortified convents at Sulunanca, battle of Siilam inca, 
i»iege of the castle of Burgos, bailies of Vittoria, the Pyrenees, ti.e ,\ivelle, and Toulouse. 

Severvly wounde<l at Pami>eluna on the 2ljth July 1813. }Ie has received the War Medal with 

Ave Clisps. 

80 Major Cwld served with the 48th, in the operations against the Rajah of Coorg in 1834. 

81 Major Wilkinson served with the I3lli throughout the Burmese war, including the landing 
•t Ched iha, stonnin/ the Stockade, iin I capture of the Island ; affair at Kumaroot, storming 
iMren Stockades at Kumaroot, attick and capture of Syriam, act' jrs near Rangoon, on the Ut, 
'5lh,and7tli Doc. 1824; storning of Kokieii i wounded • ; expedition to Dassein, an I capture of 

Netrrais, Hassein, aii<l lamina ; act on t at Semhike and Napudec, storming of .Mellonn, and b title 
u( Pagahin .Me.v. He ii No serve I tliniujiout the eampai.'ns in .Vffghani-tan from 1818 to 1842 
iitclii.'<ive, iiioliidin;; the expe<lilinn to (iirii-hk, storm and capture ot (ihuznee ' .Med il >, storming 
of the Khooffl Cabool Pas>, affair of Ti zee.i, f .roing the Jugdulliick Pa<s, reducti' n of the fort of 
Mainoo Khail, heniic d:rence of JelWlahad, and sorties on the 14ih .N'ov. and 1st Dec. 1841, llih 
March, 24ih March, and 1st April, 1K42 ; geieral ation and -lefeat of Akbar Khan lieforc Jella- 
Uhad on the 7th A]>ril 1842 (Mi-dal), in which action he commanded the cemre column after the 
all of Colonel Dcnnic. Commanded the l:jtii in storming the heights of Jugdullurk, in the geae- 

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108 War Services of the Jfojors. 

•ral action oi" Tezeen, an 1 at the i-ecaptur. 
paaiotishiil) of the Bath. 

82 Major Wade served throughout the campaigns in Affghanistan from 1838 to 1842 inclusiv«, : 
— he was Adjutant of the 13th at tlie storm and capture ot Ghaznee (Medal), and Major of tirigade 
at the assault and capture of the town and forts of Tootumdarrali, storm of Jhoolglinr, night, 
attack at Baboo Koosh Ghur, destruction of Kliardnrrah, and assault of Peruandurrali, 
Present with the 13th at the storming of the Koord Cabool Pass (wounded), affair of IVzcen, 
forcing the Jugdullucli Pass, reduction of the foi't of Mamoo Khan, heroic defence of Jellalabadl 
and sorties on tlie 14th Nov. and 1st Dec. 1841, 11th March, 24th March, and Ist April, 1842 ; 
general action and defeat of Akbar Khan before Jellalabad (Medal), storming the heights of 
Jugdulluck, geneial action of Tezeen, and recapture of Cabool (Medal). 

83 Major Greenwood served on tl.e China expt'dition (Medal). 

84 Major Ferdinand White served, as a Captain, in tiie 4Ulh, throughout the operations in 
Candahar and Affglianistim in 1841 and 42 (Medal), and also at the battle of Maharaj pore (Me(Uil). 

85 Major Bond served «ith the 53rd Regiment in the Sutlej campaign in 1846, and was ■ 
present at the affair of Buddiwal, and in the actions of Aliwal and Sobraon (Medal and Clasp), i 

86 Major Kenny served in tlie Peninsula, from June 1813, to the end of the war, including the 
action at Osma, battle of Vitioria, siege and capture of San Sebastian, pa=siige of the Bidas-oa 
(severely wounded above the left hip) ; St. Jean de Luz, and the series of actions betwten the 9th 
and 13t"h Dei;. 1813 in front of the intrenched camp near Bayonne. Served also in Ava, and was 
present in most of tlie operations throughout tiie war. He has received the War Medal and three 
Clasps for Vittoria, San Sebastian, and Nivelle. 

87 Major O'Grady was present with the 62nd in the operations in 1814 against the French in 
retreat from Leghorn, including the affairs of Savona and Spezzia, forcing their positions on 
the heights of Neioi, and capture nf Genoa. In the sume year he served in the American wiir, 
and was present at the capture of Castine. He served with the 48th at the captur.? of Coorg in the 
East Indits in 1834 j in commaiid of the left wing of the Queen's Royals, during tlie campaign ot 
1844-5, in the Southern Cone in and Sawant \Varree eou^itry, including the investment and cap- 
ture of the Forts of ^lonohur and Munsuntosh ; and on particular service in the Kathr war (South 
of Africa ) during pirt of 1 846-7. 

88 Major Hale served the Sutlej campaign of 1845-6 with the 3rd Light Dragoons and was 
present at the battks of Muodkee, Ferozesliali, and Sobraon (Medal and Clasps). 

89 Major Tew served with the 50th in the battle of Punniar (Medal). Also the campaign of 
1845-6 on the Sutlej ( Medal and three Clasps) including the battles ofMoodkee, Ferozeshah, 
Aliwal, and Sobraon (dangerously wounded). 

90 Major Hind served with the 45th Regt. in the KafRr War. 

91 Major Pearson served at the siey:e of Bhurtpore, and was a volunteer for the dismounted 
cavalry storming party. He served also in the action at Maharajpore, 29th Dec. 1843 (Medal), 
and in the campaign on the Sutlej in 1840, includmg the battles of Buddiwal, Aliwal, and 
Sobraon: at Aliwal he commanded the right wing of the I6th Lancers, and subsequently the 
regt., as also at Si braon. 

92 Major Longworth joined the 40th early in 1842 at Candahar, and served with it in 
Affghanistan, and was present in the engagements if the 30th August at Goaine, and 5th Septem- 
ber before Ghuznee, the occupation and destruction of that fortress and of Cabool, and the various 
minor affairs in and between the Bolan and Khyber Passes: Medal inscribed "Ghuznee ami 
Cabool." He served also the campaign of the Suilej in the 31st, and was present at the liattles of 
Moodkee, Ferozeshah, Buddiwal, Aliwal, and S ibraon, throughout which last he commandid the 
Regimei.t, and had his horse shot under him, — he vv;;s one of only five officers out of thirty who 
escaped being wounded in all the actions : Medal and three Clasps. 

93 Major Long fcrved the campaign on the Sutlej (Medal and three Clasp-i), in the 50tli, 
incluilin<^ the battles of Mooilkee (wounded), Ferozeshah, Aliwal, and Sobraon. 

94 Major Waugh served the Mahratta campaiun with the 16th LancerSj including the battle 
of Maharajpore (Medal), 29th Dec. 1843; also as Assist-Quartcr-Master-Genwal to Sir Harry 
Smitli during the campaign of the Sutlej (Medal and one Clasp), including the battles of Buddi- 
wal, Aliwal, and Sobraon (wounded). 

96 Major lieekham served the Peninsular campaigns of 1812, 13 and 14. 

97 Major Percival Brown served with the 41st in the Burmese war in 1824 and 25. 

98 Major Bender served in Canada from Dec. 1808, to Jan. 1815, and was present in the 
action of .Maguuga, takiii'^ of Detroit, taking several Block-houses on the Miamie River, actions 
at the River RaiRin and Miamie, storming of Sanduskey and Fort Niagara, engageuitnt of 2nd 
Jan. 1814, actions at Black Rock and at Buffalo. He has received the War Medal and one Clasp 
for Fort Detroit. 

99 Major Mylius served with the 26th throughout the China expedition (Medal), and was 
present at tlie first capture of Cliusan, the operaiions before Canton from the 24th to the 31st 
May 1841, at Woosung, Shanglme, Chin Kiang Foo, and Nanking. 

100 Major Mackay served with the 21st Fusiliers the campaign of 1807 in Emypt. Made; 
prisoner of war in an engagement with the enemy in Calabria 16tli June 1809, and detained as 
sucli until 14th May 1814. Pre-en , at New Orleans, 8th Jan. 1815. 

101 Major Crcagli served in the Anglo-Spanish Legion, and was engaged on the heights of 



War ii'cr vices of the Majors. 109—111 

Arlulian in Alava, on tlie lOtli, 17tli. and 18th January 1836, besides several other aflaiM. Ho 
«a» al<o tMnployed on a I'urticular Service in Canaila at the uutbreali of tlie Kebellion in 1837. 

lO'J Major ^cott was ut tlie destrnction of two shijis of ihe l:ne in ilie bay of Cette, iJOtii Oct. 
1809; in aclioawith the rrench fleet olf Toulon, IDthJuly, 1811 ; in the aciion at >'avarino, 20lh 
Oct. 18J7. 

103 Major Gray sened throujjhout the Burmese war. and was eni^aged in the attack on the 
eni'niy'6 entrcncheil postitiou near Uungoou, storming tlie 8tiick<i<les at Kokcin, Tiintahuin, Pan- 
Uiig, Deiioljiu Pagoda, capture of Denobiu, the entreuclicd position nenr Pronie, Malown, and 
I'agjlim Mew. Served al-o in Scinde and Bel locliistan from lt(3"J to 184'2. 

)l>4 Miijor Prior served in the Peninsida witli the 1 Ith Dragoons, and was present nt the battle 
of S.dumanca, and various outpost atl'airs. Sirved als>i the campaign of 18l.j; commanded the 
skirniislas of the 18. h Hussars on the 17th June, and received the first fire of the French army 
on that day; present ulso at the battle of Waterloo and capture of Paris. He has received the 
War Medal with one Clasp for Salamanca. 

105 .Major Tinling served wiili the 13tli at the capture of Ranpronn, 1 1th May 18'24. 

100 Major Murray served in the Kandian war in Ceylou in 1817-18. 

I(i7 Major Hourchier served in Frame with the army niuhr the Duke ofWellington from 1815 
to 1818; and i:i Cana'la during the insurrection in 1838 a id 30, and was employed at Prescot, 
uu<ler Colonel Young, in organizing the Md:tia of tlia' section of the Province. 

Iu8 Major John Uolton served the Mahratta campaigns of 1817 and 18, and was present at the 
■lege of Uhygbur. 

lot) .Major Lloyd served the campaign of 1815 and was present at fho batile of Waterloo, 
taking of Cambiay, and capture of Paris. Served one campaign latter part of 182f> against the 
lUjali of Kolapore. .Also ilie campaign in the Soutlurn Mahratta Country in 1844 (including the 
ttorniing of Punclla), and that in ibe Concan in 1845- 

1 10 .Major Barnes scrveil at the capture of Fort Anjur in Cutch 25th Dec. 1815; the Mahratta 
campaigns of 1817-18 ; e-calade of the Fort of Bhnij in Cmch, March 181D; siejje of Ras-el- 
iKyniab and Zyah in .\rabia, Dec. 181'J; escalade of Dwarka Oliamaudel, Dec. 1820; action of 
Beni-Iloc.-Ally'in Arabia, .March 1821. 

11! Major Riley was in an engagement with a French squadron in the Mozambique clianncl 
3rd July 1810 ; served tlie .\epaul camj)aii;n of 1814 and 15. 

112 .Slajor Fyumore. previously to entering tlie Royal Marines, served several years as mid- 
shipman in the navy, and wax at the battle of Trafalgar and at Bucuos Ayres in 1807. In I8U9 
and 10 he served in the Great Belt in command of a gun-boat employed in the protection of our 
convoys, and wai engaged with the enemy's gun and row-boats. On the night of the Isl of Aug. 
1810 cut out thrt'c merchant \es«els under a heavy fire of field-pieces and muske ry. Six weeks 
fletacbed fmm H. M. S. Vantjuiird the same year, to intercejit the communication between the 
Port of Rortock and Wismar . assisted at the capture of a convoy of five sail, and drove on shore 
and de«iriiyed an armetl row-boat. In 1810 he served at Algiers ; and in 1821, 22, and 23, in the 
We«l I tidies, and was engaged with piratical vesseUon the coast of Cuba, five of which were captured. 
■ 113 Major Johnston s< rved with the 4"Jth throughout the whole of the oiicrutioni in China, 
jcxccpt the capture of .Se_'Oiin, and was present at the attack and capture of Cliusan (bo h 
/>perations ), storm and capture of the heiglits above Canton, attack and capture of Amoy an<l 
Cliinhae, occupation of Nin^po and repulse of the night attack, attiick and capture of Segoan, 
Cha|>oo, Woosiing, and Chin Kiang Foo, and demonstration before Nankin. 

114 Major Deverell serveil the Deccan campaigns of 1810, 17, and 18; in the Persian Gulf in 
1819 and 20, including the capture of the Arab fortresses of Ras-el-Kliyma and Zyah ; and in the 
Burine»c war, from Nov. 1825 until the peace in 1820, including tlie capture of Donabew, attacks 
-in the height near Proine, of Maloon, and of several stockades. 

115 .Major M'Mahon served with the 9fh Lancers in the campaign on the Sutlej in 1846, and 
»■• present at the battle of S.ibraon (.Medal;. 

ll(i .Major George Francis White ecrveil the campaign on the 8utlej in 1845-0, with the Slst, 
Deluding the battles of Moodkee and Ferozcshah, for which he has received the Medal and ono 
rUsp. He was afterwards i)resent at Biiddiwal. 

117 .Major Seagrom served with the 45th in the Kaffir war of 1847. 

118 Major Driberg, prior to entering the army, serveti five years and a half as miiMiipman in 
ibe royal navy ; in 1pU8, "J, and 10 on the Eo.st India station ; in 1><I2 and 13 in the blockading 
Mjuailrons oft" Flushing, therbourg and Texel, and in the Baltic. In 1815 he served as a vol.in- 
'■^a in the Kandian camjiaigii in Cevlon. 

119 .Major Ward 8ei-\ed with the 91st in the Kaffir War of 1846-47. 

12t» .Major Stokes scr\-ed with the 3«th Rigt. throughout the B-inncse War ( Medal) ; aiid with 
J>e 3jnh Regl. in the batile of .Maharajpore (Medal ). 

121 .Miij.ir Prendcrgasl served throughout the Bunno-c war, and was present at Ihe t.iking of 
Prome, storming the enemy's works on the 1st, 2nd and 5th Dec. 1825, and 19ih Jan. 182U, and 
jattlc of Pagam Mew. 

122 .Major Iloworth was actively employed in Canada during the Rebellion in 1837-8-9.- he 
«rTed aUo in the Katfir campaign in I84(i. 

123 -Major Tudor served with the 38lh Regt. throughout the Burmese war (Medal). 

124 Major Watson served during the suppression .f the Rebellion in the Kan1i..n Provinces, 
sland of Cevlon, io 1848, and was present when the insurgtnts were defeated at Matole ou the 
S)th July. 



112 



OFFICERS WITH LOCAL RANK. 



GENERALS. 
flS. Vise. Combermere, 

GCB.^ GCII. do. East 

Indi' a 

TredwayClarke23Nov.41rfo. 

^3 Hugh, Vise. Ooiiah, (V CB. 

3Marcli43 E.Iiid. 

^ Sir Charles J. Xapier, 

GC'iJ. 6March 40 do. 

V ffiEi Sir Wm. Maynaid 

Goram, KCB. 24 Sejit. 50 
do. 
^ 321 H. rise. Hardiiii 

GCB.-2&S,pt.l6l,-2. So 

long us he is in Com 

niinid of Her ilJaJisti/'s 

Army. 



LIEUT.-GENERA]-S. 
Count Wallmoden, KCB, 

21 Jan. 13 Cunti.ncnt, 
13 3511 John, Lord Seaton, 
GCB. GCMG. GCH. 

8 July, 36 

D/Jjier 4' Lo'ver Cniinda. 

pnt.Ho7i. Sir Ed. Blakenev 

G OB. 4- GCH. 26 Aug. 86 

Iieliuul. 

Tho. Boles, 23 Nov. 41 E.I. 

Sir Hnpton Stratford 

Scoit, KCB. do. do. 

^G. .Mrtr^.of I'weeddale. A" T. 

CB. 15 Apr. 4•^, Madras 

^ fiCi Sir \V. M. Gonim, 

KCB., 22 July, 

Mauritius. 

1846. 9 Nov. East Indies. 

H.S.Osborne 

Sir Jas. L. Caldwell, GCB. 

G. Carpenter 

Sir Dav. Leighton, KCB. 

Jas. Welsh 

Sir Jas. Russell, KCB. 

IMartin White 

Rich. Podmore 

Sir Rob. Houstoun, KCB. 

Jn. Grcenstreet 

W. L. Pereira 

Geo. R. Kemp 

John Munro 

J. A. P. Macgregor 

Sir J. Prendenast 

Sir Wm. Richards, KCB. 

Alex. Duncan 

Robert J. Latter 

Jerry F. Dyson 

.Sir John Dovelon, KCB. 

Alex. Fair, CB. 

D. M'Pherson 

Sir J. L. Lushington, GCB. 

Wm. C. Fraser 

Win. Gilbert 

^ ajH 5(> H. G.W. Smith, 
Ih. GCB. 3 Sept. 47 Crt;;(; 
o/ Goorf ifo/;«. 

Tff aaa Wm. Rowan, CT? 
Canada 22 June 49 

43 S> John Grey, KCB. 
25 Oct. 50, East Indies 

\3 Win. Wood, CB. KH. 
14 Mar. 51, Windteard 
and Lteirard Is'ands 

\J Sir Riclurd Armstrong, 
C'iJ.9iMay51, Eastlndies 

1851. 11 Nov. Eastlndies. 

Rich. Whish 
A. Andrews, CB. 
Jas. Ahmuty 
C.M'Leod, CB. 
W. Sandwith, CB. 
Mosscin Boyd 



John M'Innes 

J. F. Salter, CB. 

Patrick Byers 

E. Carlwright 

H. G. A. Taylor, CB. 



Aich 



\\; 



Jas. Durant 

Brook Bridges Parlby, CB. 

Hen. Hodgson 

Sir R. Hen.Cunliffe,Bf. CB. 

John Truscott 

John WouUe 

E. JI. G. Showers 

F. W. Wilson, CB. 
Jn. H. CoUette 
Patrick Cameron 
John Cari'rae 
Rich. Wtst 

Geo. Jackson 

S. Goodlellow 

Jas. S. Fraser 

P. De la Motte, CB. 

Hen. Hutliwaite 

T. Wilson, CB. 

Geo. Swiney 

Sir G. Pollock, GCB. 

A. Lindsay, CB. 

SwWaltei-Raleigh 

Gilbert, Bart. GCB. 
E. Frederick, CB. 
Geo. B. Brooks 
Peter Lodwick 
J. Morse 
Sueton.H. Todd 
John Briggs 
Harry Thomson 
J. Kennedy, CB. 
Benj. Roope 
C, W. Hamilton 

E. F. Waters, CB. 
W. M. Burton 

Sir W. S. Whish, KCB. 

G. Hunter, CB. 
R. C. Andree 
G. II. Steuart 
Mark Cubhon 
S. R. Strover 
Horatio T. Tapp 
Tho. Shubrick 
Wm. H. Kemm 
Thomas King 
Thomas Morgan 
Duncan Macleod 
Win. Cnllen 
David Barr 

Sir J. H. Littler, GCB. 
Wm. \ incent 
Thomas Marrett 
J. .4. Hodgson 
Thomas Hen. Paul, 
Ezekiel Barton 
H.T. Robert?, CB. 

F. Farquhar.son 
Right Hon. SirH.Vot- 

tinger, Bart. GCB. 
Govern o»\5' Co)ii man - 
dcr - in - Chief' at 
Madras 
R. Tickell, CB. 

iil£i Hon. George Cathcart, 
30 Jan. 52, Cajn oj Good 
Hope. 



MAJOR-GENERALS. 
Ut. Hon. Sir George Arthur, 
Burt. KCH. 22 Dec. 37. 
Upper Canada. 
19 Sir Fra. Cockburn 

10 Feb. 43, Bahamas 
y«121l Sir H. G. VV. Smith, 
jBa/<. GCB. 7 Apr. 46. 

East Indies. 
(3 321 Henry Somerset, CB. 
KH. 16 .May 51, 

Cape of Good Hope. 



COLONELS. 
Fra. Raw. Chesney 

27 Nov. 34 Asia 

W.Wylde,CB. lOFcb.37 

Spain 

H. H. Rose, CB. 17 Nov. 40 

Syria. 

y aa:i Geo. JlacdonaUl, 24 

Dec. 41 W.Coust of Africa 

T. Monteath Douglas, CB., 

A.D.C. to the QiKen, 4 

Oct. 42 E. Indies 

G.P.Wvraer,0B.,.4.i».C. to 

the Qucen,2S Deo. E.Ind. 

Wm. Paitle, CB. A.D.C. to 

theQueeii 4July43 E.Ind. 

John Geo. Bonner, 

10 Nov. 43 E.Ind. 

*Edward Hay, 1 March, 44 

East India Company's 

Depfit at Wnrleij. 

Sir H. M. Wheeler, KCB. 

A. D. C. to the Queen, 

3 Apr. 46 East Indies 

G. E. Gowan, CB. A. de C. 

to the Queen, \9Junei6do 

P. Montgomerie, CB. A. de 

C. to the Queen, do. do 

9 Nov. 1846. East Indies. 
James Stuart, CB. 
Charles Ovans 
William Henry Hewitt 
J. Home 

G. Wm. Aylmer Ll<iyd, CB. 
Fran. Haleman 
Alex. Tulloch, CB. 
Arch. Brown Dyce 
Fred. Buckley 
J. Wlieeler Cleveland 
Rob. Blackall 
David Capon, CB. 
Wm. Dona d Robertson 
Duncan Sim 

Geo.Henr>l[acKinnon,CB. 

16 June 48 Kajfrnria 

Foster St^ilker, CB. Aide- 

de-Camp to the Queen. 

7 June 49 East Indies 
Christopher Godby, CB 

7Jun^49 E.Indies 
Nicholas Penny, 

CB. d<y. do. 

2 Aug. 1850. East Indies. 
Patrick Grant, CB. Aide- 

de-Camp to the Queen 

22 Aug. 1851. St. Helena 
Tho. Gore Browne, CB. 



LIEUT.-COLONELS. 
H. P»'j?iccReus3 

30 Dec. 13 Continent 
Bissell Harvey, A' //^. 

Id Uay l» Continent 
J. F. Fulton, KH.2i Nov. 25 
Contiiieni 
J. F. De Burgh 

12Jan.26 Continent 
E. Hawkshaw 

15 June Continent 
Antli.S.KingSAug. do. 
Hen. Roberts 50ct. do. 
Andrew Tilt 12 do. do. 
Aug. Meade 19 do. do. 
Hon. J. Walpole 

26 do. do. 
Donald Mackay do. do. 
-intli. Rumpler 

9 Nov. do. 
P Fletcher Wilkie 

30 do. do. 



J. S. Hawkshaw 

!4 Dec. 26 ContinerU 
L. A. Niirthey do. do. 
Jas. Oriusby 28 do. do. 
Hon. J. Browne do. do. 
13 MX Sir Win. Verner,B/. 

28 Dec. Continent. 
J. R. Udney do. do. 
Justin Shell, CB. 

2 June, 37 Persia 
Rich. Wilbraham do.do. 
G.P.Cameron, CB. do. do. 

E. H. D. E. Napier, 

17 Nov. 40 Part. Serv. 

T W.O. M'Niven, do. do. 

Francis Farrant, 11 Mar. 42 

Persia. 

G.Huish, CB. 23 Dec.£./«rf. 

F. Blundell, CB. do. do. 
J. Camiihell, CB. do. do. 
W. F.Williams 3 Mar. 43 

Turl/cy 4' Persia 
A. T. Reid, CB. 4 July 43. 
E. Ind. 
C. Waddington, CB. do. do. 
M. Stack, CB. do. do. 

W. Wyllie, CB. do. do. 
W. J. Browne, CB. do. do. 
P. F. Story, CB. do. do. 
A. Woodburn, CB. do. do. 
J. Outram, CB. do. do. 
J.G.Druramond. 30 Apr. 44 
Hope Dick do. do. 

Wm.Mactier.CB.do. do. 
Jos. Nash, CB. do. do. 
J. Alexander do. do. 
J. T. Lane, CB. do. do. 



3 Apr. 46. Eastlndies. 
Hugh Sihbald,C'B. Ben. Inf. 
L. S. Bird, do. 

W. H. Wake, Bengal Inf. 
David Birrell, do. 
T. Polwhele, do. 

J. H.Handscomb, do. 
R. J. H. Birch, CB. do. 
F. Brind, CB. Bengal Art. 
Geo. Camijbell, do. 
P. Innes, Bengal Inf. ti 
H. B. Smith, 1 May, 

Recruiting for E. I. Co, 
at Bristol 



19 June 46. Eastlndies. 
W. J. Thompson, CB. Ben- 
gal Infantry 
Sir H. M. Lawrence, A'CB. 
Bengal Art. 
J. F.Bradford, C7i.BenK.Cav. 

B. Y. Reilly, Bengal tng. 
G. S. Lawrenson, CB. Ben- 
gal A.TU 

J. Angelo, Bengal Cav. 

C. Grant, CH Bei p al Art. 
H. M. Grav.^s, Bengal Inf. 
A. Jack CB. do. 

J.T Leslie, CB., 13 July 47 
£. I. Co.'s Depot at 
ti arley 



7 June 1849. East Ind. 
J. C. Tudor, 46 Bengal 

N. I. 
6. C. Ponsonby, 11 Bengal 

L. C. 

F. B. Corfield, 20 Bengal 
N. I. 

E. Green, CB. 21 Bombay 
N. I. 

G. Furquharson, 8 Bengal 
N. I. 

C. Blood, Bonibav Art. 

J. D. H.tllett, CB, 3 Bombay 

N.I. 
J. Finiiis, 51 Bengal N. I. 



Lucul liuitk. 



113 



W.n.Corflfld.31 Pong.l N.I. 
J. S. Lrrwn, Bombiy Aii. 
K. St. Juiiii, 1 Uuiiibik) E. R. 
T. V.Ui.CH.i BeiiKBl K.R. 
U. Ojrtwll, Bri.gal Art. 
K. HuiilorO, tlu. 
J Clirijl H, 3 Iknmil C. 
Il..\« |.r. B.ii^al Kiig. 
A. M. U.nliFr.01 UtiiRul X.I. 
J. F'>i.lvcr, lUii.ul Art. I 

} V !•,.■ ..yiit:,3« lkiii{.IN I 
:,..►.... Cfl.S .lo. I 
• i.n. Cli. U do. I 
r. II IK'iiK>l t. C. 
I. Bomb T Yms. 
J.> il..Ji{»..n, liilrii.al.NM. 
J. K. M-CiuiluiiJ, TUBrngul 
, >. I. 

J. 1. Munatt, B*>nf!al Art. 

iiirr. lii'iiKal L. C. 

t.'ia Be^su .\. I. 

niie, 8 (k'liicul L.C. 

i'. Uwri'iice. 11 do. 

K S\ Il.nm-r, 4 Uoiiibii) X.I. 

,& WiilMius, 8 BtiiKal \. I. 

J. Hobtoii. 1 Bombuy E. K. 

.n. J. Mmil. IV) liuiiibay N.I. 

■ 0. B. Treiiieiibetre, Bengal 

En{ine«r« 
Sir Bichraoiid C. Shake- 
. •(H^ar, Brncal Arljl ery 

I a Au(s. 50. £■«< IiulUs. 
J. B. Bellu«ls 9 Honibuy .N.I. 

10 Auk- M. Ottoman 
DoiiiinU'tu. 
H. C. Rawliuson, Cli. 
1 March il. AttJucombt. 
i«Prrd. Abbott, an 

II .Not. IS5I. Katt IndUf. 
U H. !iii.iih, 6 UoiiKul Cav. 
W. Co-.;hUin, B4>iiib.i« Art. 
P. Aiitir.!h.-r,<fl. Mud.Arl. 
A.J.M.fttir|.|.37 .Ma.lru« N.I. 
P. W. Haudt.2 Mudta" E.K. 
iA.Pinton.4d Madni» N. I. 
t. Jrnkint, 47 Benfcal .\. I. 
I. P. Bird, 34 .Matlras .V. I. 
•0. U. C. 5«tnytli, 3 Ben. Car. 



UAJORS. 

EmMl, B'iroH de 

Schmledfm, KH. 

it)S«\tt.C<nitlnml 
i*. Sankey lu Aug. 2(5 

CoHlinml 

C1i».IrTlnc aiSept. do. 

Htarf LiKht Vti do. </o. 

i. lii.Hrice 9 Nov. do. 

• n« do. rfo. 

< rihwaltcdo. do. 

]-m 10 do. do. 

t vbbcy do. do. 

'. i>. Kelluwrt Jo. do. 

>V Hautm Su .\uv. do. 

|J.Ri.inry 14 D. do. 

w. Phli.pa do. rfo. 

W.D.SpoonerSSdo. do. 

Xm. Thornton, -ii* Dm-, ^d 

Contiiniil 
A'lQ.W.SwainfSodo. rfo. 
'ra. B KII..I do. do. 
I. Air rl.l- <irt.28/l«-c-./i>r 
, K III. l'< ^ii.iil Ltrerj oui 
otioLautiliti ii'JJ'Mif I'enlu 
UU Pat. Ljnrh, do. do. 
'b^H.Churrbtlll? Nut. 40 
P.S. 

L.C.A.Mfvrr,V3NoT.4l 
Car. lU/Jol at Mnu1$itnie. 
•.Sraton. fJJ.4 0rt.42 E.l. 
i. P. Bum do. do. 

>R.Mamwarin( do. do. 
^O.P.J.Younghutband 
do. do. 
'••o. Hall Mac- 
Crrjor, fa. do. Afl- 
ghanulan. 
. Halkell Craisir, CB. 

23 Dec. 42 Ji. Inri. 
. Pfrn«,f B. do. do. 
. A. R-id, CB. do. do. 
euniu.,.,u,ffl.d... rf„. 
V. RIddrll do. do. 

■. T. Pear*, rU. do. do. 



R CMuore, CB. 

St) 0. c. 49. E. Ind. 
D. K. E\u.ii, do. do. 
J. .Macaduni do. do, 
M. V. \\lllon(iliby,f/J. 

4 July 43 Ji. Inri. 
W.T. Wliiliii, fii. do. «/o. 
J. Jacktun, CB. do. dj 
A. Tuckir, CB. do. do. 
W.B.(>.B.tiikiii'>,f/l.do do. 
Hy. Clayton, 30 Apr. 44 E.l 
U. Cantl.y do. do. 

I'liilip Hurris do. do. 

N. A. Parker do. do. 

K. H. Evuni do. do. 

Ufo. Thomson, CB. 2 Aug. 
Bccruitiiuj fur the K. 1. 
(o. at Cork. 
Gronjo Mutt, CB. 

•2 Jan. 44 East lad. 
Kobert ilt-nderson, CB. 

•ib Jan. 45. do. 
Joshua Tail. CB. do. do. 
W m. Muj lie, 23 Sept. 45 do 
GeorKe Hull Mac Grej:or, 
CB. II Nov. 45 A', ludic* 
S Apr. 46. Eiisl Indus 
l{. Ilouuhton, Ueii.al Inf. 
J. L. ru>lor, llen^al Inf. 
\V. B. Ihoiuson, Bins. Inf. 
J. K. Pond, B.ngal Inf. 
U. John-ton, do. 

Pairii-k Huy, do. 

R. r.Sandeiiian, do. 

Henr\- Palmer, do. 
I)a>id Pott, do. 

O. H.Swinley, Beiipal Art. 
A. Muodongall, Bengal Inf. 

lU June, 40. East Indict. 
J. Turton, Bengal .\rt. 
P. B. Bodeau, do. 
Colin Troup, Bengal In- 
fantry. 
A. L. Campbell, Beng. Cav. 
M. K. Loftie, Beng..l Inf. 

W. K. Baktr, Bengal Kng. 
R. Waller, Bingal Art. 
Cha. O'Btien, Bengal Inf. 

W. ^. Pi Hani, Bengal Art. 
T. L. Harrington, Ben. Cav. 

D. t^alon, Btngal Inf. 
2 Oct. l»4e. Eatt IndUt. 

W. F. Grant 
9 Not. I»40. Eait Indict 

Tiios. Pa.l. y Hay 

Henry Teinplcr 

\Vm. Geo. Lennox 

Wni. Kawlint 

Rich. Kodnev RickelU 

Cha. Jai. Green 

J. Tho. .•<rnith 

J. Gwennap Hum* 
j Jidin Uptrup 

Jut. :it<'tei.i 

(Jeo. Wright 
I (;eo. Tun bull Marshall 
' John Byng 

Win. Put .Macdonald 

John SMuntoii 

Arch. Neil .\lBclean 

(iiibf-rt Jat. Richardson 

Kirh. Blood 

Ja-. Unnituy Birrell 

Jot. Cottleld 

Edtv. J. Wai>on 

Alirrd Borradatle 
' Fran. Forbes 

Petfr .\Ul»ill Meltill 
. John Head Brown 

(ieo. Monro Arthur 

Hob. ('•^drlniiton 

Gf-o. B'lXhain Arbuthnot 
I Win. Recce 

Riib. Dennis White 

John PUlt 

B<-nJ. Crispin 

Da«id Cur>laln 

W ro. And. I.ndlow 

Anh. Cole Spolliswoode 

Jo-. Graham 

Ja». Teinpleton BriH 
Rob. Caii.i • . 11 

aeo. Noll 



Chris. Simpson Mating 

dam. Kith. Hicks 

CliaS. I'ooley 

Kob. Garritt 

Ji.». Walker Bayley 

John llaMiu 

John WulKins 

Chu. J. L. «e8 

Geo. Rich. Talbot 

Win. Bfuumonl 

Jolin • o per 

J. Kdmond-tone Landers 

John Cuiujorleuo 

Win. Caile'.ton Orinsby 

John ll.ilchings 

Alex. CorM' Scott 

Uavid Haudsoii 

Tiio. J. dm Niithull 

John Welclinian 

.\rih. Kii)VHlt 

J. Hen. Bimden Cungdon 

S. l'r,i>er Ilunimh 

John Shepherd 

T. G. E. (JaiiiMiell Kenny 

Hen. .iiig. Hornsby 

Rich. Hall 

Alex. Mucleod 

Alex. B. Le Mesurier 

(^ ha. Brooke Morion 

Rich, .limelo 

fcdw. J. Dickey 

Win. Fergusson Beatson 

WilloukhUy Trevelyaii 

John Back 

J. Skarden Ramsay 

Kdwiii Hen. .Atkinson 

William Hill 

Jiiiiiea Ben well 

W in. Brett 

Cha. Lucas 

Hen. Willoughby Trevelyan 

Fred. Win. Birch 

Robert M'Nair 

IJuUcrode B> grave 

John Cha. Hunes 

(ieo. Sidney Wilkinson 

Hen. Bovfer 

Sam. Auchinleck Grant 

Chu. Fran. Le Hardy 

Robert Gar^lin 

Diivid Archer 

Mich. John Rowlandson 

William Hulpin 

Couhill Glendwr Oltley 
Jidin Blaxluiid 

John Hill 

Cha. Wo.«lfnll 

I-'r.iiicis Dudgeon 

Gun. Cowper Uochfort 

John (iordon 

llul.ert Marshall 

John W ni. Hicks 
I Hanilyn Luiicuurt Harris 

Jolin Liddell 
j St. Ge rge Dim. Showers 

Cha. Moray .Macleane 

W m. Scott Adams 

Rob. N.ch. Fuuiice 
I William Stewart 
I Heniy Druminond 

S^iniersel Jaiiiet Grove 

George Le Grand Jacob 

John Grant 
' K. Aiitlrulher Farquharson 
I Uun. H. Burrurd Dulifll 
I Hampden Nicholson Pepper 

Philip (iohlney 

J. Cliicheley Plo»den 

George M'-yle Shcrer 

Fred. Lewis Nicolay 

Alex. Rob. Rote 

Kdw. Darvalt 

Win. Hen. Alklnton 

Rob. Long ^hnne 

W in. Bintield Wemyss 

Jame* Pope 

Hugh Aug. Roscawcn 

Peti r Alibolt 

HIrh. DrouKhl 

W m. Kustell 

Donuld Mackay Scobie 

John Jacob, CB. 10 Jan. 

h. Inditt 



George Bal our, 8 Oct. 47 
Fred.ConyersColton,. Madras 

Eng.l 1 Dec.47. EtitI Indict 
Herbert HenJ.EdwardcNf JH. 

Bengal Arm\, 12 Sept. 48 

Lahore terririrlet 

Harvey Tei rickCombe, Beu- 

iriil Army, do. do. 
Wni. Henry Kenny, li. p. 

01 P. 23 March <0. 

Itriv Zealand 
John I'ilt Keiine.iy, M Drs. 

24 .Mar.4U East liuliet 

7 June 1349. Eittt J,>d. 
H. Stiles, 1 Bonihuy E. P. 
11 H. l.loy,l,;j Bengal N.I. 
J Ahholt, llellg.il Art. 
A. W ie.il'ey. 6 Uei.gul L.C. 
F. K. Duncan, Bengal Art. 
J. Lang, .iO Bengal N. I. 
J.J.H.iiiiilion 30 Uen!:.N.r. 

J. W. H. J ieson, 52 do. 

T. Moore, 8 Bengal L. C. 
C. Campbell, 42 Bengal N.I, 
E. H. Hart, lU Bombay N.I. 
P H. Skinner, U do. 

E. P. .Master, Bengal Art. 
R. A. Master, 7 Bengal L.C. 
J. Ram^a^, 3.'> Bengal >'. I. 

F. Lloyd, 19 do 

G. Caulley, 8 Bengal L. C. 
T. Tap,., 1 Koinbuy E. F. 
J. G. (JIa.'i furd, Bengal Eng. 
W.P.Robbins,l5 Bengal N.I. 
U. R. Kiiileside, Bengal Art. 
J. Clarke, 25 Bengal N. I. 
Geo. Biddulph, 45 do. 

H. .M. Duraiid, Bengal Eng. 

Wm. Aiercrombie, do. 

J. D. Macpherson, 22 Bengal 

W. M.Gabbelt, Madras Art. 

E. O. Austin, Bengal Art. 

M. .Mackenzie, Bengal Art. 

J. R. Wotern, Bengal Eng. 

J. A. D. Fergussun, 6 Ben- 
gal L. C. 

W. K. Warner, Bengal Art. 

G. P. Whish, 00 Bengal N. I. 

M. Dawet, Bengal Art. 

Charles Hosge, do. 

M. h.Slier»il ,12BengaIE.R. 

T. W. H.ck!., B.mbay Art. 

J. F. Nembliard, 50 Bengal 
N. I. 

J. Abcrcrombie, Bengal Art. 

.>S. Turnbull, Bombay Art. 

J. K.m^ay, I Bombay E. F. 

R. W. D. Uiih, do. 

.\. Cunningham, Bengal Eng . 
, E. Wmgins, 52 Bengal .N. 1. 

J. N icholsi.n, 27 Bengal X.l. 
j 7 June 1849. In the 
PuiV<iu6. 

E. J. Lake, Bengal Eng. 
' R.G.Taylor, II Benuul L.C. 
|C. Herbert, 18 Bengal N. I. 
I 14 June 1849. JiMtt Indut. 
'Geo. Malcolm, I Bombay 

> N. B. Chamberlain, 10 
I Bengal N.I. 
I 2 Mach 1850. Eatt India. 
Herbert Benj.Kdwardes,( iJ. 

I Bengal E. R. 
17 April Ipso. Eint Indiet. 
H.J. Staiinus,5 Bengal L.C. 

20 .May 50. Etitt J„d. 
Wm. Oianl Preiidergast, S 

Bengal Car. 
S Aug. If50. Eatt Indie*. 
W. C. Campbell, 30 Ueiigal 

N.I. 
Charlet Cheape, 51 do. 
W. h. Muieusier, 04 do. 
O. lav.nauh, 32 B<n. N*. I. 
;lo Aug. 50, E. Inuics. 
J. Roxburgh, 24 Sept. ;o. 
Hccruiling for E. I. I o. 
ot .\nrri/ 
I J.S. Paion, 14 Rmgil N.I. 
I OFeb. .M. tail ludtct. 
I J. D.O. Tullorh, l8Apr.SI. 
Svrth Avitrica 



114 



Local Rank. 



11 Nov. 18S1. East Indies. 
R. Farquhar, 8 Bonibav N.l. 

F. Knvvett, 64 B-ugal' N. I. 
W.W.bunlop, 50 Mad. N.I. 
C. Macleod, 42 Madras N. I. 
N. S.Nesbiu,-i2B.n2HlN I. 
C. A. Stewart, 16 Bomb. N.I. 

G. S. Brown, 27 Bomb. N.I. 
D.Ross, 51 Bengal N. I. 

E. Du Pre Townshend. 9do. 
W. .1. B. Knvvett, 38 do. 
H. Cotton, 67 do. 
Henry Lvell, 43 do. 
W. T. BoiJdaiii, 2 Mad. Cav. 
J.Forbes, 2 Madras E.L.I. 
C. F. Liardet, 14 Madra* N.I. 
G. Giirdon, 4S Madras N. I. 
W. H. Budd, 31 do. 
J. Alexander, 8 Madras Cav. 
N.D. Barton, 6 Bengal Cav. 
P. T. French, 23 Bomb. X. I. 

E. Skipper, 7 Bombay N. I. 
G.N. Prior, 21 do. 

T. Dalyfll, 42 Bengal L.I. 
C. Birdwood, 3 Bonibav N.I. 
R. Chitty, 40 Bengal N. I. 
J. Whistler, 6Mai)ras Cav. 
W. S. Menteath, 09 Ben. N.I. 
R.Shortreed, 2 Bombay Eu. 

L.I. 
J. Holland. 28 Bombay N. I. 
S. R. Bagshawe, 7 Bengal 

N.I. 
G. Pope, 22 Bombay N. I. 
H. W. Burt, 46 Bengal N.T 
T. G. Fraser, 29 Bombay N.l. 
G. Wilson, 26 do. 
C. Boulton, 47 Bengal N. I. 
W. Anderson. 59 do. 
£. Clutterbuck, 88 Madras 

N. I. 
S. F. MackenEie,2 Mad. Cav. 
C. Yates 46 do. 
J.C. Biulderson, 35 do. 
J. W. Rickards, 21 do. 
W. E. Gibb, 14 do. 
J. S. Du Vernet, 2 Madras 

Eur. L. I. 
S. A. Lyons, 84 Bengal N. I. 
G. C. T. Slockley, 7 Bombay 

N.I. 

F. R. Bazeley, Bengal Art. 
H. Vetph, .i4 Bengal N. I. 

G. Jackson, 11 Madras N.I. 
H. S. Waters, 3 Madras Cav. 
C. Baseley, 51 Bengal N, I. 
J. H. Hampton, 50 do. 

J. H. Wakefield, 17 do. 
H. Kirke, 12 do. 
H. Prilchard, 8 Madras N. I. 
H. D. Maitland, 72 Bengal 
N. I. 



S. H. Partridge, 18 Bombay 

N. I. 
A. De Butts, Madras Eng. 
K. Gaitskell, Hengal Art. 
H. Aston, 10 do. 
.S. Landon, 16 do. 
A. Park, 29 Bengal N. I. 
K. Young, 50 do. 
A. R. J. Swinion, 32 do. 
J. Powell, 28 do. 
T. F. Blois, 11 do. 
J. Hum, 22 Bengal N. I. 
J. Fulton, 5 do. 

A. G. Young, 43 M adras N. I. 
H. J. .McGeorge, 7 Ben. N.I. 
J. Wdcox, 4 do. 

H. W. Matthews, 43 Bengal 
L. I. 

D. Graham, 28 Bombay N. I. 

B. S. Sullivan, 4 Madras Cav. 
Ponsonby 8liaw, 34 Madras 

N. I. 
H. B. Blogg, 7 Madras Cav. 
E.T.Tierney,28 Bengal N.I. 
I-. Prior, 64 do. 
W. W. Apperley, 4 Bengal 

N. Cav. 
W. Cantis, 15 Madras N. I. 

E. Vibart, 2 Bengal Cav. 

C. Cooper, 23 Bengal N. I. 
J. H. Blanchard, 63 do. 
W.Cross, 38 .Miidras N.I. 
John Bates, 40 Mad. N. I. 

E. V. P. Holloway, 42 do. 
Stuart Bayly, 26 do. 

F. Burgoyne, Madras Art. 

G. W. Y.' Simpson, do. 

W. J. Martin, 9 Ben. N. I. 

G. W. Hamilton 34 do. 

J. De W. C.J. .Moir, 28 do. 

W. C. Birch, 5 do. 

M. Hyslop, .':-9 do. 

A. Barker, 1 Mad. Fus. 

T. Back. 2 Madras N.I. 

C. Norgate, 18 Bengal N. I. 

D. T. Caddv, 70 do. 

J.J. Lnsh, 9 Madras N. I. 
H. S. Watkin, 15 Bom. N.I. 
T. Lavie, Madras Art. 
T. M'Goun,6Madra.s N.I. 
W. Jervis, 42 Bengal N. I. 

E. Baker, 32 Madras N. I. 
E.A. Guenn,2Bom.E. L.I. 
R. H. Seale,20 Bengal N. I. 
C. S. Reid, Bengal Art. 

E. Sunderland, Ben. Art. 
G. Brigiis, Madras Art. 
J. Maitland, do. 

M . Watts, do. 

A. J. Begbie, Mad. \eU. 

R. Ramsay, 10 Bengal N. I. 

F. W. Burroughs, 17 do. | 



C. Apthorp, 41 Bengal N. I. 
J. Grjham, 5 do. 
W. E. Andrews, 73 do. 
T. J,ickson, 10 Bom. N.I. 
G. Tirains, 84 Ben. N. I. 
S. Parr, 23 Bombay N. L. I. 
H. A. Shuckburgh, 40 Ben. 

N.I. 
W. H. Nlclioletts,28 do. 
G. Fulljames, 2.i Bom. N. I. 
H.D. Sheppard, 19 .Mad. N.I. 
R. H. Warden, 5 Bom. N. I. 

F. C. Marsden, 29 Ben. N. I. 
J. V. Snook, 23 do. 

A. C. Dewar, 37 do. 

C. Brown, Ks do. 

J. W. Coates, 6 Mad. N. I. 

G. P. Rickeits, 1 Ben. Cav. 
T. M. E. Moorhouse. 35 

lien. N. I. 
J. F. Porter, 1 Mad. Cav. 
T. T. Chri,tie, 17 Bom. X.I. 
A. X. lirummond, U do. 
H. C. Morse, 8 do. 
H. Green, 18 Madras N. I. 
R. Gill, 44do. 
W. C. Onslow, 44 do. 
W. E. Lockhart, 45 do. 
De Renzie J. Brett, 31 do. 
H. Colbeck,4ao. 
■*. C. Briggs, 31 do. 
G. Forster, 49 do. 
C. W. Hodson, 16 do. 
W.H. Rickards, 14 Ben. N.I. 

C. J. Richardson, 57 do. 
J. K. Phibbs.41 do. 

F. A. Williamson, 63 do. 

D. Nisbett, 53 do. 

J. Holmes, 12 Bombay N. I. 
W. Ward, Madras Art. 
II. .Marsh, 3 Bengal Cav. 
W. J. Morris, 9 Horn. N. I. 
A F.Macpherson.43Ken.L.I. 
J. M. Drake, 46 Ben. N. I. 
W. C. Stather, 1 Bom. Gren. 

N.I. 
G.P. Thomas, 64 Ben. N. I. 

E. P. Bryant, 68 Ben. N. I. 
D. Wilkie, 4 do. 

A. H. Duncan, 43 Ben. L.I. 
R. Ouseley, 50 Ben. N. I. 
A. FitzGerald, Ben. Art. 

G. F. C. Fitzgerald, do. 

W. P. Meares, 42 Ben. L. I. 
C. Seton Guthrie, Ben. En. 
C. P. Wilder, 6 Mad. Cav. 
J. Kilner, Bombav En. 
\V.K.Babington,17Mad.N.I. 
G. Larkins, Bengal An. 
G. Murray, 8 Ben. Cav. 
G. A.TuUorh, 33 Mad. N. I. 
T. Quin, 4 Ben. Cav. I 



R. R.W. Ellis, 25 Ben. N.l, 
L. P. D. Eld, 9 do. 
F. C. Minchin, 67 do. 
J. R. Arrow, 15 Mad. N. I. 
C. Pattenson, 4 Ben. N. 1. 
E. Luwiord, M dias En. 
W. Kirkman Lovd, do. 
T. Martin, 20 Bengal N. I. 
J. H. Kennedv,47Mad.N.L 
E. Mirriott, 57 Bengal N.I. 
R. G. Taylor, 2 Ben. Cav.. 

16 Dec. 

1852. 
E. Kaye, Bengal Art. 

2 Jun. East Indict. 

S. A. Abbott, 51 Bengal X. I. 

26 Mar.h do. 

C. T. Charaberlaine, 28 Ben. 

N. I. 2 May do. 

C.J. Becher, 5 Ben. Cav. 

29 Oct. do. 



Officers of the late St. 

Helena Regt. who have 

local rank at St. Helena 

and Eastward of the Cape 

of Good Hope. 

Brigadier-Gene a'. 

CharlesDallas....l4 leu. 28 

Lieiit.-Coloncl. 

C. R. G. Hodson 12 Aug. 9 

JUaJor. 

D. K. Pritchard..21 May 27 

Captains. 
M. Hunter 21 Apr. "23 

A. DenTaafte 22 Apr. 23 

B. Spiller.... 2 Apr. 28 
Mc Mahon. . . .29 Apr. 29 

A. Younge.... 5 May ."JO 
. O. Kennedy. .26Jan. 38 
.K. Doveton ..27 Jan. 33 
. Mason I Oct. S3 

Linitena7its. 
W.Melliss....l4Apr.i26 
J. Johnson ..29 Aug. 26 
F.Armstrong 21 May 27 
.P. Sampson.. 13 Sep. 27 
S. T Bond .. 9 Apr. 2a 
R. C. Mason.. I Apr. 31 

B. Knipe 26 Nov. 31 

S. Reed 2 Aug. 32 

B. Alexander 31 Jan. 33 
H. H. Lester 1 Oct. 33 

Ensigns. 

N. Greene 17 Sep. SB 

Marriott 17 Sep. 2U ■ 

S. Chadwick..20Dec. iJi 
Pritchard ....20 Dec. 32 | 
M. Baker ....16 Mar. 33 



11. 



Y r. () M K N OF THE GUAR D. 

Uir Majf,ti,'i> lS.,d,/ (hand. 
{INSTITIIKD HY IIE.NHY Ml., IN THE YEAR 14ts.>.) 



Captain. — Coloiifl Lord De Ho^. 

Lieutenant. — 6'ir George riiiliii I.ci'. 

Ensign. — \) Sir George Huulton.' Capt. h.p. 43ril Foot, 

' ■ of the Cheque and Adjutant.—}^ JJLl John FitzMuurice,^ K.Il., Litut.-Col. b.p. Unatt. 

Exons. 
\) i.i\ Sir John Kincaid,' late a Captain in the liife Brigade. 
Ri.hnid Phibb.-/ late a Captain in the 4Sth Foot. 
\\ illiunj I.tw:s Grunt, late a Captain in the 1th Itoyal Fimliertt. 
Ttiomas Parker Rickford, late a Captain in the 23rd FusUters. 

140 Yeomen. 

Cieojxe HoultoD tenrd In the Peninsula with the 4SpI Light Infantry, through the whole of (he retreat 
.:.na iindrr Sir John Moore in lt>i>6. Served also in the Wulclii'ren ex| edition jn IciOQ. Sul>>equ(-nlly in 
iiiKuItt, inrludiiic Ilie retreat lu the Line» of Toirts Vrtirus in IHIU, puisiiii of Mu>senu, uciioni> of Ponibal, 
I. Citiiil NoTB, Miriiiida de C'or\o, Foz d'Aroiicc, Subugal, i a.>trt'jon, San Cliri>lovul, Sun MunOK, and 8an 
^ illl- • of Fuenle> U'Oiior, Salumanra, Vitliria (»e verily wounded), Pyrenees, >°ivelle, Nive(9ili, loth, lllli, 
! vl I3lh lite. IBIS). and 1'oulouse ; slice and sloiming o> Ci<idud Rodriifo, and lakinc of the outwork ot that 
I ort Revnnrd; mid siece and tluriiiint: of Biidnj. z. Has riiemd hi Silver Wiir Jlediil with len C'laspt. 
^•r«<0 ID the storming of the Liue* of Nea Orleans, and alterwurds witli the Ariii> ot Oi-cupulioii in France. 

» I.leut.-Toloi el FiiiMaiirice Joined the RiHe llricaiie in the Penln-ula as a volunteer, in 1811, and served to the 
Jnd of ihe war. Including the «ff,.ir at the Mill at Freixiidiis, acllon of Sahugal, battle of Fuenles d'Onor, sieges 
Slid iiuanlls of Cindiid RodriBO and Radojoi, urtion at Smu Milan, and I'Uttle of Viiioriu— ^kirinisliing In riijvance, 
tir Iher.- with iwii Ritlrinen, look tl e /ir«/ K»n cHjiCorrd that dny, and secured i.eTen prisoiitrs; |»ir»ued ihe enemy 
o Paniprluna, under the walls of "hirh tlieir lo-'l gun was Inken ; battles of the Pyremei., rnrryiiig Ihe heivlll^of 
Pxhalar, and the lortifled pa-s of Bera ; defei ded an orchard in front of Arcangues for a whole day wiih one sub- 
liTlsion ; battlis of Ihe Nivelle and Ihe Niie, together with iho»e near Uavonne on Ihe lOlh, lllh and i3th Dec, 
1813; the brilliant artion with Souli's nar-giiiird at Tarbes, and buHle of Toulouse, Imides nunier< us minor 
iflhin. He served alun Die campaisn of Ittid, led the *d«uni'ed unard at the halile of Quatre Bras, where he had 
*• t>onor oi firing the first shot. L»g broken at the slorniinc of Bi^duj. t, ai.d feverely «i>iindect in the lliieh at 
J«air» Urav. Kec. ired the HaooTerian Order, ihe Waterloo Aledal, and the Silver W nr Mediil with eightClas|n. 

i Sir John Klncuid Joined ll.c Rifle Briiiade in lt<00, and retired from it as a Cn|iliiin in IMJl. He served on the 
Wali'liiren < xt>rdilion in IMiV; and subsequenily in the IVrintula, including the n treat lo ihe linei. ol Txrrei 
Vedrai id IMU, o< ru|«llon of Ibeni, pursuit of Ma>s<na, actions at Sunlarein, Pombal, Redii.ho, ( ural Nova, Foz 
I'Aniucr ( woundid;, and Subuii^l. battle ol Fin niesil'Unor, act ons neiir t-uenle Uuinaldw and Aldeu de i'lnie, sukh 
lad 'lurm.ng uf 1 luilad Rodrigo,— wa> ont of Ihe li aden of il.v ttuiioinK paiiy ot I In- lighl Uiviriun ; sieEe andt'tirm- 
• ( 01 Uiidujiii, acliuns on llie heighis of S.in Chilktoval and ai Caslnjoi., battle of .»ulHnianca, rapture of MMiJrid, 
•treat iruni Salamanca, in which he «as acting Urigade-Mujur lo ihe Ut Brigade of ibellLlii divir.on , actions ut S.m 
ManusandSan Miian. baitle of Vittona, and Ihre*- day>' ><«ere sknmishli.g In lolluoing Ihe rneny to Piimpeluna, 
'kich ended in Ihe lapiuie of their la>l gun b) the Hide brigade: batt>n of the Pvreneis, siorininK ihe liei^bit 
>f Kchalar, »loriuine the furiifled heighis of Beru, haiiles Of the Nivelle and the Nite, together with ihoe near 
lajonoe on Ihr 0ib, 10 li, llih, 12th, and 13 b Dec. IblS; action at Tarbea, and bultle of 1ouli>u<«, beside> nume- 
««a n liior allairt. Served alko the c.>n.p«iKn . f IHli. and was preseM at Ihe baill* of Quatre Bras, Ihe retreat on 
b* fullowing day, baitie of V\ aierloo, and capture of P ris : at WulertiKi hi* horse w.s wounded in five placr> and 
tik-d under hini. Ht has received the Stiver War Medal with nine Clasps, 
i I iptain I'hibbs was present with the Mth Regt. at lb« altaik and cupture of t^oorg CEsst IndieaJ In lbS4. 



THE HONOURABLE CORPS OF GENTLEMEN AT ARMS, 

The Body Guard of the Sovereign on all Public and State occasions. 

(ESTABLISHED IN THE YEAR 1509.) 

Captain. I Lieutenant. 

The Earl of Sandwich, 27th Feb. 1852. | Sir James Tyler, p 13 March 50. 

Standard Bearer. — DavldJaines Hannar, i' 31 Jan. 48. 

Gentlemen at Arms. 



Eflward Goodwin . . ., P22 June 49 

Stapleton Charles Cotton P 16 t)ct. 49 

Charles Tyler p 12 Feb. 50 

Sir James Laurence Cotter, Bt. ?12 Feb. 50 

{L'ttc (if -nth Regt.) 

William Ti)|)liam p22 Mar. 50 

Edward Hay ward p30 Apr. 50 

Henry Shephard Smyth p 24 Aug. 60 

William Henry Taylor P25 Oct. 50 

{lale Captain STth Regt.) 

Thomas Howard p 20 Nov. 50 

James I'ielder Peto p 20 Nov. 50 

Adolphus Geo. Finch Cotton ..P21 Jan. 51 

Charles JaiiK s Co.v p 25 Feb. 51 

Markland Barnird p 14 May 51 

Ricliard Gater Roach p 6 Au^. 51 

Kdward Sutherland {Capt. h. p.) 26 Feb. 52 
\\m..Y)on\\'\\e(lateCa2)t.'2ndF.) V 6 Apr. 52 

Francis John Helyar P26 Apr. 52 

Tliomas Robert M'Coy* P 5 May 52 

{lite Capt. Shtit Hcgt.) 

Edward Wilson Kenworthy* P24 May 52 

{CuiJtniii, late of Madras Army.) 
Richard George Granite P 9 June 52 

{Captain, lale of Bengal Annij.) 



'Z James Morison P21April21 

g John Banks p 6 Sept 30 

c George Winchester p 30 Jan. 38 

% ^EscLilapius Field p 4 Mar. 38 

I John Lewis Lamotte p20 Oct. 41 

ro Francis Watts P 23 June 42 

^ ^ John Blakiston' 8 Dec. 43 

" {Lute Brev. -Major) 

•- John James Robinson P29Mar. 44 

= ^ John Henry Cooke^ 2 Oct. 44 

3 {Brevet-Major, h.p. Unattached. 63rd Re„'t.) 

S W^n. Henry Brabazon Conner . .p 14 Nov. 44 

" Peter Ralph Shield P 13 May 45 

1 Win. Henry Mulock Holmes ..P17Feb. 4G 

^ George Kitson p 6 Nov. 46 

■= Richard Edward Da vies p 16 Mav. 47 

•o P 2i3ii P. Percy NevilF P 1 Apr. 47 

»- {late Major 63rd Regt. and Brevet Lieut.-Coloncl.) 

Wm. Marjoribanks Hughes .. ..p 1 Jan. 48 

^ {late Captain \st Dr. Gds.) 

% William Alexander Tinkler p 30 June 48 

'-^ Gregory Grant FooteMacdonald'' p 3 Nov. 48 

t Herbert Henry Rice p 9 Nov. 48 

■g Francis Vauderlure Mills P 16 Nov. 48 

^ Adjutant. — Joseph Skipp Lloyd, p 6 May 5"J 

~ Harbinger. — Samuel Wilson, P 24 Feb. 31. 

1 Sub-Ojicers.—^ i?iai Lt.-Col. Nevill, 18 May, 48. 
1,^. ^ Major Cooke, 24 June, 48. 

|.2 Scarlet, — Facing Blue. ^f/e/t/f^,— Messrs. Cox and Co. 

" !_ 1 Major Blakiston having passed tlirough the Royal Military Academy at Woolwich in 1802, he proceeded 

to India as a Cadet in the East India Company's Service, and was appointed to the Corps of Engineers on 

t^ jj „ the Madras Establishment, being then on half-pay as a Lieutenant in H. M. Service. In 1803 he served in 

gj ~ 3 the campaign against the Malirattas, and was en;»aged in the baitles of Assaye and Argaum, and at the 

'- Q 5 sieges and assaults of Ahmednuggur and Oawilghur. At the suppression of the mutiny at Vellore in 1805 

.£■50 he directed the guns by which the gate was blown open. In 1810 he acted as Chief Engineer at the capture 

-^ 5 *• of the Island of Bourbon. Having been employed in reconnoitring the coast of the Isle of France previous 

i: zS to the arrival of the expedition, he was instrumental in discovering the spot where the descent was made; 

go "^ and, having been appointed to the charge of the Guides, he led the advance of the Army until the surren- 

0.5 2 der of that IsLind. For his services on the above occasion he was nominated Extra Aide-de-Camp to tlie 

cs '5 £ Commander-in-Chief, Sir Samuel Auchmuty, on the expedition to Java in 1811 ; and having been sent in 

^ -3 5 advance with the Chief Engineer to fix on the point of landing, he was engaged in a serious affair on the 

!: ^ S coast in the boats of H. M. ships Barracouta and Lcda. On the landing of the Army he was engaged in 

n 5; 3 the afl'airs of Wellevrieden and Samarang, and at the siege and assault of tlie fortified position of Conielis. 

<. c« « In l8I'i, having attained the rank of Captain in the corps of Madras Engineers, he returned on furIou?h 

£ ^.j a to England. Shortly afterwards, having been placed on full pay in H. M. 87tli Regt., he was appointeii to 

_! n £ a company in the 17ih Portuguese Regt, witli which he seived in the Light Division ol the Penin ular 

■3 "= S Army until the conclusion of the war ; having been present at the battles of Vittoria, Nivelle, Nive, Orthes, 

= 33. and Toulouse, and in all the affairs in which the Light Division was engaged. At the siege of San 

'-'^ 2 Sebastian he volunteered as an Engineer, and while so engaged was severely wounded. For his services on 

"§ r^ 8 this occasion he was promoted to a company in the 27th Regt.; in 1816 was placed on half-pay; and on 

o g o the2:3i-d June 1843 he was brought on full pay of the 51st Regt., and retired by the sale of his commissions. 

^ " 2 He has received the War Medal with six cia>ps. 

2 2 -o 2 Major Cooke served with the 43rd at Walcheren, in 1809. In June 1811 he joined the Light Division 
** °-o in the Peninsula, and, was present at the siege and storming of Ciudad Rodrigo, and of Badajoz (wounded 
■5 Si i at the assault), actions of Castrejon and San Christoval, battle of Salamanca, actions ot San Munoz and 
oj .S S San Milan, battle of Vittoria(wounded), actions in tue Pyrenees, siege 01 San Sebastian, t^ie atr.cck on the 
1'^' £ heights of Vera, battle of the Nivelle, battles of the Nive on the 9tli, lOth, 11th, 12th, and I3lh Dec, 
b c S actions at Tarbes and Arcangues, battle of Toulouse, besides various affairs of less importance. On the 

2 « - 8th Jan. 1815, he was present at the attack on the American Lines before New Orleans. He served after- 
^ S 5 wards with the Army duri'.g the Occupation in France. He has received tlie War Medal with eight Cla.5|i9, 
"■ ?: 2 3 Lt.-Coloncl Nevill served in the Peninsula with the 2nd Battalion of the 30th, from July 1810 to May 
^[s ^ 1813; also the campiign o- 1814 in Holland, and that of 1815 in the Netherlands: he was present at the 
^-^ i defence of Cadiz, occupation of the lines of I'orres Vedras, various minor actions when in pursuit of 
.t:S_^ Massi-na, battle of Fuentes d'Onor, Siege of Ciudad Rodrigo, siege and storm of Badajoz (severely 
^ c c wound- d in the head and leg when leading tjie ladder pirLy in the Escalade of the St. Vinient Bastion), 
"S c "^ battle of Salamania, capture of Madrid, siege of Burgos (severely wounled thiougn the left shoulder in 
£'•3 > the storm of tlif (Irst line of the casile, 4th Oct. 1812;, bombardment of Antwerp, assault on Bergen-op- 
S S.i5 Zoom, battle of Waterloo, and capture of Paris: throughout all the above menti ined sieges he acred at 
^S c an Assistant Engineer. In 1818 lie served in the Deccan war, and was present at the capture of Asseer- 
"E o '^ ghur; and in 1820 he was attached tn the Ni/am's Troops at the capture of a Predatory Force. After 
g-5 u serving 22 years in India with the 30th and IStli Dragoons, and 26th and 63rd Regts., his health failed 
g5^ vvhen in cninmand of the left wing of the 63rd, in a very unliealthy climate. He has received the War 
'^'l Medal with four Clasps. 

ct:2 4 Ml-. Macdonald served in Canada in a Militia Regt., and in the Royal Navy (on the lakes) during the 

■5 a-^ Rebellion of 1837-38, and took part in the bombardment and atlack on Navy Island in the Si. Lawrence, 

o..-,^ He servid afu-rwarns in the Royal Navy in the East Indies and China. 

5 ga 5 C.iptoin MToy was present :it the ope ations agHinst the rebel natives of the Poulhern district of Xevv 

^o? Zealand, jn the Horoki>vi Vallef, inilnding the skirmish on the 6th Aug. 1846. AUo present in the 

gg action at Wanganui on the lOtli July 1817. 



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STAFF AT HEAD QUARTERS. 



Commander in Chibp. 
P Cc-l General I'i*coi/n^ Ilardinge, GCB. Colonel of the 37th Regiment. 

Military Secretary. 
Colonel Richard Airey, Ilalf-pny Unattached. 

A ides-de- Ca inp . 
Colonel iorJ Charles \\'illesley, Half-pay Unattached. 
Lieut. -Colonel R. B. Wood, CD. h. p. y7th Foot. 
Captain The Earl o/Mavch, Half-pay Unattached. 
Captain The Marquis of Worceslcv, 7th Hussars. 

A DJUT ant-Gen EUAi.. 
\3 Lieut.-General Sir George Brown, KCB. KH. Colonel of the 77th Regiment. 

Deputy Adjutant-General. 
Major-Gencral George Augustus Wetherall, CB. KH. 

Assistant Adjutant-General. 
Lieut. -Colonel William Sullivan, Half-pay Unattached. 

Deputy Assistant Adjutant-General. 
Captain Arthur John Pack, 7th Fusiliers. 

Inspecting Field Officer, and Superintendent of the Recruiting Department. 
Colonel William Bush, KH. 

Quarter-Master Generai,. 
p Major-General James Freeth, KH. 

Assistant Quarter-Master General. 
9 JjSI Lieut. -Colonel John Enoch, Half-pay Unattached. 



P Colonel 



l== 



AIDES-DE-CAMP TO THE 
Sir Jm. HolmplSchoedde, A'rn.,L'imlt. 
Henry John Wra. Uenlinck.Coldst.GJi. 
Thi.raa. Reed, CU. 02 F. 
AlexandiT K-'nnedr Clark Kennedy, 

CB. KH., Unattached. 
Horatio (ivor<f<- Broke, Unall. 
John Oldtl.ld, A'//., R. Engineer*. 
O. ». of HunllT, KT. Aberdeen Militia. 
T. WockJ, Royal Em Mlddleiex Militia. 
John Le Couteur, Jerwy Militia. 
Eme»tfiirio/ Mount Edstcumbo.Dukeof 

(°oniwair> Rancer*. 
Thoi. Earl da Or.y, Y.irk Hui.ar V. o- 

mniiry Cavulrv. 
Edw. Baker, R. WilU Yoimaiiry CaTairy 
Cha. D. o/Rlrhmond, fc'(;.Sii»«ex Mil. 
Thomat Dyneley. CU. R. Artillery. 
T. Monteath l)ou|jl,i». CU.. U-ngal Inf. 
.Sir Colin Campbell. KCB.. OS V. 
Peter Edmon»lonei"rai«le,r/i.,li.p.5iH. 
Edmund F. Morrit, CB., Unattached 
Geo. Peter Wymer, C"B., Bengal Inf. 



QUEEN. 

Coloni-I Jamei Prinulx, Ouemncy Militiii. 

William Puttie, CU. BinRal Ciiralry. 

Hon. Thus. Aihburnliam, CB., 20 F. 

Michael White. C'fl.3 Dr«. 

Sir Hugh M. Wheeler, KCB. Ben. Inf. 

John Scott, CB. 9 I.ancer*. 

J. L. Pennefathcr, CB., h.p. 28 F. 

A. .«l. H. Mountain. CB., h.p 02 P. 

fJ.E.Oowan, CB. Betieal Artillery. 

Pat. Montgoraerie, CB. Mailrns Art. 

Marijuit of Donegal, Antrim .Militia. 

Potter Stalker, CB., Iloinbav Infiiniry. 

ChrittopherOodby, CB., Bengal Inl. 

Nicholu* Pennv. rfl., Bengal Infantry. 

Fnderiek Markham, CB.?ii V. 

(ieo. H'liry I»ckwood. CB.,3 Dr*. 

John B. (iough, CB., 3 Dr». 

Patrick Oram, CB.. Bengal Infanlrr 

Charlet .Mentie., KH. H. Murines 

Thoni.i» Wearing It. M:,riiie« 

Lord DyncTor, R. Carmarliien JJilil-n. 



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63 



3C 



1st Regiment of Life Guards. 

" PENINSULA"—" WATERLOO." 

Colo7iel. 
P Stapleton, Viscount Combermere,' GCB. GCH. 27id Lieut. 26 Feb. 1790; 
Lieut. 16 March, 91; Capt. 28 Feb. 93; Major, March, 94; Lieut.-Col. 
9 March, 94; Col. 1 Jan. 1800; 3fojor-Geti. 30 Oct. 05; Lieut.-Gen. 1 Jan. 
12; Gen. 27 May, 25. Col. 1st Life-Guards, 16 Sept. 29. 
Lieut. -Colonel and Colonel. 
John Hall, Coimet, p 12 June, 17; He^d. p 24 July, 17; Capt. p2 Aug. 22; 
Br.-Major, 8 Sept. 31 ; Maj. 8f Lt.-Col. p27 Dec. 37; Lt.-Col. &; Col. 9 Nov. 46. 
Major and Lieut. -Colon el. 
Richard Parker, Cornet, p 2 Aug. 22; Lieut. P31 July 25; Capt.fSO June 28; 
Brevet-Major, 23 Nov. 41; Major and Lt.-Col. 9 Nov. 46. 



Captains. 
Lord Francis A. Gordon 

Henry Lowtlier 

Henry Dorrien Streatfeild 
James Macnaghten Hogg 
Geo., Viscount Dupplin 
Hon. D.C. Fitz-G. De Ros 
E. J. C. Lord Eliot , 
Arthur Walsh 



COR. AND 
;UB-LIEUT. 



2 Aug, 29 

24 Sept. 41 

P 7 July 43 

6 Oct. 43 
29 Mar. 44 

7 Feb. 45 
P29 Dec. 46 
P 23 April 47 

11 Dec. 46 
P 4 June 47 
P 13 Aug. 47 
P31 Dec. 44 
P 5 May 48 
P 10 Nov. 48 
P 16 Mar. 49 
P 27 April 49 
P 16 Mar, 60 



13 Dec. 50 

P 17 Jan. 51 
P 17 June 61 
P 19 Aug. 61 
p 12 Dec. 51 
P13 Feb. 62 
P16 Apiil52 
P 11 June 52 



Lieutenants. 
George Andrews, adj. . . 
Sir Wm. Aug. Eraser, Bt. 
Theophilus John Levett . . 
G.H,£nrZo/MountCharles 

Henry Lygon 

St.Geo.Fra.Rob.Caulfield 

Richard Bateson 

Henry Wyndham .... 
Francis George Hare. . 

Cornets and Sub 
Lieutenants. 
William Hessey, R.M. 
C. J. Vise. Ingestre . . 

Walter de Winton 

Algernon William Peyton 
Arthur Henry Davenport 
Fred. Dorrien Magens 
James Keith Fraser . 
William George Craven. , 



Adjutant. — Lt. George Andrews, 11 Dec. 46. 
Quarter-Master.— WnVmm Biunie, 29 Jan. 47, 

Surgeon. — James Cockburn, 12 Sept. 48; Assist.-Surg. 16 April 36. 
Assistant-Surgeon. — Ower. William George, M.D., 6 June 61. 
Veterinary-Surgeon.— T^ William Percivall,'-* 30 Nov. 12. 



LIEUT. 



18 June 34 
P 5 Sept. 43 
P 4 June 47 
P 13 Aug. 47 

9 Apr, 48 
P 5 May 48 
P 16 Mar. 49 
P27 April 49 

15 Mar. 49 
P 22 Feb. 60 
P 1 Oct. 50 

19 Oct. 50 
P13 Dec. 50 
P 16 May 51 
P 31 Oct. 51 
P 16 Jan. 62 
P 13 April 62 



CAPTAIN. 



P 1 Dec. 37 
P 9 Mar. 49 
P 22 Feb. 50 
P 13 Dec. 50 
P 16 May 51 
P 31 Oct. 61 
P 16 Jan. 52 
P 13 April 52 



brevet- 

MAJOR. 



11 Nov. 51 



Scarlet. — Facings Blue. — Agent, George Samuel Collyer,Esq. 
[Returjiedfrom France, January, 1816.] 

1 Lord Combermeve accompanied his regt. (the 6th Dr. Gds.) to Flanders in Aus. 1798, and served to the 
end of that campaign, and until June of the following one. In 1796 he embarked in command of the 25th 
I.t. Drs. for the Cape of Good Hope, and served a short but active campaign under Sir Thomas Craig, when 
he accompanied his regt. to India, where he served in the memorable campaigns of 1798 and 99, against 
Tippoo Sultaun, including the battle of Mallavelly, and siege of Seringapatam. Proceeded to the Peninsula 
in 1808, in command of a brigade of cavalry, consisting of the 14th and 16th Lt. Drs., at the head of which 
he distinguished himself, during the campaign in the north of Portugal, including the operations at Oporto, 
and afterwards at the battle of Talavera. In Aug. 1809, the local rank of Lieut.-Gen. was conferred upon 
him ; and, early in 1810, he was appointed to the command of the whole allied cavalry under the Duke of 
Wellington, and remained in that command until the termination of the war in 1814, and distinguished 
himself at the head of the cavalry upon every occasion that presented itsell, including the various "actions 
in covering the retreat from Almeida to Torres Vedras, battle of Busaco, actions at Villa Garcia and 
Castrajon, battles of Fuentes d'Onor and Salamanca (severely wounded), action at El Bodon, battles of 
the Pyrenees, Orthes, and TouloTise. Served also at the siege and capture of Bhurtpore, in 1825 and 26, 
as Cunimander-in-chief. His lordship has received a Medal for Seringapatam; the gold Cross and one 
Clasp for the battles of Talavera, Fuentes d'Onor, Salamanca, Orthes, and Toulouse ; and the silver War 
Medal with three clasps for Busaco, Ciudad Rodrigo, and Pyrenees. 

2 Mr. Percivall served in the Peninsula from September, 1813, to the end of the War in 1814, and wai 
present in the battle of Toulouse. Served also the campaign of 1815, including the capture of Paris. He 
baa received the War Kedal with two clasps for Orthes and Toulouse. 



2d Regiment of Life Guards. 



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«' PENINSULA"— "WATRRLOO. 
Colonel. 
\ Cliarlfs Wm. MarquU of Londonderry,' GCB. GCII. Ensign, 11 Oct. 1794; 
Lieut. 30 Oct. 94; Capt. 12 Nov. 94; Major, 31 July, 95; Lient.-Col. 
1 Jan. 97; Colonel, 25 Sept. 1803; M(\jor-Gem. 25 July, 10; Lieut.-Gen. 
4 June, 14 ; Gen. 10 Jan. 37 ; Col. 2nd Life Guards, 23 June, 43. 
Lieut. -Colonel and Colonel. 
James M'Douall, Cornet, p 19 Feb. 18 ; Lieut. p2 Oct. 23 ; Capt. P 19 Oct. 25; 
Brevet-Major, 28 June 38; M({jor §• Lieut.-Col. p 10 April, 40; Lt.-Col. 
P 30 Dec. 45 ; Col. 10 April 47. 

Major and Lieut. -Colonel. 
Lewis Duncan Williams, Cornet, p 21 June 20; Lieut. P 23 July 25 ; Capt. p 15 
July 28 ; Brevet-Major, 23 Nov. 41 ; Major §- Lieut.-Col. p30 Dec. 45. 



COR. AND 

SDB-LIEUT. 

C.\PT.VINS 

Mountjoy Francis Martj-n! p 27 Dec. 27 

Geo. Howard Vysc ] p 26 Nov. 30 

Thos. Ogilvy, I'c.u Nov..'il'p 9 Mar. 32 
//on. F.John Evans Frckc p 24 Nov. 35 
Hon. R. Neville Lawlev 'p 8 July 30 
E. M. £«r/o/ Longford p 9 July 30 
Charles J. Tottenham ...|f 28 April 37 
Hon. Cornwallis Maude p 10 Sept. 30 

LlECTENANTS. 

Peter Sherwen , adj 

Henry Savile Lumley . . 

Fountaine Hogge 

Edw. rfolliott Wingfleld 

Arc. C Douglas Hawksley 

John G. Carter Hamilton 

H. J. Towusend Stephens'p2o .\pr. 45 

Joseph Awty, R.M | 28 June 48 

Hon. Claude Bowes Lyon p 30 June 48 
Cornets and Sub- 

LlECTENAXTS. 

Robert O'Brien Jameson 

.\ugu8tus Savill Lumley 

Edward Henrv Howard 

Hon. C. S. B.'Hanburv 

Hon. Tho. H. G. Fcrmor I •' 17 Pcpt. 50 

Ambrose Congreve .... p 22 Not. 50 

Hcnrj- Charles Lane .... p 19 .Vug. 51 

Henrv Wm. Lec-Joriin . . > 9 Juiv 52 



P 22 Mar. 31 P 22 April 30 
P 17 April 35, P 1 Sept. 37 
P 29 April 30 ' P 8 May 40 
P 24 Mar. 37 , ^ 28 May 42 
P 8 May 40 'p 28 Jan. 48 



21 June 39 
P 28 May 42 
P 9 May 43 
p 12 May 43 
P 30 Dec. 45 
p 22 Jan. 47 



P 1 June 49 
P 23 Nov. 49 
p 18 Jan. 50 
p 14 June 60 



P 9 May 40 
P 28 May 42 
P 23 July 44 

22 July 44 
Pl3 Feb. 40 
P 14 Feb. 45 
P29 June 48 
P30 June 48 
P30 Nov. 49 
P23 May 51 

29 Dec. 51 
P July 62 



P 14 Apr. 48 
P 1 June 49 
p30 Nov. 49 



BREVET- 
MAJOU. 



9 Nov. 40 
11 Nov. 51 
23 Nov. 41 



A([jutant. — Liertt. Peter Phrrwrn, 21 June, 39. 

Quarter- Matter. ~\\\\\\nm Walker, 15 Oct. Si. 

Surgeon. — Thomas Tardrew, 23 May, 51 j Ai>si3t.-Surg.,\i July, 44. 

A $*i.tt.- Surgeon. — George M'Cullocli, MD., June 45. 

Veterinary-Surgton. — John Wilkinson, 27 April, 20. 



Scarlet — Facings nine. — Agents, Meur*. Cox ic Co. 
[Returned from France, February, 1810.] 

1 Lnrtl LondonUvrrf hu rccnvod a crnti and one claip for 6&)it«ijn and DenoTrntr, Talnrer*, Tucaro, 
Pu(nt«« U'Onor, and Bad^oi, and wai »cTeri'l)r wounded in tli« htad bjr n mufkcl-ball in Holland, 10th 

Oct. i;e». 

tD 2 



120 



' Serv. 



1 Half 
Pay. I Pay. 



Royal Regiment of Horse Guards. 

" PENINSULA"—" WATERLOO." 
Colonel. 
1^ 313a Henry William, Marquis of Anglesey,! KG. GCB. GCH. Lieut.-Col. 
*12 Sept. 1793; Col. 3 May, 96 ; Major-Ge7i. 29 April, 1802 ; Lieut.-Gen. 25 
April, 08; Gen. 12 Aug. 19; Field Marshal, 9 Nov. 46; Colonel of the 
Royal Horse Guards 20 Dec. 42. 

-Lieut. -Colotiel. 
19 5';B Everard Wni. Bouverie,^ Cornet, p 2 April, 12 ; Lieut. 15 Oct. 12 ; Capt. 
p 9 Sept. 19 ; Brev.-Maj. 6 May, 31 ; Maj. §• Lt.-Col. p 4 Dec. 32 ; Lt.-Col. 
§• Col. P 16 Sept. 45. 

Major. 

Hon. George Cecil Weld Forester, Cornet, p27 May, 24; Lieut. Pi Aug. 26; 

Cajri. P6 July, 32 ; Brev.-Maj. 9 Nov. 46 ; Maj. & Lt.-Col. p 19 Sept. 48. 



Captains. 

Hon. Horace Pitt 

R. H.R.Howard Vyse .. 

Hugh Smith Baillie 

Lord Geo. John JManners 
Horace Dormer Trelawny 

Robert Sheffield 

Francis Sutton 

Hon. Geo. Watson Milles 

Lieutenants. 
Fra. Wm. FitzHardinge ^ 

Berkeley S 

Wm. Griffin Sutton, adj. 
Francis Howard Vyse . . 
Lord Otho A. FitzGerald.s. 
Duncan James Baillie . . 

Joseph Brunt, R.M 

Wra. James Hope Gambler 

Edward Breedon 

Lord Geo. C. G. Lennox 
Cornets. 

Thomas Leslie 

JohnWyndham Billington 
G. P.C. A.Zo7-<ZStanliope 
Hon. John B. J. Dormer 

John Inglis Jones 

James Delaval Shafto . 
William Robert Hare . 
James William Baillie . 



P27 Feb. 30 P 6 July 32 
P 30 Nov. 30P31 May 33 
P 3 April 40;p 24 Mar. 43 
20 Oct. 40, P 4 Aug. 43 
P 15 April 42 
P 22 July 42 

23 Aug. 39 

22 Sept. 43 



P 27 Sept. 44 
P 28 Feb. 45 
P 3 June 42 
P 3 Apr. 46 

P 7 Aug. 46 



15 Jan. 
5 Feb. 



P27 Sept. 44 

19 Aug. 42 
P29 Nov. 44 
P 10 Jan. 45 p30 Mar. 47 
P28 Feb. 45 P28 Sept. 47 

24 Nov. 43 P19 Sept. 48 
P 4 July 45 P 6 July 49 
PieSept. 45 P 13 July 49 



3 Apr. 46 



14 May 62 



captain. 



p 11 Nov. 36 
P 27 Sept. 42 
P 7 Aug. 46 
P 6 Feb. 47 
P 19 Sept. 48 
P 13 July 49 
P 8 Oct. 47 
P14 May 52 



BREVET- 
MAJOR. 



9 Nov. 46 



Thomas Leslie p 5 Feb. 47 

5 O JohnWyndham Billington P 19 Sept. 48 
4 O G. P.C. A.Zo7-<ZStanliope P21 Aug. 49 

3 O iToH. John B. J. Dormer p 15 Mar. 50 

4 John Inglis Jones p 21 Aug. 49 p 31 Oct. 51 

1 James Delaval Shafto . . p 23 Jan. 52 
1 William Robert Hare . . p 16 Apri! 

1 James William Baillie .. Pll June 62 
11 Adjutant. — Licwf. William Griffin Sutton, 15 Jan. 47. 

Quarter-Master. — Herbert Turner, 1 Jan. 31. 

SMrj7eo?i.— George Gulliver, 2 June,43; A.-S. 12June,28; H.-A.ll May,27. 

Assistant-Surgeon. — Frederick George Kerin, 18 Aug. 48. 
Ifj Veterinary-Surgeon.— !^M3o\m Siddall,= 10 Oct. 12. 

Blue — Facings Scarlet. — Agents, Messrs. Cox & Co. 
\^Retur7iedfroni France, February, 1816.] 
1 Lord Anglesey joined the Duke of York's army in Flanders in 1794, in command of the 80th: in the 
retreat he had the temporary command of Lord Cathcart's Brigade. Accompanied the Duke on the Expe- 
dition to Holland in 1799, and commanded the cavalry in the action of the 2nd Oct.,— "late in the evening, 
the enemy's cavalry having been defeated in an attempt which they made upon the British Horse Artillery 
on the beach, and having been charged by the cavalry under Lord Paget, were driven with considerable loss 
nearly to Egmont-op-Zee." In the retreat of that army he protected the rear with his cavalry, and some 
skirmishing having taken place in which several pieces of cannon fell into the hands of the enemy, his 
Lordship with one squadron attacked the force under General Simon, amounting to six times his own num- 
bers, repulsed them, retaking the British, and capturing at the same time several pieces of the enemy's 
cannon. In 1808 he proceeded to the Peninsula in command of two brigades of cavaliy ; attacked and de- 
feated a body of the enemy at Sahagun , and, during the retreat of Sir John Moore he brought up tlie 
r.ar, and was engaged wiih the enemy at Wayorga and Benevente. Commanded a division of the Army 
under the Earl of Chatham on the Walcheren Expedition, in 1809. Commanded the cavalry in the cam- 
paign of 1815; engaged in frequent charges on the enemy, in protecting the rear of the infantry on the 
Pdtreat of the 17th June ; and, towards the close of the battle of Waterloo he was struck on the right thigh 
by a cannon-shot,— leg amputated. His Lordship has received a Medal lor Sahagun and Benevente. 

2 Colonel Bouverie served in the Peninsula from October, 1812, to the end of that war in 1814, including 
the battle of Vittoria. Served also the campaign of 1815, and was wounded at Waterloo. He has received 
the War Medal and two clasps for Vittoria and Toulouse. 

5 Mr. Siddall served the campaign of 1815, and was preiient at the battle of Waterloo. 



Head Q(iart«ri,l 
at Dublin. J 



1st ( The Ki/if/\^) Regiment of Drof/oon Guards. 

" WATERLOO." 



121 



Colonel. 
|) IB Charles Murray, Earl Cathcart,' KCB. En». May, 99 ; Lieut. 10 Aug. 
99 ; Capt. 3 Feb. 03 ; Major, 14 May, 07 ; Lieut.-Col. 30 Aug. 10 ; Col. 12 
Au(j. 19; Mtrjor-Gen.2-2J\x\y,^0; Z,^-Ge«. 23 Nov. 41 j Cy/onenst Dra- 
goou Guards, 9 Jau. 51. 

Lieut. •Colonel. 

Andrew Spottiswoode,' Cornet, I'lO May, 33; Lieut. p29 April, 30; Capt. Pll 

Oct. 39 ; Mqjor, 29 April, oO;Lt..Col. Pl'2 Nov. 52. 

Major. 

James Peach Peach, Cornet, p 15 June 39 ; Lieut, p 17 June 42 j Cupt. i' 1 1 Dec. 

46 ; Brev.-Mnjor, v 12 Nov. 52. 



Captains. 



CORNET. 



George Brigpa p 10 May 44 

Jas. Rob. Steadman Sayeri p 23 May 45 

Hugh Hamilton, .< p 1 Oct. 47 

G. H. Warrington Carew p 31 Mar. 48 

Robert Thomas Thomson P 1 Apr. 48 

George Pavnter p 3 Nov. 48 

Thomas Nisbct ; p 29 May 49 

Jolm Almerus Digby ^ p 30 J uly 44 

Lieutenants 

Emanuel Bradbur*-, oej/. 8 Dec. 4(i 

John Kemp, R.m! P 1 Mar. 48 

William Puareth P21 Aug. 49 

\Sir Thomas Gresley, Bt. p 18 Jan. 50 

'George John Bridge p 15 Feb. 50 

Thomas John Mitchell . . P 12 July 50 

Joseph Henry Anderson . . ! p 22 Nov. 50 

iThorapson Donovan .... P 17 Mar. 48 

: Frederick Marshall p 18 Sept. 49 

I Cornets. I 

Jeremiah Ilancocke . . 

iR. Jas. Combe Marter 

iWelyn Harpur Crewo 



LIEUT. 



P 13 Aug. 47 
P 31 Mar. 48 
P 3 Oct. 48 
P 3 Aug. 49 
P14 Dec. 49 
P 14 June 50 
P 8 Nov. 50 
P 30 Mar. 47 



25 May 48 
P 29 May 49 
P 22 Nov. 50 
P21 Feb. 51 
P 14 Mar. 51 
P 4 April 51 
^ 22 Aug. 51 
P 25 July 51 

IG Sept. 51 



CAI'TAI 


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P22 Nov. 


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P 14 Mar. 


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P 22 Aug. 


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p 7 Oct. 


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P 12 Nov 


52 


P 12 Nov 


52 


p 9 Nov 


49 



BHEVET- 
MAJOU. 



5 Capt. Hammerslcy served 
in Hie Peninsula from Aug. 
1812 to tlie end of tliut war in 
1814, and was present at the 
battles of Vittoria andToulouse, 
and the investment of, and 
the Heights before Pampeluna. 
Shot through the shoulder 
whilst protecting a liouse in 
the neighbourhood of Dublin, 
on duty in 1800, when in ilio 
.Militia. He has received the 
War Medal with two clasps. 



P 17 Jan. 51 

P18 Jan. 51 

P 14 Mar. 51 
Walter Clopton Wingfleld p 18 April51 
Joseph Ernst 1-dlmann .. P 19April51 
Wm. Cottcrill Scholt-field p 17 Oct. 51 

Richard Geo. B. Bolton |p 12 Mar. 52 

1 Paymaster.— ft Fred. Hammerslcy,* 2G Sept. 48 ; Cornet, p 23 J;iii. 12 ; Lieut. 
p 9 April 12 ; Capt. 8 May 40. 

Adjutant. — Lieut. Emanuel Bradbury, 8 Jan. 47. 

Quarter-Maiter.—WWWam Smith, 23 April, 52 

U Attr(/eoH.— Edward W illium Stone, MD. 17 .March 48 ; As.sint.-Surij. 5 Oct. 38. 

jissi-itant-Surgeon. — John Peile, 8 Jan. 47. 

Veterinary Surgeon. — F. Delany, 25 Sept. 44. 

Scarlet — Facings Blue. — Agents, Messrs. Cox & Co. — Irish Agents, Sir E. R. 
Borotigh, Bt., Armit, k Co. 
IRetuniedJ'rom Canada, Aug. 1843.] 

I Lord Cathctrt Mnred on the Melder expedition In 1700. Accompanied the Expedition under 8ir 
J»me» Cr«i(C, and served in Noplcs and Sicily, In 1803 and 0, a» Assistant Quarter-Master-General. Served 
on the >cluldl expedition, and was present at the siege of Flushing, In ISOU. Proceeded to the Peninsula 
In 1»1 J, as un Assistant Quurlrr-MnsIerOenerul, and was present at the battles of Barrosn, Salamanca, and 
Villom, fiir which he has receiveil the Gold Medal and two Clasps. Served also the campaign of ISli, 
and «»> i)r«>»ent at the battle of Waterloo. 

9 Lieut. -Colonel 8p<miswoode served a* Brigade-Major of Cavalry with the left wing of the Army of 
Ovallor In 1849, and was present ai the battle of Punnmr (Medal). He served alto in the like capacity io 
llM SollaJ Campaign in 1840, and was present at the battle of Sobraon (.Medal.>. 



I 



122 27id{The Queen^s) Regiment of Dragoon Guards. 



r Head Quarter* 

L at Ne 



Tbrldge. 



70 



Full Half 
Pay. Pay. 



Colonel. 
Sir Thomas Gage Montresor,' KCH. KC. Ens. 12 Mar. 83 ; Lieut. 4 Apr. 83 j 
Capt. 17 June, 94; Major, 12 April, 99 ; Lieut.-Col. 27 June, 1801 ; Col. 25 
July, 10 ; Major-Gen. 4 June, 13 ; Lieut.^Gen.27 May,25 ; Gen. 23 Nov. 41 j 
Col. 2nd Dragoon Guards, 20 Feb. 37. 

Lieiit,- Colonel. 
William Campbell, Cornet, p6 Jan. 32 ; Lieut, p 12 Apr. 33; Capt. P27 May,36j 
3Iajor, Pll June, 41 ; Lieut.-Col. p30 Jan. 46. 

Major. 
Power Le Poer Trench. Ensign, ^ 12 Aug. 24 ; Lieut. p17 Dec. 25; Capt. p30 
Dec. 26; Brevet-Major, 23 Nov. 41 j Major,PQO Jan. 46 ; Srevet Lt.-Col. 
11 Nov. 51. 



Captains. 

Hylton Brisco 

CharlesEdwardConyerSjS. 
John Carstairs Jones. . . . 
Charles Edward Walker 
Edmund Ruck Keene . . 
Thomas Belsey Tomlin . . 

Lieutenants. 

Bryan Thornhill 

John Griffith Price .... 

John Clements, adj 

James O'Hara 

David Henry Howell. . . . 
Robert Desmond Sulivan 
Coote Synge Hutchinson 



CORNET. 



Pll Oct. 31 
P 18 Dec. 40 
p 16 Dec. 43 
P 29 Dec. 43 
P 20 Dec. 44 
P 25 June 47 



26 June 44 
P 7 July 46 
P 15 Aug. 48 
P 18 Jan. 50 
P26 Feb. 48 

never 
p 14 June 60 



P 26 July 34 
P 25 Nov. 42 
P 23 Sept. 45 
P 14 Apr. 46 
P 24 Dec. 47 
P15 Aug. 48 



7 Aug. 46 
P 16 Nov. 49 
P 16 Aug. 50 
P20 Dec. 50 
P 24 Sept. 50 
P25 Feb. 48 
P 1 Aug. 61 



CAPTAIN. 



P 4 Aug. 43 
P 9 Nov. 49 
P 16 Aug. 50 
P20 Dec. 50 
P 1 Aug. 51 
P 13 April 52 



BREVET- 
MAJOR. 



Cornets. 
George Bushman, R.M. 30 Apr. 41 
Henry Miles Stapylton . . 6 Dec. 50 
O. F. Cavend. BridgemaniP 17 Oct. 51 
Harris St. John Dick . . j p 18 Oct. 51 

William M'Cormick p 14 May 52 

John De Heley Chadwickip 9 July 52 
Paymaster. — Yi.enry Bond Head, 30 May, 45 ; 

June, 39; Capt. p21 Mar. 45. 
Adjutant.— Lieut. John Clements, 30 April, 52 
Quarter-Master. — John Haviland, 15 July, 36. 
Swr^eow. --Edward Mockler,^ 7 Aug. 46; Assist.-Surg. 25 Sept. 35. 
Assistant .SMT-jfeoji.-— Alexander Forteath, M.D., 10 Feb. 43. 
Veterinary Surgeon.— O^iq Smith, 20 Feb. 35. 



Ens. V'i2i Pec. 36 ; Lieut. p21 



Agents, Messrs. Charles Hopkinson & Co. — Irish Agents, 
Messrs. Cane & Sons. 



Scarlet. — Facings Black 

{Returned from France, Novemler, 1818.] 

1 Sir Thomas Montresor has been twenty-four years on regimental full-pay, during which period he «fJJ«^ 
o. rsihrnltar in 1790 and 91; in Flanders and Holland in 1793, 4, and 5 ; the Egyptian campaign of 180i; 
and subseauently many years in India. He has received the Silver War Medal with one Clasp for Egypt. 

2 Sureeon Mockler served m the Punjaub Campaign with the 10th Regt. including the latter pa/t of th» 
sege operation* before Mooltan, the surrender of that Fortress, and the battle of Goojerat (Medal and Clasps). 



""1 cZf!*"'] 3r(/ ( The Prince of frales's) Rerjt. of Dragoon Guards. 123 



TAL.VVERA"— " ALDUIIERA' 



VITTORIA" — " PEXIXSULA." 



Year»'Serv. 


.'j(i 


Pull 


Uulf 


P-y. 


H»y. 







28 





2-2 





*il) 





11 





13 





13 





11 











7 





(i 





7 





fi 





5 





11 





5 





3 





3 





3 





2 





1 





2 





19 





5 





12 


1 


14 





10 





5 






Colonel. 
{) ffil James Claud Bourchier.' KC, Cornet, 28 Sept. 97 ; L\eut. Aug. 09 ; 
Capt. 20 Jan. 03 ; Major, 4 Juno 14; Lieut -Col. 18 Juue lo ; C'oZ. 10 Jan. 
37 ; M({jor-Gen. Nov. 46 ; Col. .'3r(l Dragoon Guards, 9 Jan. 61 . 

Lieut.-Colonel. 
Thomas Arthur, Cornet, P 23 June, 1825 ; Lieut, p 19 Sept. 2G ; Capt. v 8 Feb. 
31 ; M(\jor, v 15 Sept. 38 ; Lieut.-Col. p12 May, 43. 

Mqjor, 

John Daniel Dyson, Cor. p9 Dec. 31 ; Lieut. P22 Mar. 33; CajJ^ p8 July 36 ; 

Major, V 19 June, 40. ____^ 



CAPT.A.INS. 



P 18 Oct. 33 
P27 Dec. 42 
P 30 Oct. 40 



Edward Dyson . . . 
Tho.TristramSpryCarlyon 

Peter Broughton .„ 

Fenwick Boyce Barron .. p 8 May 40 

Henry Marsh p 5 Aug. 4 

Edmund Henry Turton.. Plo Mar. 44 



Lieutenants. 
Arch. Dou;jla8 Monteath 
Henry Heywood Lonsdale 

! Frank Chaplin » 

Wyndham Knatchbull .. 

Augustus Hunt, adj 

John Miller-i 

Jas. Winterbottom, i?.3/. 



Cornets. 



2 Apr. 47 
8 May 46 

3 Dec. 47 
23 May 48 

8 Nov. 42 
17 Dec. 47 



P 27 Oct. 37 P 17 Mar. 43 
P Dec. 44, P 1 Dec. 46 
P17 Mar. 43 pIO Nov. 48 
P 26 Sept. 45 P 29 Dec. 46 
P12 May 43 P 7 June 50 
P 24 July 46 P 25 June 52 



P 3 Dec. 47 | 
P 10 Nov. 48 
31 Oct. 48 
P 3 Sept. 60 
P 22 Oct. 50 
4 June 46 
p 25 June 52 



John David Hay Ilill . . j p 14 June 50 

James Swinburne ; p 17 Sept. 50 

Fra. Copland Burley Ford p 13 Dec. 50 

Thomas Wright p 14 Mar. 51 

Arundell Neave p July 52 

Charles Blood MulvillcP 17 July 51 ! 

Paymaster. — George Pott Erskine, 3 Nov. 43; Ens. p 11 JuJv 34- Li$ut p 1 

March 39. 
.\({jutunt. — Lieut. Augustus Iluut, 2 April, 52. 
Qtuirter-Mantvr. — |) John Ileyilon,' 30 jipril, 41. 

Surgeon. — Henry Mupleton, M.D.,* 13 July, 47 ; Assijif. .Hurg. 12 July, 30. 
Ansiftant Surgeon. — Rol)ert Miirsiiiill Allen, ^ 3 June 4M. 
Veterinary Surgeon. — Ausiin Couper Shaw, 21 Aug. 48. 

Scarlet — /■acin^i Yellow. — Agent, Charles \\. MMirJj^dr, Esq. 
Irish Agents, Sir E. R. Boroujrh, lit., Armit, \: Co. 
\_lieturncdJ'roni France, January, 181(i.] 
I M^oM!«Bor«l Bourchier lerred under 8ir Ralph Abcrcrombjr in ihe expedition ig^ainit Ctdii in 1800, 
ind alto in the cainpaisn in E«]rpt in IttOI, unii wai preti-nt at the battlri of the IStti aiiiJ -Jlst March, ai.U 
■t Rbamania on ttie Olh U»y. He terTed alterwarli the caiDpaigiif of ISII, Vi, und 15, incIudiiiK the Mf.io 
of Badajoi, battle of Salamanca, caralrjr ufTalrt at Cullada de Camino and Tenia de Poto, balilct of Cjnatrc 
Bru and Waterloo, and e^ipture of Pari*. He liaa received the War Medal witli two Cluspi fur Kgypt aiil 
S«lainanca. 
3 Litul. Chaplin lerred the Punjittib campaign of IS'ifl-O with the 3rd Light Dragoon*, and vai present in 
t alftur of R^innuKirur, and baliie- of ?iid.wlapore, Chilliaiiwallah, and GoojeraU 



the 

S t^uarter-Ma^iir ILydon't >. rvic.t: 
South Betcland, iii IHUU; Penmiular i a 

4 Doctor Mttplilon waa prewnt wiih 

a As»l»l.-»urgeon Allen terred in lli 
ISM-AT, and waa preeeot during manjr i 

Lieut. Miller wrred with the loth Regt. 
balUe of Sobraun (Medal^ 



ojerau 
Icheren, tioge of Pliubing, and eipeditluu to 
np.iik'ni of 1^12 and 13. 

I" 40th in the action of Maharajporo (^fedal), 50th Dec. 184.1. 
field with the Capo Mounted Riflemen during the Kaffir Wor of 
terc iklrmiihef. 

in Ihe campaign ou thv SutleJ in 1816, and was preaent in ti.e 



124 



^th {Royal Irish) Regiment of Dragoon Guards. 



[Head Quarters 
at Dublin. 



27 



On the Standards and Appointments the HARP and CROWN, and the 
Star of St. PATRICK, with the motto " Quis Separabit V 
" PENIiVSULA." 

Colonel. 
Richard Pigot,' Mis. 4 Sept. 93 ; Lieut. IG Sept. 93 ; Capt. 21 Dec. 83; Major 
29 April 02 ; Lievt.-Col. 1 May 06; Col. 4 June 14 ; Maj.-Gen. 19 July 21 ; 
Lieut. -Gen. 10 Jan, 37 ; Col. 4th Dragoon Guards, 26 Nov, 49. 

Lieut. -Colonel. 

Edward Cooper Hodge, Cornet, 3 Aug. 26 ; Lie^it. p 3 July 28; Capt. P 19 Dec. 

34; Major, p3 Dec. 41 ; Lt.-Col. i'3 Oct. 48. 

3Iajor. 

William Charles Forrest, Cornet, Pll Mar. 36; Lieut, p 5 Jan. 39; Capt. 

P 7 Sept. 41 ; Major, p 3 Oct. 48. 



Captains. 
Francis Rowland Forster 

Thomas Jones 

Michael M'Crcagh 

Cha. H.Douglas Donovan' 

John IMacDonnell Webb 

Arth . Masterson Robertson 

Lieutenants. 

John Mullen, adj 

Thos. Miller Clarke, R.M. 
James Robert Scott .... 
Robert John Henry .... 
G.C. H. Player Brigstocke 
George Manners Morgan 

Robert Gunter 

Cornets. 

Charles Pearson 

Alexander Cuppage .... 
Christopher M'Donnel .. 
Charles Fleetwood Shawe 
Daniel Peploe Webb .... 
Bathurst Edw. Wilkinson 



P 7 Feb. 40 
P 23 July 41 
26 July 44 
P 19 Feb. 36 
P 2 Apr. 47 
P 18 May 46 

9 Mar. 43 
30 July 44 
P 3 Oct. 48 
P 15 Feb. 60 
P16 Feb. 50 
P 12 July 50 
P 16 May 51 

P 19 Aug. 51 
P 20 Aug. 51 
P12 Mar. 52 
P 13 Mar. 52 
P 1 4 May 52 
P 17 Aug. 52 



P 11 Mar. 42 
P 19 May 43 
p 19 Mar. 47 
3 Aug. 41 
P 2 Oct. 49 
P 8 Oct. 47 

26 Mar. 46 
P 29 Jan. 47 
P 18 July 51 
P 18 July 51 
P31 Oct. 51 
P 30 April 52 
P 25 June 62 



captain. 



P 29 Jan. 47 
P 30 June 48 
P18 July 51 
6 Apr. 50 
P 30 April 52 
P 25 June 52 



BREVET- 
MAJOR. 



Paymaster.— John Biggs, IG Sept. 51 ; IJns. p2 Sept. 45; Lieut. 17 Oct. 48. 

Adjutant. — Lieut. John Mullen, 10 March, 43, 

Quarter-Master.— John Thompson, 3 Oct. 48. 

Surgeon.— ChiUcy Pine,' 5 Dec. 43 ; Assist. -Surtj. 2 Aug. 33. 

Assist.-Surgeon. — James Flyter, 6 June 45. 

Veterinary Surgeon. — James Rainsford, 25 Dec. 28. 



Scaxlei— Facings Jilxxc. — Agejit, Andrew Lawrie, Esq. 
Irish Agents, Messrs. Cane and Sons. 
[Retur tied from Portugal, May, 1813.] 
Lieut.-General Pigot was actively employed in tiie West Indies in 1794 during the Maroon war: in the ' 
and capture of Minorca in 1798; at the capture of the Cape of Good Hope in 1806; and in 



Medi 

the East Indi( 

1 Capt. Donovan served with the 9tli Lancers in the campaign on the Sutlej in 1846, and was present at 
the battle of Sobraon (medal). Also in the Punjaub campaign of 1848-9, including the passage of the 
Chenab at Haninuggur, and battles of Chillianwallah and Giojerat (Medal with two Clasps). 

3 Mr. Pjne served with the 2Cth on the China expedition, (medal) and was present at the first capture of 
Chusan, attack on Canton, attack and capture of Amoy, repulse of the night attack on Ningpo, attack and 
capture of Tscke, Chapoo, Shanghai Woosung, and Chin Kiang Foo. He acted as senior Medical Officer in 
the campaigns in New Zealand, from April 1845 to May 1846, and was present at the destruction of Po- 
mare'g Pah, attack on Heki's Pah, destruction of tho Waikadi Pah, storming of Kawiti's Pah at Ohiawai, 
and capture of Kawiti s Pah at Ruapekapeka. 



"tNrSbS"] ^'^'( The Princess Charlotte of Wales a) Rerj. of Dr. Gds. 125 

The motto " Vestigia nulla retrorttim." — " SALAMANCA" — " VITTORIA"— 
" TOULOUSE"—" PENINSULA." 



Yean' 8«rr 
73 



Piy. 



Colonel. 



\ Sir John Sladc, Bart.'GCU., Cornet, 11 May, 1780 ; Liettt. 2« April, 83 ; 
Capt. '24 Oct. 87 ; Major, 1 March, 94; Lieut.-Col. 29 April, 9o; Col. 20 
April, 1802; M(uor-Gen. -23 Oct. 09 ; Liait.-Gen. 4Junc, 14 ; Gen. 10 Jan. 
37 ; Col. 5th Dragoon (Juards, 20 July 31 . 

I Lieut. -Colotiel. 

Ifj I /fori. James Yorke Scarlett, Cor/ie^P 26 March, 18; iiew^ P24 0ct.21 ; Capt. 
P9 June, 25; Maj.vU June, 30; Lieut.-Col. p3 July, 40; Col. 11 Nov. 51. 

Mnjor. 
Charles Wm. Morley Bahlcrs,' CB. Cornet, p 10 Nov. 25; Lieut. p25 Nov. 28; 
Capt. P 15 July, 36 ; Major, P16 May, 45 ; S revet- Lt.- Col. 3 Apr. 46. 



Captains. 
Robert Bell 



28 





4 





4 





4 





4 





5 





3 





3 





3 





3 





1 





1 





1 





16 


1ft 


5 





12 





21 





2 





10 






Georee Rowan Hamilton 
Richanl Thompson ... 
I Chardin Philip Johnson . . 
I George Duckworth .... 
.\dolp.Wni. Dcsart Burton 

I LlEUTENAXTS. 

P James Henley, R. M. ' ' 
Geo. Kershaw Sidebottom 

William Inglis 

Cha. Aug. Drake Halford 
Fred. Hay Swinfen .... 
A. J. Hardy Elliot,* adj. 
Henry Hugh M'Neile .. 
Corsets. | 

George Saptc Bumand . .' 
Richard Temple Godman 
Robt. James Montgomery 

If on. Grey Neville 

JohnSteplienson Ferguson 
Rich. G. Bomford Bolton 




P 27 June 34 
P 3 June 42 



CAPTAIN. 



P 9 Mar. 38 
P 2 Feb. 49 



p 2.j Feb. 42 I P 17 Nov. 43 p 23 May 48 
P14 Mar. 45 .p 14 April 46 1 p 19 April 50 
P 12 June 46 P 2 Feb. 49 P21 May 52 
P 8 Aug. 45 P 10 April 49 p 24 Dec. 52 



6 Jan. 25:P28 Nov. 45 
P 12 Jan. 49 I P 25 Jan. 50 
P 2 Feb. 49 ' p 22 Feb. 50 
P30 Mar. 49 p 5 April 50 
PIO April 49 P 19 April 50 
18 July 48 jP 14 June 50 
P 15 Mar. 50 P24 Dec. 52 



P12 April 50 
I' 17 May 50 
P 14 June 50 
PlGApril.j2 
P 11 June 52 
P 12 Mar. 52 



BREVET- 
MAJOR. 



1,", I Pflywi<7*/rr.— Edmund Vernon MacKinnon, 30 June, 48 ; Comet fc Sub-Lieut. 
P 29 April, 36 ; Lieut, f 27 March, 40. 
Af{jutant. — Lieut. Alex. James Hardy Elliot, *5 Dec. 51. 
Quarter-Master. — Alexander Langford, 18 June, 41. 
Surgeon. — George Kincaid Pitcairn, M.D. 6 Oct. 43 ; Assistant - Surgeon, 

23 Nov. 32. 
Assistant-Surgeon. — John Wyatt, 17 June, 51. 
Veterinary Surgeon. — George Ficher, 29 Dec. 43. 

Scarlet— /•'rtcin^* Green. — Agents, Messrs. Cox k Co.— Irish Agents, Messrs. 
Cano dc Sons. 
[Returned from Spain, July, 1814.] 
I Sir John Slide fenred In the camp«l(m of ISftH-O under Sir John Moore, tcrmintting with the battl* 
of Corunni, where he hkd the comn.unU of the Huttur IlriKntU. llo icrTKl aftorwardi the campalfn under 
Die Duke of Wrlliaslon, when he h»d command of a hricado of rnvulrr, and coTered the relreiit of the 
armjr to the linc» of Torret Vedrai and the purfult of Mui.-ena fr< m .'^nntarem, with the actions of Nart 
d'Arer, Kl Bodon, Fu»nU» Guinaldo, and Aldea de I'onte. Sir John hat rrceivcd the Rold .Mcdiil and one 
Claap for Corunna and Kiicntit .rf)nor, where he had hli horae ihol under him ; and the »iWcr War Medal 
with two Clatpa for Sabacun ard Ilenvvente, and Bu>aco. 

8 Lleut.-Col. Balder* tcrred the campaign on the SutleJ In lM*-0, and commanded the 3rd Light 
Dragoont In the battle* of Moodkee and Peroieihah (Medal and one Clatp). Hv wai wounded In tha 
groin whiUt cbargirg the enrrajt batlerlei at Peroiethah on the crcnlnf of the 2 1 it Dec. I o45. Re- 
etlTtd tbc Bretet of Lleut.-Colonel and C.B. 

3 Lieut. Ilenley aerred tha eampaicn of IbU In tha Peniniula, Including the battle of Toulouie, for 
which he ha< receitfd ihcf'llrcr War Mtdal with one clatp. 

4 Lieut. Elliot lerred flTereirt In India, tli.' two lait on Ix)rd Hardinge'i ilaff, prior to entering tha Royal 
Army, and wa» pretent with hit regimer.t, the Sth BcnB»l Caralry, at the battle of Punnlar(,Nfdalj,ai alio 
Id the Siitlej campiicn. Including the battle of Feroicthah fMadaP. 



126 



Qth Regiment of Dragoon Guards (Carabineers). 



tHead Quarter* 
at Canterbury. 



Years' Serv. 


58 


Full 


Half 


Pay. 


Pay. 


28 





21 


T*. 


20 





10 





10 





7 





9 





6 





31 

























6 





3 





3 





2 





2 





2 





1 





1 





18 





2 





2 





19 





2 





2 






Colonel. 
P Sir Thomas Hawker,' KCH. Cornet, \2 May, 1795; Lieut. 5 April, 96j 
Capt 10 July, 99 ; Major, 23 Nov. 1804 ; Lieut.-Col. 2 Sept. 08 ; Col. 4 June, 
14; Major-Gen. 27 May, 25; Lieut-Gen. 28 June, 38; Col. 6th Dragoon 
Guards, 5 June, 39. 

Lieut.'Colonel. 
Henry Richmond Jones, Cornet, pQ June 25; Lieut. '^U Nov. 26; Cajit.vi^ 
June 30 ; Brevet-Major, 9 Nov. 46 ; Major, p 21 May, 60 ; Lieut.-Col. p16 
Sept. 51. 

Major. 
William Neville Custance, Ensign, p11 Oct. 31 ; Lieut. 
P 16 Mar. 38 ; Major, p16 Sept. 51. 



' 26 June, 35 ; Capt. 



Captains. 

Charles Sawyer 

Samuel James Morton 

John Forster 

Alex. A. Melfort Campbell 
Robert Bickerstaff .... 
John Davis Sherston .... 

Lieutenants. 
William S. Philips, R.M. 
Francis Richard Hawker 
T. Coningsby N. Norbury 
Roger Charles Tichbome 

Philip Pinckney 

George Wardlaw 

Ellis Brooke Cunliflfe . . 

Henry Roebuck Johnston 

Cornets. 

Thomas Bott 

Theodore Fawcett 

James Stillman, adj 

William Thomas Betty . . 
Oswald Petre 



P 6 Sept. 33 
P 9 June 43 
P 25 Aug. 43 
8 Sept. 46 
P 8 Nov. 44 
P 10 Dec. 47 

25 Oct. 22 
P 24 Nov. 48 
P 12 Jan. 49 
P 13 July 49 
P 19 Oct. 49 
P 6 Nov. 47 
P14 June 50 
P 13 Dec. 60 

P 18 Apr. 51 
P17 Oct. 51 
2 Sept. 61 
P 14 May 52 
P 15 Oct. 52 



LIEUT 




P 8 April 36 1 


P28 Nov 


45 


3 Sept 


47 


P 28 Jan. 


48 


P 29 Dec 


46 


P 12 Jan. 


49 


16 Feb. 


26 


P 2 Oct. 


49 


P21 May 


50 


P 22 Nov. 


60 


P 22 Nov. 


50 


P 3 Jan. 


51 


P 4 Apr. 


51 


P 16 Sept. 


61 



CAPTAIN. 



P 8 Aug. 45 
P 21 May 50 
P 22 Nov. 50 
P16 Sept. 51 
P 10 Feb. 62 
P27 Feb, 52 



BREVET- 
MAJOR. 



Par/master. ■ 
6 Oct. 38. 



-Thomas Manders, 25 Sept. 49; Cornet, p SO July 35; Lieut. 



Adjutant. ^-Cornet James Stillman, 10 Feb. 52. 

Quartei--Master. — George Fraser, 7 Nov. 51. 

Surgeon. — George Taylor, 30 May, 45; Assistant- Surgeon, 16 May, 34. 

Assistant-Surgeon. — Stuart Moore, 5 Dec. 51. 

Veterinary Surgeon. — Alfred Job Owles, 19 Dec. 51. 

Scarlet — Facings White. — Agents, Messrs. Cox & Co. 
[^Retui-ncdfrom Buenos Ayres, 1808.] 



1 Sir Tli^ 



Hawker was present in the actions in North Holland, the Helder expedition, in the 10th, 
19th Sppteuiber, 2nd and 6lh October, 1790; and was present in command of the 20th Liglit Dragoons in 
every action in which the British troops were engaged on the eastern coast of Spain, in ISia and 1813; h« 
has subsctiuently served on the Staff, in India, as Major-General. 



at Daiiiucuiiig.] Ith ( The Princess RoyuFs^ Regt. of Dragoon Guards. 127 
Ymn' ^t\ ' Colonel. 

— ^^i IP (Haa Hon. Ileury Munav,' CB. Cornet, IG May, 00; Lt. 11 June, 01 ; Capt. 

63 I 24 Au^'. 02; Major, 20 March, 07 ; Zf.-Co/. 2 Jan. 12 ; Co/. 22 July, 30 ; 
-Vq;or-Gc;i. 28 J iiue, 38 ; Lt.-Gen. 11 Nov. 51 ; Col, 7th Dragoon Guards, 
18 Dec. 47. 

Lieut. -Colonel. 

Charles P. Ainslio, 2nd Lieut. 10 April 25; Lieut, v 28 Jan. 2G; Capt.vlQ 

March 30 ; Mt^jor, i' 14 Oct. 42; Lieut.-Col. '' 22 Oct. 47. 

Miijor. 

Arthur Cavendish Bcntinck, Ensign, V 2 Nov. 38; Lieut. P 31 Oct. 40; 

Capt. V 2 Mar. 47 ; Major, v 27 June 51. 



Captains. 



CORNET. 



LIEUT. CAPTAIN. | 



IREV.-MAJ. 



20 Feb. 30 I' 17 Jan. 40 ' p 1 Dec. 48 
'26 Apr. 3'J P 2 July 41 p30 Mar. 47 
19 Mar. 47 i p 3 Aug. 40 I p 19 Mar. 53 



P31 Dec. 47 p 11 Sept. 49 

P12 Sept. 48 PIG Nov. 49 
P30 Mar. 49 P 21 May 50 
P 2 Mar. 47 p 15 Feb. 50 
P18 May 49 P27 June 51 
I' 18 Jan. 50 p 10 Mar. 52 
P13 Doc. 50 'p G July 52 
p 14 Feb. 51 I P 30 July 52 



P 30 July 52 



Philip Bunbury' p 10 Mar. 43 p G Feb. 40 P 1 8 May 49 

C. P. Bcauchamp Walker p 27 Feb. 30 21 June 39,p22 Dec. 4G 
Charles Win. Thompson^ ! 
Thomas }Ienr>' Clifton . . 

William Middleton 

Fitzroy George Smith . . 

LlECTESAXTS. 

Thomas William Goff .. 

Wm. Wentworth Lamb.. 

James William Balfour.. 

B. Tho. Dowbiggon, adj. 

John William Wetherall 

A.G. Montgomerj- .Moore 

Arthur Robt. G. Custello 
Corsets. 

Henry Blinkhom,* R.M. 16 Feb. 491 

Montague Dettmar .... ''10 April 62 1 

Peter Withington [p 9 July 

W. Fourbelle Dowdeswcll P 17 Aug. 52 ( 

HumeNicholl p18 Ang. " 

Archibald Clevland .... 1 p 23 Nov. 52 ' 

Paymaster.— 'Swgcnl Chichester, 19 March 52; Cornet, p6 Nov. 40; Lieut. 
V 30 March 49 ; Copt, v 27 June 51. 
Adjutant. — Lieut. Edward Thomas Dowbiggen, 5 Dec. 51. 
I Quarter-Master.— lltnry Mat;ill,* lu March, 43. 
1/^ I Surgeon.— GidGon Dolmage, 5 April 44 ; Assist.-Surg. 10 Dec. 33. 
\Ass'ut.- Surgeon. — Jenkin Ilomfray Llewelyn, 17 March 48. 
Veterinary Surgeon.— Wh-ini. Henry Cherry, 28 Sept. 40. [Bt., Armit, & Co. 

Scarlet — Facings black. | Agents, Cox k Co. | Irish Agts., Sir E. R. Borough, 

I IReturnedfroin the Cape of Good Hope, 7 June 1848.] 

I Lieut.-General the Hon. Henry Murray lerTfd in Jfaplci, Sicily, ond Calabria, In 180fl-7. Accom- 
panied the cipedllion to Egypt In March 1807, and was preatnt, as an Aide-de-camp, at the otlack on 
AJciandna, sirgc aad ttormliig of IloivtU, and on every other occai>ion when our troopi were engaged. 
S<rTc>l at Wttlcheren in ISOO, including tlif sii%'o and surrender of Flushing. Went with the 18th Hussars 
tn the Coninsula m Jun. 1813; prcivnt ut the c^o<^in(; of the Ksliir, and conimnmled the regiment in sup- 
port of the luih Hu»».ir5 at the action of Muralcf de Tort). Served also in the campaign of 1813, liiclu.ling 
the biHle of yuutrc Bras; coinmaiided the rear regiment of tho Column on the retreat during the following 
day ; and, at (he batUo of Waterloo, he led the lath Hussun in the brilliant charge of Sir Uusiey Vivian's 
Brigade, at the conclusion of the action. 

•i Captain Uunhury served Uiroughout the Kaflir war, and was wounded in the charge at the QwaDgs, on 
IheHth June, lM(i. 

1 Cipum Ttioirp«)o %tnni u a Captain io the Biltiib Lrfloa, and was cDfafrd at Hcmanl 30ih Auf. 183i; at Ar. 
laban, IbUi, 17th, and ISUt Jaa. | aiul iIm afttoo b«rore San ScluuUan, &lta May, ISM, wbrn he »» Kvrrcly woundrd 
It. ihr hi;. »r. 1 ;: r l.»i. IK s f. aBd M^alj. Strvi-d Uic campalfn of Uic Punjsub in llir Mtb Liuhl Draiuoni ; aa< 
■ ■ .1.' : .• <iauiidrd>, tXnd Not. ISI*, al ChlllUnwall.ih, 13th Jan.. and at Uoojrral, !l;it Fib. IStS 

M . . •' nt alio at Ui« crt.s*lns of tbc Cbriub, Jbcliun, aud Indus ; at Ibc lurrrodci uf the Srik 

a.'.; a. I : iic o( the Uridfc of Boats at Alluck, and pursuit of the AUsbaus to Prstaawur. 

* I r .1 with the imh Lancers In lh« balUu of Mtthanyporc, iUih Dec. 18-I3 (Medal); 

a;>o in I!. ' ."^utlej in 184(1, Including the l>ullle« of Aliwal and Sobraon, for which he has 



5 (iu.1/'. 
Cap« of U 



I lasp. 
.; ^crvl■d In the expedition against the insurgent Uoers beyond tlie Orangs Uivcr 
^i:>. He served also Uiroughout ibe Kkfflr war of 1640-7. 



128 



1st (EoT/al) Regiment of Dragoons. [^rManchester! 



On the Standards an Eagle.—" PENINSULA"—" WATERLOO." 



Years 


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21 





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17 





14 





12 





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11 





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10 





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18 





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K) 






Colonel. 
^ SB 5ir Arthur Benjamm Clifton,i KCB. KCH. Cornet, 6 June, 1794; Lieut. 
7 Aug. 1794; Capt. 27 Feb. 1799; Major, 17 Dec. 1803; Lieut. Col. 25 July, 
1810; Col. 12 Aug. 1819 ; Major Gen. 22 July 30 ; Lieut.-Gen. 23 Nov. 41 ; 
Col. 1st Dragoons, 30 Aug. 42. 

Lieut.-Colonel. 
^ aaa Thomas Marten,« KH. Cornet §• Sub-Lieut. 22 Nov. 13 ; Lieut, v 23 
June, 17 ; Capt. p 4 May, 22 ; Major, P 12 Dec. 26 ; Lieut.-Col. 29 May, 35 ; 
Col. 9 Nov. 46. 

Major. 
John Yorke, Cornet, p 21 Dec. 32; Lt. p 5 Dec. 34 ; Caj)t. p 14 Dec. 41 ; Major, 
P 4 Sept. 49. 



Captains. 

Robert Wardlaw 

Chas. C. Waldo Sibthorp 

Walter B. Barttelot 

Thomas Thoroton 

Herbert Morgan 

Wm.de Cardonnel Elmsall 

Lieutenants. 
John Chamberlain^ R.M. | 

Henry Croft 

William Harrisson, adj 

Michael Stocks 

George Campbell .... 
John Coltman Davenport 

James Ainslie 

Cornets. 

Henry Sykcs 

Walter John Coney .... 
St. John W. C. Charlton 

Arthur Basset 

Edmund Pepys 

Thomas Keane FitzGerald 



P 5 June 35 
P 28 Oct. 36 
P 1 Mar. 39 
P14 Dec. 41 
P 23 June 39 
P 1 July 42 

1 June 32 
P 13 Oct. 43 
14 Apr. 46 
Pll Dec. 46 
P 25 Feb. 48 
9 June 48 
P 13 Oct. 48 

P23 Nov. 49 
PIS Jan. 50 
P 14 Feb. 51 
P12 Dec. 61 
P 14 May 52 
P 24 Aug. 52 



P 28 July 40 
P 7 Sept. 41 
P14 Dec. 41 
P 23 June 43 
P 19 Aug. 42 
P 13 Oct. 43 

P 10 July 35 
Pll Dec. 46 
19 July 49 
P 20 July 49 
P 4 Sept. 49 
P16 Nov. 49 
P21 Dec. 49 



P 14 Oct. 42 
P 13 Oct. 43 
P 7 Feb. 45 
p 25 Feb. 48 
p 20 July 49 
P 4 Sept. 49 



BREVET- 
MAJOR. 



March, 41 ; Ens. v 20 Feb. 85 j 



Paymaster.— nohevi Thomas Browne Boyd, : 

Lieut. P 15 Feb. 39. 
Adjutant. — Lieut. William Plarrisson, 14 Apr. 46. 
Quarter-Master.— WnWam Scott, 26 Oct. 49. 

Surgeon. — Luke Barron, M.D. 25 Sept. 49 ; Assist. -Surg. 10 July 40. 
Assht.- Surgeon. — M'illiam John Alexander Orr, 5 Nov. 62. 
I Veterinnri/ Surgeon. — Matthew Poett, 21 April, 37. 

Scarlet — Facings Blue. — Agents, Messrs. Cox & Co. 
[Returned from France, Jamiary, 1816.] 

1 Sir Arthur Clifton's services i-Campaigns of 1809, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, and 15. Commanded a squadron 
in covermg and supportmg four Spanish guns at the battle of Talavera, and employed in different subse- 
quent operations; battle ofBusaco, pursuit of Massena from Santarem, taking from him prisoners and bag- 
gage; battle of Fuentes d'Onor, actions at Nave d'Aver, El Bodon, Fucnte Guinaldo, and Aldea de Ponte; 
several affairs during the retreat of the army from Salamanca to Ciudad Rodrigo; charged with a squadron 
a body of French Infantry under General Clause!, near Salamanca, killing or taking nearly a liundrtd of the 
enemy ; battle ot Vittoria, blockade of Pampeluna, several affairs in the Pyrenees, battle of Toulouse 
skirmishing with the enemy and covering tlie retreat on the 17th of June, and battle of Waterloo. Sir 
Arthur has received the gold Jtedal and one Clasp for Fuentes d'Onor and Vittoria; and the silver War 
Medal vrith three clasps for Talavera, Busnco, and Toulouse. 

2 Colonel Marien served the campaign of 1814 in the Peninsula, with the household brigade. Also the 
campaign of 1815, including th« battle of Waterloo. 



HmJ QutrUn n 
tl Uirmiuyham.J 



2 lid {Roi/al North British) Regt. of Dragooi 



129 



On tlie Stamlanls an Eagle " WATERLOO.' 



'S«rv. 



59 



A 



Colonel. 
|) J.a Archibald Money,' C13. KC. Cornet, April, 94; Lieut. 13 May, 94; 
Cnpt. 3 May, 00; Major, \A Doc. O'J ; Xi<?«/.-t'o/. 4 June 14 ; Co/. 10 Jan. 
37 ; Major-Gen. 9 Nov. 40 ; Col. --M Dragoons, -24 May, bi. 

Lieut. -Colonel. 
Henry Darby Griffith, Cornet, p -25 Nov. --28; Lieut, p 2o Nov. 31; Cupt. v 1 
Aug. 34; Mnjor, v U Nov. 4U ; Lt.-Col. i' 27 Aug. o'i. 
; Major. 

( Donald John M. Macleod, Cornet, i' lOJulv 35; Z|■cH^ f23 Feb. 38; C«;;^. 
j i V-2S Dec. 41; M({Jor,v '27 Aug. b-2. 



CiPTAIXS. 

Geo. Aug. Filmer Sulivan 
George Calvert Clarke . . 
5irGeo.Fra.Hampsou,i}^ 
Samuel Toosey Williams 
Henry Sales Scobell .... 
William Boyd 

LIELTENAXT3. 

Frederick Philips, H.M. 

Henry Dalton Witlit Lyon 

William Miller, adj 

John Arthur Freeman . . 
Francis Sutherland .... 

! George Buchanan 

j Herbert Edwards 

I CORXETri. 

' William Allan Woddrop. . 
0. ' William Taylor Preutis. . 
I Joscelyn Ta'te Westby .. 
i Robert Scott Hunter. . . . 

Richard Parry 

Andrew Nugent 



CAPTAIN. 



' -29 July 30 P 2G Feb. 41 p 5 April 44 
|P30 May 34 p 7 Oct. 30 p20 Sept. 39 
5 Aug. 4-2 p 18 April 45 i P'24 Sept. 47 
P-20 June 40 29 Apr. 42 p24 Dec. 47 
7 April 43 p IG May 45 I p 27 Aug. 52 
P17 Oct. 34 P20 Apr. 44 



P 22 Feb. 31 

P 1 1 May 39 
P18 April 45 
7 July 40 
P 7 Aug. 40 
P24 Sept. 47 
P 10 Mar. 49 
PC Nov. 46 

PlSSept. 49 
P 10 Aug. 50 
P 22 Nov. 50 
P 17 June 51 
P21 Sept. 52 
P17 Dec. 52 



P 29 Dec. 43 
p 24 Sept. 47 
20 June 50 
P21 June 50 
Pll AprUol 
P27 Aug. 52 
P22 Oct. 47 



11 Nov. 51 



11 Paymaster.— VhUip Antrobuj, 1 Jan. 49 ; Cornet, p 23 Apr. 42; Lt. p 2 Feb. 44. 

I I 
7 I I Adjutant.— Lieut. William Miller, 7 July 40. 

3 Quarter-Mcuter. — Thomas Hamilton M'Bean, IC Aug. 50. 

1^ ■.Surgeon.—'R.obcTi Dunkin Smyth, Nov. 40; Atsist.-Surg. 12 Oct. 25; 
Hosp.'Assut. 19 May 25. 

1 Ass'utant-Surgeon. — ^James Jekell Armstrong, 2 April, 52. 
14 I Veterinary Surgeon. — Thomas Jex, 4 Oct. 39. 

I Scarlet — Facingi Blue. 

Agents, Messrs. Charles Hopkinson and Co. 
[Returned from France, January, 1810.] 
1 U«jor-Gco«ral Money (erred twraty-five jinn in (lie lllli Dragoonc— in Flanderi and Holland in 
KM and Uo, oiiii in (ivriuuny tliv latter )ear, includuiK tliu attack on tliv Krcncli lines, 17th April ; their 
defeat un the h<.i|;hti uf Cdteau, 2iUh April, uud mur Tuurnay ; 3rd May ; battlvi of Rouhuix and Ijinnujr, 
drfcat of the French near Toumay, 2ind May I7W ; and affair at Buiuinel, and Jan. 171)5. CarapulK'ii of 
17W in Holland, inctudinf (he actiont i>f the lUlh and lUth Sept., 2nd and Olh Uctuber. Commanded a 
detschm'-nt of iti-- regt. under sir Ralph Abercromby, at Letburn, Minorca, and the expedition to Cadiz, 
in ISOO; in Kivpt, m 1001 (Minial), including the aclioni of the «tb, 13lli, and v'Ut March, toKether with 
thecaplurf of (irunJ Cairo and Alriaiidria. i'enintular campaigui of IsU and 12; present at the liega 
Of Uod^oi, battle of Salamanca, and affair of cavalry near the Tonne* on tnc following day, when three 
Frencli battalion! were taiien; catalry affairs of CallaUa Caniino and Kenta dw J*o»o. Served alto the 
nmpaign of 1^15, including the tMlllei of Quatre Bru and Waterloo, towardt the dote of winch last (be 
'■"tninatid of the llih Uraj^oont devolved on him : prcMiit also at the capture of Paris. He has rrcelveU 
War Medal with one Clasp for Salamanca. 

I.ieut. Edwards served with the Mih Light Dragoons throughout the Punjaub Campaign of 1M8-0, in- 
..ng the ocuuii of Kaninuggur ,witli the charging s<iuudruns), passage ol the Chcuab, battles of Chil- 
. . .oallah and Uoojerat, pursuit of the encuiy across lliv J bclum and of thv Affg bans over the Indus 
;. r.jgh the K)iyberi>wt (UeUol and Clwpt.) 



fn"ie-s;7u!!;,M37!] ^^^ ( The King's Own) Regt of Lt. Dragoons, [S«; ; 

The White Horse, within the Garter on the 2nd and 8rd Standards, with the Motto, " Nee aipera ter ; 
"SALAMANCA"— "VITTORIA"— "TOULOUSE"— "PENINSULA"— "CABOOL, 1842"— "MOOD i 
" FEROZESHAH"— " SOBRAON." 

Colonel.—^ Lord Charles Somerset Manners, KCB.> Cornet, 7 Feb. 98; Li' 

June,99; C«;;^. 21 Aug. 1800; 3Ioj. 13 Oct.OS; Lt.-Col.l Aag.U; Col.Q: 

17 ; Major-Gen. 27 Mav, 25 ; Lt.-Gen. 28 June, 38 ; Col. 3rd Drs. 8 No ; 
XJewif.-Co/oweZs.— MichaelWhite, CB.^ Cornet, p15 Aug. 04; Lt. p 14 May> 

Cajit. 7 Nov. 15; Brvt.-Maj. 10 Jan. 37; Maj. 4 Jan. 39; Lt.-Col. p13» 

39 ; Col. 3 Apr. 46. 
Geo. Hen. Lockwood, CB.^ Cor. p 10 Mar. 25 ; Lt. P 10 Aug. 26 ; Capt. p 7 Sep 1 

J/f(/.6Mar.39; jBrew. ii.-CoZ. 23 Dec. 42; i^.-CoZ.9Nov.46; CoZ.2Aii: 
Majors.— iohn Wm.Yerbury,« Ensign, p 12 Dec. 26; Lieut. p5 July 33; d 

I July 37 ; Major, Q Nov. 46; Brevet Lt.-Col. 7 June, 49. 
Lawrence Fyler,^ Ens. p 7 Sept. 26 ; Lieut, p 10 July 28 ; Cajri. p 7 Feb. ■ 

Srev.-Major, 19 June, 46; Major, P 7 April, 48. 



Years 


Serv. 


55 


Full 


Hall 


Pay. 


Pay. 


48 


ll 


28 





27 





27 





33 


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20 





23 





24 





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19 





12 





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Captains. 
JBGough,''CB..t. c.2Aug.50 

Walter Unett 8 

George Forbes ^ 

W.E.FitzEdward Barnes 
Henry Aime Ouvry'^. . . 

James Cowell '^ 

Hon. Hor. M. Monckton'* 

Henry Wood'' 

Edward Fellowes 

Lieutenants, 
Edward Geo. Swinton'"* 

John Sullivan i"^ 

JohnBlackburneHawkes'" 

Thomas Penton " 

William Henry Orme*".. 
Charles Russell Colt 23 . . 
William Gray Draper . . 
Thos. Heathcote Stisted^^ 
Geo. E. F. Kauntze,^^ adj. 

Robert Hodgson-* 

T. C. Belmore St. George^^ 
George Thorne Ricketts 
William Hickes Slade . . 

Robert Macneill 

James Macqueen,'^ R. M. 

Samuel Pearson 

Augustus Barton White . . 
Henry F. Geo. Coleman 

Cornets. 
Fred. Tho. Ongley Hopson 
Edward Howard Vyse . . 
John Norcliffe Preston . . 
John W. James Gilford . . 
Newton Cha. Chichester 
Arthur Edmund Mansel 
Robert Dymond 



CORNET. 



LIEUT. 



24 Feb. 20 i P 1 Oct. 25 

P 23 Aug. 33 P 31 Mar. 37 

10 Dec. 30 ] 15 Feb, " ' 

19 Nov. 29 P 24 July 35 



CAPTAIN. 



1 Aug. 26 

1 Nov. 42 

34 P 24 Jan. 45 

16 May 45 



P17 Oct. 33iP 4 Sept. 35 
P 18 July 34 I P 17 Mar. 37 
P 23 April 41 ;p 29 April 42 
P 10 July 37 I P 16 Nov. 41 
P 23 Apr. 39 P 29 Apr. 42 



P 6. 



7 Oct. 



June 34 
9 July 37 31 Dec 
P 2 Mar. 38 ' ^ ^ 
P 16 Nov. 41 
P 24 Jan. 45 
P 16 May 45 
P 19 Jan. 44 
3 Apr, 
19 Dec 



2 May 45 

9 June 48 

P 4 May 49 

P 10 Jan. 51 

P 6 Dec. 50 



BREV. 



26 Ma; 
7 Jim., 



20 Dec. 44 23 Sept. 48 
P 29 Dec. 46 I P 10 Nov. 48 
P 28 Jan. 48 P 3 Ang. 49 



2 Colonel White served alt 
ture of Hattrass in 1817, and 
[the Mahratta campaigns of 1' 
18 ; also at siege and cap' 

P 27 Sept. 39 I Bliurtpore in 1825-6. Comm. 

no/? r — Ai Brigade throughout the camp 
1842 in AfTghanistan, for wl 
was appointed a CB, Comr 
a Brigade of Cavalry in the 
of Moodliee and Ferozeshah (' 
ed) ; and the 3rd Drs. in tlie 
of Sobraon. Commanded a \ 
throughout the Punjaub cai 
of 1648-9, and was present 
actions of Sadoolapore and 
of CbiUianwallah and Goojci 



P 26 Jan. 44 

3 Apr. 46 

9 Nov. 46 

Pll Dec. 46 

46! PlO Dec. 47 

45 ! P 28 Jan. 48 



19 Mar. 47 
P 16 June 48 

14 April 46 
P29 Dec. 48 

22 Dec. 48 



P23 May 48 
P19 Apr. 50 
19 May 50 
P 12 July 50 
P 10 Jan. 51 



29 June 49 P31 Jan. 51 



P15 Aug. 48 
P 21 Aug, 49 
P 19 Apr, 50 
P 12 July 50 
P 16 Aug. 50 
P 15 Oct. 50 
17 Jan. 51 



17 Captain Wood lerved throughout the camp 
1842 in AfTghanistan under General Pollock, w 
sent at the forcing of the Kh)ber Pass, storm 
heights of Jugdulluek, actions of Tezecn an 
Kotul, and occupation of Cabool (Medal), 
also in the Punjaub campaign of 1848.9, an 
manded a squadron at the battle of Chilliai 
(Medal and Clasp). 1 



■5 May,37;X^9Ap! 



Paymaster. — James Herbert Clay, 31 May, 44 ; Ens. 
Adjutant.— Liexit. Geo. E. F. Kauntze, 30 Mar. 48. 

Qiiarter-Master. — Abraham Crabtree,^" 25 Nov. 42 ; Cornet, 17 Sept. 41. 
Surgeon.— 3&S. Henderson,^' M.D. 20 Apr. 26 ; A .-S. 22 Mar.lO ; H.-A. 5 Au 'S 
Assist.-Surgs. — WilliamGreenTrousdell,*'8 Apr.42. j Blue — Facings Scarle - 
O'Connor D'Arcey, M.D. 2 Oct. 46. | Agents, Messrs. Cox t o 
Veterinary Surgeon. — Benjamin Chaning Rouse Gardiner,-^ 19 May 46. 

Lord Charles Manners served the campaign of 1808 in Spain, including the cavalry engagement at Benevente. At W« * 
as Aide-de-Camp to Lord Chatham, and was present at the siege of Flushing. Acted as Aide-de-Camp to the Duke ( 
lington from 1811 until the army entered Madrid in 1812 ; when he assumed the command of the Regiment, and remain 
it until thewarclosed in 1814. His Lordship has received thegold medal and two clasps for Salamanca, Vittoria, and Tm ■ 
and the Silver War Medal with one ctasp for Benevente. 

4 Colonel Lockwood commanded the 3rd Light Drs, throughout the campaign of 1842 in Affgha 
[medal and CB.], and was present at forcing the Khyber Pass, storming the heights of Jugdullu 
Huftkotul, occupation of Cabool, siege and capture of Istaliff. He served a 
manded a brigade at the battle of Goojerat (Medal). 

6 Major Fyler served with the 16th Lancers during the campaign in Affghanistan under Lord Keane, including th 
and capture of Ghuznee (Medal). Also at the battle ol Maharajpore (Medal) 29 Dec. 1843, and in the campaign on Ihi 
in 1846 (Medal), including the battles of Buddiwal and Aliwal, at ivhich last he was severely wounded by a musket she 
charging a body of infantry. Served also in tlic Punjaub campaign (Medal). 

12 Captain Ouvry served the Punjaub campaign ot 1848-9, with the 3rd Lt. Drs., and commanded a squadron at ll 
of Ramnuggur (horse shot under him) ; and at the battles of Sadoolapore, Chillianwallah, and Goojerat (Medal and ( 

15 Hon. Capt. Monckton served with the :9th throughout the Punjaub campaign of 1348-9 [Medal), includi 



I under Gen. 
ction of Teze J 
Punjauti campaign of 1648-9, 



passage of the Chenab, and battles of Chillla 
[For N^i 



and31,«e»oppojit«P«li 



'"i,S.'"'] '^^^^ ( ^'^''' Q«<'^"'5 Own) Rerjt. of Light Dragoo 
■Talavrha" "Aluvheha 



131 



Hair 
P.y. 



ALAMANCA" "VlTTOKlA" "ToULOUSE" " PENINSULA." 
" APFUUANI8TAN'' " OUUZMBB." 

Colonel. 
|) 5211 Sir George Scovcll,' KCB. Adjutant, 5 April, 98 ; Cornet, 20 June, 98 ; 

Lieut. 4 May, 00 ; Capt. 10 March, 04 ; Major, 30 Mav, 11 ; Lieut. -Col. 17 

Aug. 12 ; Col. 27 May, 25 ; Major-Gen. 10 Jan. 'il ;' Lt.-Geii. 9 Nov. 4G ; 

Col. 4th Light Dragoons, 18 Dec. 47. 

Lieut. -Colonel. 
Lord George Augustus Fred. Paget, Cornet k. Siih-Lt. P2oJuly, 34, Lieut. 

v\ Dec. 37; Capt. i' 17 Aug. 41 ; il/«>;-, p 30 Jan. 46 ; XlVl<^-Co^ p29 Dec. 40. 
Major. — John Thomas Douglas Ilalkett, CorMcf, i'23 Jan. 35; Xitu/. July 37 ; 

Capt. V 2.'i Oct. 42 ; MaJ. P 15 March 50. 



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Captains. 

Alexander Low 

George John Brown . . 

Robert Portal 

Herbert Dawson Sladc 
C. Berkeley .Molyneux 

jTliomas lluttou 

Lieutenants. 
J. H. TurnerWarde, R.M, 



CORNET. I LIEUT. 

P 2 Oct. 35 |P (J July 38 
P17 ApriUO P14 July 43 
P17 Jan. 40 p 8 Mav 45 
P 25 Oct. 42 P 9 June 40 
20 Sept. 44 1 April 47 
P21 June 39 p U Mav 42 



P21 June 33 p; 



I Henry Smith Adiington I p 11 Feb 



48 



12 May 85 
GJulv 40 



Henry .\9tley Sparke 
George Lllis, niljutant . . 
Htdworthllylton Jolliffe. 
John Barry Marshall. . . . 
lion. Chas. James Keith' 

Cornets. 
FiennesWykeham Martin 
Chas. A. Gunter Browne 
William Affleck King . . 
Georiie Warwick Hunt . . 



P 29 Dec. 40 ' P 15 Oct. 50 

7 May 47 i 8 May 51 

P 8 Dec. 48 I P 9 May 51 

P19 Oct. 49 13 May 52 



15 Feb. 50 



P12 Apr. 
P 13 Deo. 



P 31 Oct. 51 



C A PT A IK. I BRKV.-MAJ. 



P 14 July 43 
P 30 Jan. 40 
9 June 46 
P 28 Aug. 49 
P 15 Mur. 60 
P 23 April 52 



in the bo»t action of 
H. M. S. Presidtnt »nd Eurydice 
against tlic Arab piratei in the riTer 
AuKozha, cast cuait of AlVica, 23 
Not. 1847. 



»Qu 



Matter Hin ^cr^■cd ai Deputy Pr«Toil 
al to Ilic Bombay column of the Army of lb* 
during tlie whole of the time it «ai in the field 
1 ^from Dec. 1838 to Feb. 1B40), and wai pretent at th« 
capture of Gbuioee ( Medal). 



50 
50 
Pll July 5 
P 12 July 5 
Humphrey Brook Firman p 14 May 52 i 
Robert N. Gore Booth .. 1 p 9 July 52l 

Paymaster. — George Thorne George, 4 May, 49; Ens. p6 Sept. 83; Lt. p9 Dec. 
A((jutant.— Lieut. George Ellis, 5 May 48. [30 ; Capt. 17 Jan. 45. 

Quarter-Master. — John Hillj^" 22 June 49. 

Surgeon. — Thomas Hunter, M.D. 23 July, 44; Assist.-Surff. 18 April, 84. 
Assist.-Surg. — Hampden Hugh :Massey, M.D., 22 Nov. 44. 
Veterinary Surgeon. — John Byrne, 14 Dec. 38. 

Blue, Facings Scarlet. — Agents, Messrs. C. Hopklnsou & Co. 
[Returned from the Fast Indies, March 1842.] 
I Sir George Scorell tcrrrd the cainpaicrn under 81r John Moore, trrmlnating with the batti* of 
CoruDDi, at which ho wai present as Doputy-Auittaiit-Quarter-MaiiUr-fienerai. Aflerwards in tlie 
Prnlutula In the lame dcparlnient at the head-quarters under the Uulc of Wi-llinnton, from Feb. 1809 to 
the end of that war in 18U, and was present at the passage of the Douro and pursuit of Marshal Soult ; 
balilrf of Tulttv.rs, Bu.aco, and Kucntis d'Onor ; siige* of Ciudad Rodrigo and Badajoz, battle of 
Balamanra, n- -• ■ f 11 Hk' -. t iiil' - . f \ itt.r.i, tl . I'j r. i.. is, Nm llr, and Nive; ptMBRC of the Adour, and 
battle of 1 luitlle of Waterloo, bir George hui 

rec.i\edil. ■ ii{lit ehisps. 



MlllUrr Secreurr to thr Cunmandrr-in-t 
and Frroiethah, and odirialrd ai Quirirr- 
ih' I'unjiub campalfn of l»4»-e as guarte 



'he war in China, and received the tretet 
'li, fur till conduct In action, he hatinf been 
• . jl.i:iii> n. Mr »ai »ti.i««cdi present In the battle of Mabarajpore, as 
r in India i and he roniniandrd a Brl(ade of Tavalr) at Uic battirt of Moodke* 
l<r-General in the battle of Sobraon, and »ajTrry tcrcrrl) wounded. Serred 
liter. Ocneral Uucen't Troops, and was present at the tallies of Cbllliamrallah 



■.t sened with the 3rd I.I. Drm. the rampaipi of 1842 in AffglianistBD (Medal), and was present al the forcinc 
Pass, •toimtng the bcixhis of Joftdallock, action of Teieen and Hufikoinl, ocenpation of Csbool, storm aui 

'.?. II. iffT. Is!.. iV.r>::ti «uhr.,.„|,i,„,.nv;v ; „,„) «„. „v,,rU „ .,lcd in the battle of Chillianwallab. 

' 1 _...... 1.1 I . !.- .. ^ ., ^ . .. ' • .■ the batilciof Moodkce, Peroie- 

■. «• present in the affair of Bam- 

i.rral Pollock. lie aas prrient as 
>13, and hai reertvrd the llrotue 
''. Ferotrihali, and Sobraon. 

. and was preseni at the fomnr 
: d occupation of C'sbool. Scried 
II. (Mrdal and two Clasps): h« 
hoi under kin In tht 






tC Lieut. St. Geori* •enrfl '. 
T7 Dr. llrodcnoo serred at t: ' 
IkeBumesror v.. t:.. ^ 

tS Liei.t '■ n,r IG-.I. 1 »;. .r 

atcfcandr; : lall. He'sii 

Um canpa^. i: >, Including the ^ 

» Vetet :.> : r icrred with the -' 

*l Asailt..Sur< Ti u».>;. lerrtUi^ the I»tb la Ult I'w 
bMU* of CbUliaawallata (Ueilal). 



iteh lait be was sererely wounded In the arm. 
aai wounded in the battle uf Cbillianwallah. 
<t llhurti>orr, and was a volunteer fur the dismounted caealry 
. I- re I loedali, and at tbe battle of Sobraon. 
.1. of l»48.« (medal). 
■ •< ; two years Id ttie American wari and diuinf the whole of 



132 



Gth {InniskilUng) Regiment of Dragoons, [ 



Head Quarters, 
at York. 



The Castle of Iimiskilling. 
« WATERLOO." 



Years' Serv. 


58 


Full 


Half 


Pay. 


Pay. 


28 


5^ 


15 





19 





16 





10 





10 





9 





10 





9 





7 





8 





8 





10 





7 





6 





4 





4 





2 





1 





1 





1 





23 


3^ 


1 





10 





20 





1 





23 






Colo7iel. 
Sir George Pownoll Adams,' KCH. Cornet, 5 Oct. 1795 ; Lieut. 12 March, 96 ; 
Capt. 11 Oct. 97; Major, 5 Feb. 02; Lieut.-Col. 8 Dec. 04 ; Col. 4 June, 
13; Major-Gen. 12 Aug. 19; Lieut.-Gen. 10 Jan. 37 ; Gen. 11 Nov. 51; 
Col. 6th Dragoons, 26 Oct. 40. 

Lleut.-Coloiiel. 

Willoughby Moore, Cornet, p? Sept. 20; Lieut. p17 July, 23; Capt. 4 Mar. 

26 ; Major, p 17 July, 40 ; Lieut.-Col. p 28 July, 43. 

Major. 

Henry Dalrymple White, Cornet, p 11 May 38; Lieut. p8 Feb. 39; Cajjt. 

P 17 May 44 ; Major, p 22 Dec. 48. 











BREVET- 




CORNET. 


LIEUT. 


CAPTAIN. 


MAJOR. 


Captains. 
Charles Cameron Shute 










P 19 July 34 


P 13 May 39 


P 5 Mar. 47 




Robert Moore Peel 


P 2 Dec. 37 


P 2 July 41 


P 25 June 47 




Fred.W.JohnFitzWygram 


P 28 July 43 


P 17 May 44 


P22 Dec. 48 




William Martin Powell . . 


P 10 Nov. 43 


P 8 Oct. 44 


P 2 Nov. 49 




Conyers Tower , . 


P 7 June 44 


P 6 June 45 


P 18 Jan. 50 




5irW.C.Morshead,jBi.,s. 


P 2 June 43 


P 9 June 46 


P 22 Mar. 50 




Lieutenants, 










William Doyle, R.M. .. 


13 Dec. 44 


P 11 June 47 






Robert George Manley . . 


P 9 June 46 


P 25 June 47 






Hon. H. L. Boyle Rowley 


P 29 Nov. 45 


P 8 Oct. 47 






H. R. Salusbury Trelawny 


4 July 45 


P22 Dec. 46 






Henry Walters 


P21July 43 


P 28 April 48 






Edmund Probyn 


p 19 May 46 


P 16 June 48 






Edmund D'Arcy Hunt* 


P29 Oct. 47 


P 19 Oct. 49 






German Wheatcroft 


P 19 Oct. 49 


P 22 Aug. 51 






Cornets. 










John Lavallin Puxley . . 


P23NOV.49 








Ai-thur Pryse Jones 


P21 Nov. 51 








Richard Henry Currie . . 


P 16 April 52 








Archibald Weir, adj 


21 May 52 






Harry Wm. Pigott Wilson 


P 11 June 52 









Paymaster. — Robert Douglas Barbor, 16 Feb. 49 ; Cornet p 15 March 27 ; 

Lieut. P 9 April 29 ; Caj)t. p 28 April 37. 
Adjiitant. — Cornet Archibald Weir, 21 May, 62. 
Quarter- Master. — James Marshall, 14 April, 43. 

Surgeon. — Alexander M'Grigor, M.D. 13 Oct. 43; Assist.-Surg. 31 May 33. 
Assist.-Surg. — Henry Chai-les Boate, 26 Nov. 62. 
Veterinary Surgeon. — Herbert Hallen, 3 Aug. 30. 



Scarlet — Facings Yellow. — Agents, Messrs. Cox & Co. 
[Returned from France, January, 1816.] 

1 SirOeorge Adams served in Ireland during the insurrection i.n 1803. Also under Lord Lake in tho East 
Indies, where he was actively employed for several years. 

2 Lieut. Hunt served with the 9th Lancers in the last Punjaub campaign, and was present at tlie battles 
of ChiUianwallah and Goojerat (Medal and Clasjis). 



Head Quarter* 



•? pii-rlbu?.'*] <"/Zt ( The Queen's Own) Riujt. nf Lt. Dragoons (Hussars), 133 



" rEMXSULA"— •• W.VTi: RLOO. 



Ilulf 



Cohm-l. 
'» |P .S'lV William Tiivll,' KCII. Cor. 2-2 Oct. 09; Lieut. 18 Julv, 01; Capl. 1 
April, 04 ; .Un/or, HO \ov., OH ; Lient.-Col. 13 June, 11 ; Col. '27 May, "25 ; 
Major Gtii. 10 Jan., 37 ; Lt.-Gcn. !) Xov. -IT.; Col. 7th Hussars, 10 Mar. 40 

Lieut. -Colonel. 
Charles Ilapart, Cornet, i' 15 June 3-2; Lieut, i' 1-2 Aug. 34; C<ipt. i'-21 Oct, 
37 ; Major, I'lO Dec. 47; Lt.-Col. P31 Oct. CI. 

Major. 

James M'Caul Ilasrart, Cornet, p '20 Jlay 37 ; Lieut, p ir> May 45; Capt. p 11 
Sept. 4G; ^V«Jo;-, p 31 Oct. 51. 



I 



C.VPTAIXS. 

Wni. HusscU, Bfirt. 



P 2 July 41 
IIin..Vrtr(7.(|/'AVorccster,« jP17 Aug. 41 

William Babington [p 1 1 Nov. 45 

Lvdston Newman p 2 Feb. 44 

.s■;>Wm.R.Cha.Cookc,B^ p 13 Nov. 45 
William Dascon Bushe . . p 27 Feb. 4(i 



LIEUT. 



I LlEUTEXAXTS. 

Thomas Pcd.lcr' PlGApril41 

Joseph Trcnorry, .(4 <//. .. 2 July 4 

Charles Craufurd Fraser . p 3 Dec. 47 

David Philip Brown, H.M. P 9 Feb. 4l)j 

James Aytoim ,p 22 Oct. 47 

f/on.J.DeV.T.W.Fiemies 'p22 Nov. 50 

iVVm. Francis W. GarfortJi p 22 Dec. 4G 



P27 Feb. 40 
P 7 July 43 
P n Oct. 40 
Pl'J June 40 
P 15 Jan. 47 
P17 Apr. 47 



2 July 45 
13 June 50 
P14 June 50 
PIG Sept. 51 
P31 Oct. 51 
P 8 Juno 52 
p 20 Dec. 51 



PIG Apr. 47 
P 13 Aug. 47 
P 14 June 50 
P 19 July 50 
PlBSept.51 
8 June 52 



BREVET- 
MAJOn. 



Cornets. | 

2 Frederick Coatcs p 17 Jan. 51 

John Tindal de Veullo . . !p 19 Aug. 51 

j .Musi^ravc Dyne Briscoe |P 10 .'Jept. 51 
riiarks Wilfiam Paulet p21Nov. 51 

Robert Hale jp 11 June 52 

Willian> Henry Seymour |p 9 July 52 

Patjiiiaster.—EilvfaTd George Cubitt, IG Feb. 44 ; Ens. p 9 Dec. 31 ; Lieut. 
28 April, 37. 

.Adjutant. — Lieut. Joseph Trcncrry, 3 Sept. 47. 

Quarter-Master.— ^& John Evans Parry,* 12 Oct. 41. 

Surgeon. — Archibald Alexander, 3 Oct. 4."»: Assijit.-Surff. 20 Feb. 35. 
.\isittant-Surgeon. — Robert Wilson, M.D., 25 Aug. 48. 
Veteriiutry Surgeon. — James Geoi-gc Philips, 28 Aug. 38. 
Blue. — Agents, Messrs. Cox k Co. 
[Returned from Canada Dec. 1842.] 
1 Sir Wm. Tujll i«rTC<l duriim pnrt of tlic rniiipulent of 1703, M, and OS, in the Nethcrlandi ; at tli« 
Htldpr, In ITOO; and In Tortugal, Spain, and Ualclicri-n, In IttU.H and 0, at Aide-de-camp to the prefent 
Marr|iii< of Anjlctojr. Sir Willlum liat rcrriTiM the War )Ii-<tnl with one clatp for Saliaeun and Ueiivrculo. 

3 1. • III. r. .Ml r icrvrd with the &8tli in New Zealand, nnd wa< prcu-nt at the uttark nnd repulw of Ih* 
turmy <■<> the settletnont and itocknde* of W.ingiinui lOlli i\nj 1817, and in the action of the lOlh JulT 



'i»rter-Mr»ter Tarry sorrrd the cnmraipn of 1815 wlHi the 7th Hu!«ar»; 
of Waterloo, and was lilghtly woundi'd in tha hnnil. 



and was present at tho 
t 



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134]8^;i {The Kirig's Boyd Irish) Regt. of Lt. Dragoons. [ ^^tt^^l^.^' 

{Hussars.) 

Harp and Crown. " Pristinoe virtutis memo'i-es.'" — " LESWARREE" 

"HINDOOSTAN." 

Colonel. 

^ Sir John Brown,> KCH. Cornet, 27 May, 95; Lieut. 17 May, 96; Capi 

1 June, 97 ; Major, 16 Feb. 09 ; Limt.-Col. 14 March, 11 ; Col. 19 July 21 

ilffyo?--Ge?i.22 July,30; iieM^.-G'en.23Nov.41 ; CoZ.Bth Hussars, 4 April, 43 



Caj)i 



Lieid.-Colonel. 
Cornet, p 28 Aug. 27 ; Lieut. 6 Sept. 31 
44 ; Lieut. -Col. vlQ Feb. 47. 
Major. 

Rodolph de Sails, Cornet, "^11 Dec. 30 ; Lieut. i'28 June, 33 ; Ccqit. p 13 Julj 
38; Mryor, P19Feb. 47. 



Frederick George Shewell, 
P28 Apr. 37 ; Major, v2^ A\ 



Captains. 
Charles Joseph Longmore 
Arth. Jas. Lord Killeen 
Henry Francis Cust,'^ 5. . . 

Edward Walter 

Edward Tomkinson .... 

George Lockwood 

Lieutenants. 

Joseph Reilly, R.M 

Edward Seager, adj 

Charles John Bourchier.. 
James Sadler Naylor .... 

George Chetwode 

Fra. Edmund Macnagliten 
Daniel Hugh Clutterbuck 
Hon. S. J. G. Calthorpe 
J.C. H. Visct. FitzGibbon 
Cornets. 

Edward Phillips 

Clement Walker Heneage 

Robert Poore 

Riversdale Richard Glvn 



P 30 May 34 
P17 Sept. 39 
P 30 Mar. 38 
P 4 Feb. 43 
P 12 May 43 
P 11 July 37 

P 26 Apr. 33 
P17 Sept. 41 
P 22 Apr. 42 
17 July 40 
P 8 May 40 
P27 Oct. 46 
P 22 Dee. 46 
P 23 Mav 48 
P15 Mar. 50 



LIEUT. I CAPTAIN. 



17 Aug. 38!p23 Aug. 44 
' 5 Mar. 41 ^p 23 Jan. 46 
'31 Dec. 39 jP 19 Feb. 47 

30 Mar. 44 pIO Dec. 47 



P 12 Apr. 
p 28 Aug. 



27 Mar. 34 
29 June 43 
P 29 Dec. 43 
P 22 July 45 
P 10 Mar. 43 
P 23 May 48 
P 22 Feb. 50 
P 23 May 51 
P 27 June 51 



P 27 June 51 
P 26 Dec. 51 



BREV.-MA. 






.oi ».c^l 






5S2-" : 



Pll July 51 
P19 Aug. 51 
5 Dec. 51 
P ] 6 Apr. 52 
Paymaster.— Renry Duberly, 12 Nov. 47 ; ^ws.p28 Sept. 39; Lt. 15 Apiil4i 
Adjutant. — Lieut. Edward Seager, 5 Oct. 41. 
Quarter-3faster. — James Landers, 29 Nov. 39. 

Surgeon. — George Northon Foaker, 15 Dec. 45 ; Asslst.-Surg. I May, 35. 
Assistant-Surgeon. — Henry Somers, M.D. 17 Oct. 45. 

Veterinary Surgeon. — Edward Simpson Grey, 24 April, 43. ; 

Blue. — Agents, Messrs. Cox & Co. i 

[Returtiedfrojn the JEast Indies, May, 1823.] j 

1 Sir John Brown served on the expedition to South America under General Wliitelock ; on that to P: 
tugal under the Duke of Wellington, including the battles of Roleia and Viihiera; and subsequently on 
John Moore's expedition to Spain, including the affairs with tlie French cavalry at Saliagun and Benevei- 
retreat to Corunna, and battle of Corunna. He was afterwards attached to the Portuguese army, and recei' : 
five wounds in action with the enemy on the 18tli Feb. 1811. He was also attached for five months t 
division of the Spanish army in Estramadura under General Mendizabel. Sir John has received tlie V 
Medal with three clasps, for Eoleia, Vimiera, and Corunna. 

2 Captain Cast was present at the battle of Maharajpore, and has received the Bronze Star. 

3 Lt.-Col. Grant served in China (Medal) as Biigade-Major to Loid Saltoun, and was present at the assault and cap ' 
of Chin Kiang Foo, and at the landing before Nankin. He served with the 9th Lancers at Soliriion (medal) in 1846 i «ni ■ 
commanded the regiment during the greater part of the campaign in the Punjaub in 184^-9, including the passage of .' 
Chenab at Kamnuggur, and battle of Chillianwallah : he was also present at the battle of Goojerat. 

6 Major Little, Capt. Humbley, Lts. Hawtrey, French, King, and Head, served in the campaign on the Sutlcj in 1840, 
were present at the battle of Sobraon (medal). Lieuts, Hawtrey, French, and King, served in the Punjaub campaigi 
1848-9, including the passage of the Chenab at Ramnuggur, and battles of Chillianwallah and Goojerat. 

8 Captain Steele served in the 98th with the expedition to the North of China in 1842 (Medal), and was present at 
attack and capture of Chin Kiang Foo, and at the landing before Nankin. 

7 Major Pratt served with the 16th Lancers in the campaign in Aflghanistan, under Lord Keane in 1S39 and 40, and 
present at the assault and capture of Ghuznee (medal). Volunteered with the squadron deUched under Brigadier Cur : 
in advance of the army, to seize the enemy's guns, and secure possession of the citadel of Cabul in August 1839, which ' 
accomplished. Appointed Major of Brigade with the army of reserve in 1842 and 43. Served as Asst.-Adjt.-Gen. to 
Cavalry Division with the army of Gwalior under Lord Gough in 1843-44, and was presentat the battle of Maharaj ' 
(modal) ; and again in the same capacity in the Punjaub campaign of 1848 9 ; was present at the cavalry .iction at It : 
nuggur 22nd Nov., the passage of the Chenab with the force under Sir Joseph Thackwell at Wuzzetaba'd 1st Dec. If 
and at the subsequent battles of Chillianwallah and Goojerat, 

14 Capt. Anson, Lieuts. Campbell and Hamilton, served with the 9th Lancers in the battle of Punniar (medal) ; ! 
campaign on the Sutlej in 1846, including the battle of Sobraon (medal) ; and in the Punjaub campaign of 1848-9, inc 1 
ing the passage of the Chenab at Ramnuggur, and battles of Chillianwallah and Goojerat. 

15 Lt. Francis served with the 16th Lancers at the .letions of Buddiwal and Aliwal, and as aide-de-camp to Sir Jo ; 
Thackwell at Sobraon (medal and one clasp). He served also the Punjaub campaign of 1848 9, including the passage ol ' 
Chenab at Ramnuggur, and battles of Chillianwallah and Goojerat. 

23 Dr. Jephson served with the 61st the Punjaub campaign of 1848-9, and was present at the passage of the Chenab, } 
at the battles of Sadoolapore, Chillianwallah, and Goojerat (Medal and Clasps). He served also in medical charge of 'I 
of the 60th and filst regts. in the Eusofzye country under Lieut.-Col. Bradshaw. 

24 Cornet Mills served with the 9th Lancers in the Sutlej campaign of 1845-6, and was present in the battle of Sob ' 
(Medal). Also the Punjaub campaign of 1848-9, including the Passage of the Chenab, and battles of Chillianwallah « 
Goojerat ( Medal and clasps) . 

25 Capt. Coles served with the 4th Light Dragoons in the campaign under Lord Keane in ScinUe end AiTghanifti 'I 



1838-!>, and was : 



: the takii 



iLW.MM J Oth ( Tlw Queen's Royal) Regt.ofLt.Dr^. {Lancers.) ll^::^2l 
/sTTTj «' riiMXSULA."— "PrXXIAU."— "SOBILVOX." 

)8 Colontl. 

KuiilhTTf m JS^ James Wallace Sleigh,' C13. Comet, Feb. 9.3; X/cm^. 29 Apr. 9o ; 

CVi/>f. U5 Oct. m ; Mqj. 14 June, Uo ; Lt.-Col. 14 Dec. O'J ; Co/. 12 Aug. 19; 

Major-Geu. '22 July, UO; Lt.-Gen. '23 Nov. 41 ; Co/. Oth Lancers, '24 Aug. 39. 

Z/.-CWoftf/*.— John Scott,' CM. Cornet, i'4 Miiy, 10; I,i4?Nf. i"2(i Oct. 15 ; Capt. 

I' -28 Junc,'21 ; ilAyor, I'U i\ov. '2(i; Lient.-Cul. 31 Au};. 30; Co/. 19 June, 4U. 



34 



'27 



JamcR Hope Gnint,' CU. Comet, viiQ Aug. 26; Lieut. i"2U Feb. '28; Capt. p '29 
May 35 ; M<{jor, '22 Apr. 4« ; Brev.-Lt.-Col. 7 June 49; Lt.-Col. '29 Apr. 50, 

.V^orj.— A rchibiil.l Little," Comet, ''4 Oct. 31; Lieut. i'31 Aug. 32; Capt. 
y '24 Feb. 37 ; Mqjor, 5 April 50. 

William Warner Allen, Comet, i"29 Nov. 39; Lieut. i>30 April 41; Capt. 
i"2 Aug. 44 ; Major •"21 Feb. 61. 



CaI'TAIXS. 

John Rose Holtlen Hose* 
Hon. Charles Powys* . . 
Ertwanl James I'ratt' . . 
Robert AbercrombvYule'^" 
William Drysdalc" .... 
Oct.HenrvSt.Geo.Anson'* 
Wm.Well.W. Ilumbley* 

Aug. Fred. Steele' 

Josias RogersJohn Coles** 

Lieutenants. 
WmRNewportCampbell'* 
Fred. Courtney Trower> 
Thomas John Vrancis '^. . 
Alexander Hawtrey" .... 
Wm. Hamilton,'* atlj. . . 
Fra-JohaMTarlane'" .. 
Lucius John French*. . . . 
Robert William King'' . . 

John Head* 

John Henry King" .... 
Henrj' Andrew Sai-el** .. 

Fi-e<lcrick Ellis'* 

A. Eastfiel.l Wilkinson »^ 

Henr>' Scott 

Richard Shaw, R. M 

W.WudderburnArbuthnot 
Archilnild Soini)le Young 
John Cicorge M'illis .... 
Henry Holden Steward.. 
Cornets. 

Robert Charles Kidd 

RolK-rt Milb" 

Charles David Rich .... 
Fra. Richard (has. Cirant 
Wm. Cracnffl Gordon . . 
Charles John Heaton HlliB 
Alfred Stowell Jones .... 
Henry Lavington l'a\T)e 



CORNET. 



LIECt. CAPTAIN. BUEV.-.MAJ. 



7 June -19 
7 June 49 



!■ 19 July 31 1 P 11 Jan. 33 i' 29 April 4-2 

i"28 Feb. 34 jP 1 July 30 p 13 July 47 
14 Feb. 28 1 P '20 Jan. 32 20 Sept. 44 

P 3 July 35 P2UMay 37 p 2 July 47 

P29 Dec. 35 1 P 31 Aug. 38 P 29 Oct. 47 
27 Nov. 351 8 Dec. 38 p19 Oct. 49 
27 Mar. 35* 15 Dec. 38 29 April 50, 

P 18 Nov. 41 17 Mar. 43 P24 May 50 ' 

P 2 Sept. 30 P22 Mar. 39 p 19 Mar. 47 ' 

■ 2 Colonel Scolt was present with 
P 10 June 36' 15 July 41"'' Ff^nch «nny under Marshal 
T"\i^ Tiino "17 i ir» Mn'v 4"' °"*"^ "' ""• '*<•«« o( Antwerp, 
IJUJUUeJ/; '-^ -yV 7- in Dec. I83S i and, by permislion of 
P14 June 39 P 1 July 42 the Marshal, he nceompanifd Ul» 

P 24 Ajiril 4*2' P 31 May 44|'r'"'P' °p°" '""^n- <><-ci»ion iurinj 

29 April 4'. 
P GJan. 43 



P 13 Dec. 42 
P 23 June 43 
P 15 Dec. 40 
P 23 Jan. 46 



—J UL'I. i.) pointed 10 the eommand or tile ca- 
P '24 Oct. 45 valry of the fiotnbay division of thi 
28 Apr. 461*""''.'''^ ""^ '"''"'• *' Brljad 

17 Mar. 47 
19 Nov 

P31 Dec. 47 V"*" '"* "P""e of Cihu 



ved in that i 



L during the cam- 



I paiirns of 1838 and 39, in Scindc and 
42 ' AfTghanistan, and was present at tha 



nioTi .-;r>irr» av, > ^"""^ ""^ '"'lef P"t of 1839, he 

P 13 July 4/ I P 15 Dec. 48 eommamlrd a detached column. 



P 1 3 Aug. 47 I P 2 Oct. 49 ronsistlnj of the whole of the artil- 

Pll Feb. 48 P 18 Jan. 50 ^T^eTJtui'lorof'J^rtrVrl.l- 

P 12 May 48 P22 Feb, 50 column w.sdotined to secure the 

3 Apr. 46 5 Apr. 50 '"''Jor'tlon of upper Sclnde, and to 

m - T-> „ 40 D17 !,,„/» K^ fo-operate with the main c«luinn 

PlO Dec. 48 P17 June 51 „„d.-r sir rho. Wlllshlre. dfrected 

P 23 Nov. 49 P27 Feb. 52 against Khclat. In the action at 

P 15 Mai-. 50 ' P 27 Feb. 52 ; ^;l''Z'''- " " ' -'"" ";'^- ":'3' 

p 12 Apr. 50 !'■ 11 June 52 as Ii ' ,','"" 

i Capt. Rose eommMi , . ■., i 

P 12 July 50 '-'«'" ""«'»'»»'"" 1 

„ n . ,,. iwas aUo at Ihf r ,^ 



■ Sci>. 2G. 



8 Oct. 50 

P 17 June 51 of Punnlar.n. v ," 

!■ 10 Fept. 51 ™ ^;i;;;,^„ ',;,,. ., „ ,„ „ . ,„,„^ ^ .,_ , ,^_ ,;;- 

P 1.3 Feb. o2 |tht I'unjaub, Ineladlni the putime of°ihe Chehah at 
P 10 Apr. 52 |Ramnu((ur, and balUti of ChilHanitallah and Uoo. 

P 9Jiily.'ie '""• 
'• 9 July 52 1 
I'ai/mastcr.— l'hij. llansou Uatcliff,3Sept. 4/ ; JT/i*. 3 Apr. 40 ; Lt. i'lG Au". 4-2 
.^r(/«Mn^—Lj^•M/. William Hamilton,'* '29 April, 42. * "" 

Qvarter- Master. — I'eter House, 12 Nov. 52. 

.Vwri/ron.— Rob.JoyntCiordonUrant,"2Jul.4I;.4.-5.14Feb.28;i7'.-.-l. 
As*i*tant-SurycoHS. — William Holmes Jephson," M.D. 12 July 44, 

Edward Bailey Tiison, 20 .\ug. 44. 

Veterinary Surgeon. — Richard John (iedaliah HurfortI,"' 17 July, 35. 

Hlue — Facingt Scarlet. — Agent, George Sa»nuel Coliyer, Esq. 

1 General SKiRh ferrrd In KJuncL-r* in ITOi; In the actloni in Nortli Hollnnd nnd tho Holdor, lOtli anil 

lOlh S«|>t., and ^d and Oth Ucl. I7UI>. In the IVnintulu in \Hl\ and 12. Omiinundtd the lltli DniKooDi at 

Wat.rl. ... i.wjrU U,. r'.r.^, ,f «i,ul, il„ , oinii :.i. 1 ■! \\i- 4tti I)ri|{Bde dev.ilvcl on him. In IslU ho oc- 

f"i'l-i' >>r)'diviiiun at the aiei^c uf lihurtroroin IB-^MCO. 

J|.- 1m- :,ni. 

* 1 ' ■ TTcd flro years iind three monlht in tUe Utyttl 

N»»r. eMorcaCa»lle, In tilt- Gulf of Lepanto, in HC.W. 

In thu Punjaub, Inrliidmg the (lOiiage of tho 
• ijoral. 

-. nnd IJeiil Trowcr with the lOlh Lancen, 

„,„i ,...r., . -....„t at the liep; and ctipture of 

M ilie action at Pnnniar, 89th 

- n of 1!M«.U, inciutliog the p<u- 



Chetiab M llaninuKKur. 
CapUin Drj»<laie , 
durinc the rBni|.iiii:n 



.■f tl.e ( I.. 
iFgt .N 



C8 



20 



"ifSVetT loth {The Prince of TFaleis Own) Royal Reg. o/KsMayTo. 
Lt. Drs. {Hussars.) 
"PENINSULA." — "WATERLOO." 

Colonel. 

Ho7i. Henry Beauchamp Lygon,' Cornet, 9 July, 1803 ; Lieut. 24 May, 04 ; 

C«;j!f. 15 Jan. 07 ; il/ryo?-, 14 May,12; iif.-CoZ. 18 June, 15; CoZ. 24 Mar. 22; 

Major-Gen. 10 Jan. 37 ; Lt.-Gen. 9 Nov. 46 ; Col. 10th Hussars, 23 June, 43. 
Lieut.-Colonels. 
William Parlby, Cornet, p 3 Oct. 16 ; Lieut, p 6 May, 24 ; Capt. P 19 Sept. 20 ; 

Brevet-Major, 23 Nov. 41 ; Major, v-2Q Sept. 45; Lt.-Col. p30 Jan. 46. 
Fred. Charles Griffiths. Cornet, p17 June, 24; Lt. 16 Feb. 26; Capt. p5 April, 

31 ; Major, p28 Oct. 37 ; Lieut.-Col. 3 May, 39; Col. 11 Nov. 51. 
John Tritton,- Cornet, 14 Jan. 13; Lt. 14 Aug. 15 ; Capt. 7 Oct- 36; Major, 

3 Apr. 40; Lieut.-Col. p27 Feb. 52. 
Majors.— John Wilkie, Cornet, p 1 1 May, 38 ; Lieut, p 29 May, 40 ; Capt. p 17 

May, 44 ; Major, P27 Feb. 62. 
Broadley Harrison, Cornet, p 11 Oct. 39; Lieut, p 7 Sept. 41 ; Capt. p 7 June 

44 ; Major p 5 Nov. 52. 



Captains. 
Lord Geo. A. Beauclerk 

Methuen Stedman 

William Murray 

Charles Freville Surtees . 
Hon.Y. C. G. FitzClarence 
Robert Charles Holmes . . 

Charles Bowles^ 

Richard Playne Smith . . 
John Wycliffe Thompson 

Lieutenants. 
Thomas Sargent Little . . 
Charles Potts Rosser .... 
Theodore Wlrgman, R.M. 
Arthur John Loftus .... 
John Walrond Clarke . . 
John Percy Smith,® adj. 
Butler Mildmay Giveen 
Benjamin Aylett Branfill 

John Drummond'' 

Randall Wilmer Hatfield 
Theodore Williams .... 

Robert Clements 

Edward Stacey 

Henry Alexander 

John Rawlinson Cuthbert 
Thomas Manners Townley 
Arthur Herbert Cass . 
Herbert James Fairlie 

Guy Webster 

Cornets. 
Edw. M. Roper Stapylton 
H. W. Macalister Hathway 
M. James Bradley Dyne 
Arthur Edward Benson . 
Dundas Reinhardt Gill. 
James M. Burn Murdoch 
James Alston Clark 
Hon. M. FitzMaur. Deane 
Paymaster. 
Adjutant 



P28 Aug. 38 
? 1 June 38 
P 9 Mar. 38 
p 28 Jan. 42 
22 April 42 
P20 Nov. 40 
P16 Aug. 39 
P26 Oct. 41 
p 22 Nov. 44 

9 Dec. 37 
P 8 Jan. 41 
P29 Nov. 44 
P15 Dec. 40 
P 20 Mar. 46 
P 8 July 36 

4 Apr. 46 

5 Apr. 46 

6 Apr. 46 
P16 Apr. 47 
p 8 Apr. 46 

3 Apr. 46 
P 1 Dec. 46 
P 3 Sept. 47 
P 10 Dec. 47 
P21 Aug. 49 
P13 Dec. 50 
P 20 April 49 
P17 June 51 



LIEUT. 



CAPTAIN. 



P5 Feb. 41 
P21 Feb. 40 
P29 May 40 
P 7 Feb. 45 
P23 May 45 
P 12 Apr. 44 
p 1 Nov. 42 
p 3 Apr. 46 
p 3 Apr. 46 

19 Oct. 39 

3 Apr. 46 

3 Apr. 40 

3 May 44 

P 1 Dec. 40 

21 Aug. 39 

Pll June 47 

PIO Dec. 47 

P15 Dec. 48 

P 4 May 49 

P25 Jan. 50 

29 Jan. 50 

P12 Apr. 50 

P 6 Dec. 50 

p 6 June 61 

P 8 Aug. 51 

P 5 Nov. 52 

P 9 May 61 

PlO Dec. 52 



P 6 Dec. 44 
P 4 Apr. 45 
P 6 Nov. 40 
p 10 Dec. 47 
P 12 Apr. 50 
P June 51 
P17 Apr. 47 
P27 Feb. 62 
P 5 Nov. 62 



brevet- 

MAJOR. 



6 Lieut. John Percy Smith served 
the campaign in Aff^^hanistan under 
Lord Keane. with the Kith Lancers, 






the 



capture of Ghuznec (Medal). 

7 Lieut. Drummond served as a 
volunteer the Gwalior campaign in 
1843-4, and was present in the action 
of Maharajpore (Medal). 



9 Mr. Ross served in the 16th Lancers the campaign 
in AfTghanistan under Lord Keane, and was present at 
the capture of Ghuznee, for which he has received a 

10 Doctor Macheth served with the 10th Foot in the 
Sutlej campaign of 1845-6, including the battle of So- 
braon (Medal). He was also present during the early 
part of the siege operations before Mooltan in 1848. 



P12 Dec. 50 
P 17 Oct. 51 
P 12 Dec. 51 
P12 Mar. 62 
p 9 July 52 
P14 Mar. 51 
p 23 Nov. 52 
P17 Dec 
Richard John Elrington, 2 Feb. 44 ; Mis. P24 March, 38; Lieut 
ite2<^ John Percy Smith,® 29 Jan. 50. [p 29 May, 39. 

Quarter-Master. — John Fenn, 19 May, 40. 
Surgeon. — Murdoch John Maclainc Ross,® 8 Feb. 42 ; Assist.-Surg. 15 Feb. 27 ; 

Hosp.-Assist. 28 Feb. 26. 
Assistant- Sui'geons. — Thomas Eraser, M.D., 16 Dec. 45. 

James Macbeth,'" M.D., 3 Dec. 41. 
Veterinary Surgeon— 1\\oma.a Siddell,3Feb.47. | Blue.— ^i/en^, Mess. Cox &; Co. 

Licut.-Oen. the Honourable Henry B. Lygon, served in the Peninsula with the 16th Dragoons, from March 1809 to Sept. 
1810, and again from Feb. 1814 to the end of that war, including the capture of Oporto, battle of Talavera, and passage of the 
Coa. Severely wounded in the neck, 28th Aug. 1810, in Massena's advance to the battle of Busaco, He has received the 
War Medal with one clasp for Talavera. 

2 Lt. Col. Tritton served with the late 24th Dragoons at the siege and capture of Hattras, and the Mahratta campaigns of 
IR17 and 18 ; with the 11th Lt. Drs. at the siege and capture of Bhurtpore in 1825-6 ; and with the 3rd Lt. Drs. the campaign 
of 1842 in AITghanisUn. He served as D. A. Adj. General of the cavalry of the army of the SuUej in 1845-6, and was rresent 
at the battles of Moodkee, Ferozeshah, and Sobraon. 

3 Captain Bowles served throughout the campaign of 1842 in Aflghanistan (medal) in the Srd Light 
Drageons. He served also in the campaign on the Sutlej, including the battle of Sobraon (Medal). 



llMd Quar(or< 
bill). 

The Upltinx 



Dublin!"] llt/i {or Prince Albert's Owii) Regiment of Hussars. 137 

itii tlic words, " EGYPT"— "SALAMANCA"— " PENINSULA"— 
" WATERLOO"—" BIIUHTPGRE." 



Vears'SerT 



Full Hiiir 
Puy. Pu). 

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Colonel. 
9 5111 llcnrv Wyiidliam,' En.i. -11 March 06; Capt. 8 Juqo 09; Major, Aug. 
13; Lieut.-Col. 20 Jau. 14; Col. -27 May -23; Major-Gen. 10 Jau. 37; 
Lieut. -Gen. 9 Nov. 40; Col. llUi Hussars, 19 Nov. 47. 

Lient.-Colonel. 

James Thomas, £rtr/ q/" Cardigan, Cornet, I'GMay, 24; Lieut, p 13 Jan, 25; 

Cupt. I' 9 Juue, 20 ; Major, i'3 Aug. 30; Lieut.-Col. 3 Dec. 30; Col.M Nov. 46. 

Major. 

Jolin Douglas, Cornet, p18 June 29; Lieut, i' 25 Oct. 33; Capt. i' 11 May 39 ; 

Brevet-Major, 11 Nov. 51 ; Major, P24 Dec. 52. 



Captains. 



COKNET. 



LIEUT. 



l/,|Edinmid Peel p 18 Mar. 36 i' 17 July 40 

; William Foster j p 5 Dec. 43 p 20 Sept. 45 

Thomas Yorke Dallas ..|!'29 Dec. 43 p21 Apr. 46 
jWm. G.Baker Cresswell ]p 5 April 44 p 10 July 40 
I Frederick Henry Sykes. . jP 23 July 44 |P 3 Nov. 46 
'Arthur Brisco p 10 July 46, p 13 July 47 



22 Jau. 47 1 27 Jau. 48 
.W Mar. 47 P 28 Jan. 48 
24 Sept. 47 P 10 Nov. 48 
10 Nov. 48 P 14 Juue 50 
19 Oct. 49 P30 May 51 

23 Nov. 49 P 25 July 51 



CAPTAIN. 



P 3 Nov. 46 
P 1 Aug. 48 
P 14 Juue 50 
P 25 July 51 
P 25 June 52 
P 24 Dec. 52 



BREVET- 
MAJOR. 



LlECTENANTS. 

I William Eunis.^" ^ J;. .. 
'Edwin .\dolphu8 Cook ...P 
.Walter Stephens BrinkleyP 

Janus Miller p 

John Inglis p 

Wm. Drury N. Lowe. . . . ' P 
{Arthur Wm. Saltmai-she j p 

I CORXET-S. 

R. R. H. Dungatc, R.M. p18 July 51 
;//oH.Kobt.Jolin Anuesley P16 Sept. 51 
H. .\stlcv Trcvelyaii .. .". PJ7 Oct. 51 

Alex. Roberts Dunn P 12 Mar. 52 

Coleraiiie Robt. Vansittart p 1 7 Aug. 52 \ 

Paymaster.— Joseph Holy,' 1 Dec. 48 ; Ens. K! Feb. 39; Lieut. 11 Nov. 45. 

Adjutant. — Lieut. William Ennia,^ 22 Jau. 47. 

iQiuirter-Mafter. — John Gilleland, 5 March, 47. 

\Sur(jiuii.— John Mure, M.D. 24 Dec. 47 ; Astist.-Sur,j. 4 Oct. 30. 

'Atsist-Surtjeon. — Henry John Wilkin, 13 Jan. 52. 

iVeterinari/ .Sur(jeun. — John William Gloag, 29 June, 32. 



Blue.— .l<7C/i/*, Messrs. Cox k Co.— Irish Agents, Sir E. R. Borough, Bt., Armit, & Co. 
[Returned from the E(ut Indies, June 1838.] 

I UeiiL.GrDcral Wyndliam terretl the Pi-nintulur campaient of 18U8, II, II, and 13, including the 
icUoDi of Rolria, Viinirni, Hrncrrntr, Albuliera, I'tuKre, Morali-* He Toro, Vittoria, and the Pyrenees. 
.-'rredaUo th. cmmji.il.ii of Isl.'i, and wa« tvvvrcljr wounded at Waterloo. Ho has received the War Medal 
with four .1. Vimiera, Albuliera, and Vittoiiu. 

•i 1.1,1. .lie mil HuMurt at ilic iieci' and rapture of Bhurtporc in 18!i5-0. 

3 pHt: :it II riipuiii in (lie Kt l^incer. of the lute AnKlo-Spanith Lt'Kiun, in 1835 and 36, 

and wii, ■„ -il.'oftJurvoru, th.' uruiigliold of iheCariuli; and aflerwurdi ut Mendrtcur, Aiua. 

and h< i.-Mi . f Arl ■). m in Aluva on tlie lUlii, ITth, and i8ih Jan. 183«>; al»u ut tlie |>a»HiKe of the Unimea 
on thetolh May, and commanded the »quadron which toolt Pauagei on lliiit day. Aijain on the right of 
the Unet when AUa wai attacked; together with constant »L,irroi>he« in front of Vittoria. 



138 \2th ( The Pi'ince of Wales's) Royal Regt. of Lancers. [G!°H;/e,'juf/'85/. 
The Sphinx, with the words, " EGYPT"—" PENINSULA"— "WATERLOO." 



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Colonel. 
1$ 5'ir Henry John Cumminor,! KCH. Cornet, 12 May, 1790; Lieut. 9 Feb. 
93 ; Capt. 21 Feb. 94 ; Major, 25 Oct. 98 ; Lieut-Col. 17 Feb. 1803 ; Col. 1 
Jan. 12; Major-Gen. 4 June, 14; Lieut. -Gen. 22 July, 30; Gen. 9 Nov. 46 ; 
Col. 12th Lancers, 20 Jan. 37. 

Lieut.-Colonel. 
Edward Pole, Cornet, v 7 July, 25 ; Lieut, p 19 Sept. 26; Cajit. p 18 Nov. 31 ; 
Major, P 30 July, 44 ; Lieut. -Col. P 30 March, 47 . 

Major. 
William Heathoote Tottenham, Cornet, p13 Dec. 33; Lieut. P23 Oct. 35; 
Capt. P 7 July 43 ; Major, v 22 Feb. 50. 



Captaixs. 



David Arthur Monro , p 28 Dec. 38 

Thomas Geo. Alex. Oakes,? 16 Jan. 46 

John Wilson Fox j P 1 May 46 

Edw. Burgoyne Cureton^ j 21 June 39 
Jn.De MontmorencyPrior! 31 Dec. 41 
George F. Whittingstall JP 12 Jan. 49 

George Home P 19 June 36 

Lieutenants. ] 
ArthurW. Williams, R.M. P 5 Nov. 47 

Charles Marr, adj p 25 May 48 

Geo. Cha. Selwyn DurantjP 9 Feb. 49 
Chandos Fred. Clifton-' ..;P31 May 44 
George Thomas Gough ^ | 4 Apr. 46 
John Kincaid Lennox . . ? 19 Oct. 49 
Charles Francis Fuller , , i 2 Oct. 46 
Robert HerbertHeathJaryjP 23 Nov. 49 



CAPTAIN. 



1 June 41 P 1 May 46 
3 Sept. 47 P 22 Feb. 50 
Nov. 47 P 12 July 50 



John Edward Swindley. 

Cornets. 
Ralph Slielton Bond . . 

Valentine Baker 

Edward Brown 

Alexander Fletcher . . 



15 Jan. 47 

I 

.Pll July 51 
. ' P 1 Aug. 48 
, ; 24 Aug. 52 
. P 21 Sept. 52 



19 Dec. 43 

30 Apr. 46 

9 26 Oct. 49 

P 28 Aug. 38 

P 2 Oct. 49 

25 Oct. 49 

P 9 Nov. 49 

P 29 Oct. 47 

P 9 June 48 

P27 Dec. 50 

10 Nov. 50 

P25 Apr. 51 

22 Dec. 50 



P31 Jan. 51 
8 July 51 

P29 Oct. 62 
25 June 52 



Ens. p28 Aug. 38; Lieut. 



Paymaster. — Blayney Townly Walshe, 3 Oct, 

31 Dec. 39. 

Adjutant.— Lieut. Charles Marr, 26 May, 48. 
Quarter-Blaster.— Mic\\a.&\ Blake, 18 July 48. 
Surgeon. — George Anderson, 16 Dec. 45; A.-S. 12 June 35, 
Assistant- Stirgeon. — Christopher Francis Flood, M. D. 31 Jan. 51. 
Veterinary Surge07i. — William Thacker, 14 July 47. 

Blue — Facings Scarlet. — Ageiit, George Samuel Collyer, Esq. 



1 Sir Hen. John Cunaming served with the 11th Dragoons in Flanders, and was present in every action that 
occurred, including tlie sieges of Valenciennes and Dunkirk ; and battles of Famars andCateau : also the winter 
campaign of 1794 in Holland, and that to the Helder in 1799. Served also two years in the Peninsula, in 
command of the 11th Light Dragoons, including the action of El Bodon, (wounded by a sabre cut in the arm,) 
and battle of Salamanca, for which latter he has received the gold medal. 

a Capt. Cureton served with tlie 16th Lancers in the action at Maharajpore 29th Dec. 1848 (Medal); and 
with the 3rd Light Dragoons during the campaign of 1845-6 on the Sutlej ; including the battles of 
Moodkee (severely wounded) and Sobrann, for whicli he has received a Medal and one Clasp. 

4 Lieut. Clifton served with the 9th Lancers in the campaign on the Sutlej in 1846, and was present at 
the battle of Sobraon (Medal). 

5 Lieut. Gougli served the Punjaub campaign of 1848-9, and was present in the actions of Ramnuggur, 
Sadoolapore, Chillian wallah, and Ooojerat (Medal and two Clasps). 

7 Paymaster Walshe served with the 9th throughout the campaign of 1842 in Affghanistan (Medal) 
undi'r Sir George Pollock, including the storming the Khyber Pass, taking the Fort of Mamoo Khail, 
storming the heights of Jugdulluck, action in the ^'ezeen Valley, clearing the heiglits of Hufl Kotul, and 
storming tlic Town of Istalifl'. 



Head QuArttrtl 
at Huuiulow. J 



13^/i Regiment of Light Dragoons, 



139 



On the ch»coei aiiJ (»ppoinlment*, the Mollo, " Yiret In .Sh'rnum."—" PENINSULA"—" WATliUI.OO." 



Venn' SiTT 

50 



lull I Hull 
I'.ir. Pu) 



Culoiiel. 

9 l.iA Hon. Ktlwnnl Pyntliir Lygon,' CD. Sub- Lieut. 1 June, OH; Lieut. 7 

Nov. Oo ; Captain, 15 1\1>. OS ; Liiut.-Coluuvl, 27 .■Vpril, 15; Colonel. '27 

.\\m\,'2i', Major-Gcnerul, 10 Jan. a? j Z,<.-t?t«.0 Nov. 40; Colonel, VHh 

Liijht Dragoon!), '20 Jan. 45. 

Lieut. -Colonel. 

Charles Edmund Doherty, Cornet, p 24 Apr. 35; Lieut, i' G Jan. 37; Capt. p 4 

Sept. 40 ; Mf{Jor, f 23 June 48 ; Lieut. -Col. f 12 Oct. 52. 

Mqjor. 

William Richard Ormsby Gore, Cornet, i'29 Dec. 35; Lieut, i' 12 Apr. 39 • 

Capt. P 10 May 46 ; M({jor, p 12 Oct. 52. 



Captains. 

Henry Ilolden 

Jolin AinfUstin OUllium 
Thomas llowunl Goad .. 
Soame Gan)bier Jenyus 

Arthur Treiiiayne 

Luke White " 

Lieutenants. 

Thomas Irwin, a({j 

Edw. Jas. Stopford Blair 
//oij.J.W. 11. Hutchinson,* 

Percy Sliawe :?inith 

Peter Valentine Purccll 
Edward Lennox Jervis . . 
John William Clayton . . 



COKNETS. 

iJohn Davis, R.M. 















P22 Apr. 4-2 i- 30 Dec. 4.j 
1' 1 Apr. 42 23 June 43 
4 July 45 P 13 Aug. 47 
P30 Dec. 45 P24 Sept. 47 
Pll yept.4G P 29 Oct. 47 
P19 Mar. 47 p 8 Dec. 48 

24 Oct. 451 23 Sept. 47 
7April4(iP 5 Aug. 40 
P 8 Oct. 47|P 8 Oct. 50 
P 20 Oct. 47 P 20 Dec. 50 
P 4 May 49 P 4 Apr. 51 
Pll July 51 JP 18 June 52 
P 12 Apr. 50 P 13 Oct. 52 



I CAPTAIN. 1 


'' 10 Mar. 


47 


;■ 4 May 


40 


' 8 Oct. 


50 


'• 20 Dec. 


50 


'■ 4 Apr. 


51 


" 12 Oct. 


52 



P 29 Dec. 48 
P 22 Nov. 50 
P17 Jan. 51 
P 10 May 51 
P 23 Jan. 52 
P 19 Aug. 52 

Frith, 7 Sept. 41 ; Jius. i'31 Oct. .U ; Lieut. 



I Edwai-d Kaleigh King . . 

Hugh Montgomery .... 

John Meiklam 

(ieorge Maxwell Goad . . 

Fitzlloy Donald ^laclean 

Paymaster. — Edmund Bentlcy 
P3 Nov. 37. 

\At(jutant. — Lieut. Thomas Irwin, 24 Oct. 45. 
j Quarter-Master. — Thomas Anderson, 2 April, 47. 
\ Surgeon. — Joshua Paynter, 11 I'eb. 48; Assi:<t.-Surg. 11 Jan. 80. 
\Assl*t.-Surg. — George Thomas Woodman, M.D. 29 Nov. 44. 



-rj I v .Veterinary Surg. — John Legrew, July, 30. 

! Blue — Facings Buff. — Agents, Messrs. Cox & Co. 

' ' [lleturneil from the East Indies, May 1840.] 

I I^icut.-Gcncral the lionouraMe Kdwonl 1'. Iacdh served in iho Peninsula wiili ilie '.'nd Life au.ir<U, from 
Not. I8l!i to thu end of (hat war in lsl4, imludiiin' tiju buttle uf Viltoria, fur which he hiui received tho 
Wm kleOal with ooe cliup. tierved uUu tho ruiiiiiuign ot 1815, and wus present at the biitllo of Watorluo. 

[Continuotion of Note* to Hth Li^ht UrBKoonf.] 
10 Captain Oarratt, I.icuts. dpilllni;, Dudiicon, nnd (if)rdi>n served in thi^ Punjnub campaign of 1848-0, 
locludiii.; the bultle* of ChilliitawulUh aiitl (itxijerut, purauil uf the eueiny across Uie Jheluni, and uf thu 
AlTghanjover the Indul, through the Khyber Pai« (Medal and Claipj). 

II (',; t .m r\\ , Milire tervtd Willi the Ucpul ut Lahore during the PuiiJ.iub campaign of 1848-0, and Ims 
rei- . ■ ■ ": ■ ', 

I J m siTvi d with the 7th Dragoon Guards against the Insurgent Bocr» In South Africa in 

\n\ , ihe KatUr War of 1840-7. 

i » rt>d \n the Punjaub campaign of 184S-0: at the flrit sicgo of Uooltan, Includ n^ 
11. iu frunt of tlie advanced trenches, 12 Sept. 184s ; with the cliarKlni; 

ti, . .[ RainnURgur (Terjr seTereljr wounded), and ut tlio battler of Chilliuii- 

wi a the turreudrr of tha delttb army at Uawul Pindai), and pursuit uf 

th.- ', . ( i.i-).,;. 

1 , : . in 1840 (Modal). 

; !.• Punjnub rnnipnisn of 1848-0, Im- 

cl . 11, pa**aR<- of the Clienab, battles of 

r .1 II, iind uf the Atrglmns over the Indus 

th: 

I I rs in tho campaizii on tbo Sutlej iu le4fl, and was present at 

111' ..ih thu 14lh Li. Un. throughout thu Punjaub cuinpaigu of 

lai- ' .illlanwa i.ili, i:. I C'Mjtrat (Medal and Claips). 

17 \»..-t -sar,- .1, W .;.tU'jm ».r>. ! nuli li.e 14th I : it the Pujijaiil) canil-aign of 1848-0, 
inouJinit Uic t>atllei of Uaiaii'ii;Kur, Chiliiitntralluh, il und C\..t\i%j. 

18 AMut.-:i4iriteoa FoMon serred witli the Oard in i ' 6iillfJ, and was present at Buddi- 
wal and Aiiwsl (Ut'dali. He served Mith the 14th Lt I > ^ ; iliu Puiijuub caui|>aigii of l*<4a-ll, iu- 
cluding the tMttles of Kaninuggur, Chiliianwallah, and tJu ji^ral ^UciLtl and Ci■upk^ 

IU l. rnet Mnn itr%id in the Last Indies from U«c. 19:>1 lo>|ay 184', mcludiug liiS caropAign of 1842 iu 
Affghkjiistaii (medal;, and that of Uld-6 on lb« dutlej, comprising tho battle* of Mood^Cf, ^'eroittJiali, and 
Sobrtoa (madal and clasps). 



berv. 



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"^S^'l^'] 14#A ( The King\.) Rcgt of Light Dragoons. \^:^l^ , 

The "PRUSSIAN EAGLE"— "DOURO"—"TALA VERA "—" FUEIs'TES D'ON( '• 
— " SALAMANCA"—" VITTORIA"— " ORTHES"— "PENINSULA." 

Colonel. 
^ iEa Sir Edward Kerrison, Burt.^ KCB. & GCH. Cornet, 23 June, i: ; 

Lieut. 1 Feb. 98 j Ccqot. 18 Oct. 98; Major. 12 May, 1803; Lieut.- I 

4 April, 05; CoZ. 4 June, 13 : i)/ryor-Ge«. 12 Aug. 19; Lieut.-Gen. 10, i. 

37 ; Gen. 11 Nov. 51 ; Col.lAlh Light Dragoons, 18 June, 30. 
Lie?/f.-CoZo?ieZ5.— Henry Edward Doherty,- CB. Cornet, P31 Dec. 83; LI . 

P 15 July 36 ; Capt. p 17 May 39 ; Major, v 22 Oct. 47 ; Lt.-Col. 23 Nuv. . 
Charles Steuart,^ Cornet, 10 Dec. 25; Lieut. p5 Feb. 29; Capt. p.9 Nov. ; 

Major, P25 April, 48; Lt.-Col. 7 July, 50. 
Majors. — Wm. Clarke, Qr.-Master, 15 Sept. 37; Cornet,2i April 38; Xi . 

4 Jan. 41 ; Capt. p 25 Nov. 42 ; Major, 23 Nov. 48. 
John Hesketh Goddard,^ Cor. p 26 July, 39 ; Lt. p 15 Jan. 41 ; Cajyt. p16 J] , 

45 ; Major, 17 Sept. 50. 



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Captains. 

Vfilliam "\Vilmer° 

Arthur Scudamore' 

Wm. Augustus Gaussen^ 
Richard Herbert GalF . . 

Thomas Garratt '" 

James Chambre'^ 

John Augustus Todd' . , 
Pearson Scott Thompson' 
I Rich. Buckley Prettejohn 
Lieutenants. 
Robert Johnston Brown 
Richard P. Apthorp* ... 
William M'Mahon, 13?-.., 

Arthur Need"* , 

AVilliam English^ , 

Jolm Theodore Ling''. . . 
Taylor Lambard Mayne^ 

Thomas Barrett * 

Hy.Elmhirst Rcader,'*«(Z. 
Wm. Dundas Boyd* .... 
i/oH.Rich.W. Clietwynd'5 

William Spilling'" 

William D' Urban Blyth* 

John Dudgeon'" 

Thomas Edward Gordon'" 
Chai-les Edwyn Wyatt . . 
John HoUiday,* R. M. .. 
Frederick Vansittart .... 
Thomas Price Gratrex . . 
Cornets. | 

John Pitt Kennedy .... I 

James Leith 

Egerton Ford 



goknet. 



p 15 June 30 
P29 May 35 
P17 Aug. 38 
P 3 July 35 
9 Iilar. 38 
P 27 July 26 
P 28 Apr. 37 
P 5 Aug. 42 
P 23 Feb. 38 

P31 Dec. 41 
P 30 Apr. 41 
P 26 Nov. 42 
P13 Oct. 89 
P16 Llay 45 
P 4 Apr. 46 
P 6 Aug. 41 
Pll Dec. 46 

24 Nov. 43 
P23 Mar. 47 

23 April 47 
P 25 June 47 
P 22 Oct. 47 
P31 Mar. 48 P22 Feb. 50 
P27 Oct. 48 i 17 Sept. 50 
PIS July 48 'P 8 Mar. 50 

27 Nov. 48 1 15 Mar. 51 
P 1 Dec. 48 1 P 31 Oct. 61 
P 25 April 48,-" 9 May 51 



LIEUT. 



11 Apr. 33 

18 Feb. 38 

8 Apr. 42 

7 Dec. 38 

29 Dec. 40 

P 12 Feb. 29 

P 14 June 39 

P 7 J une 44 

P18 Oct. 39 

P 16 May 45 

5 Nov. 46 

P 6 Nov. 46 

P 17 June 42 

23 Apr. 47 

P 9 Apr. 47 

P 20 Dec. 42 

P21 Jan. 48 

9 Aug. 45 

23 Nov. 48 

27 Nov. 48 

14 Jan. 49 

22 Feb. 49 



captain. BKEV.-Ji 



11 NotI 



p 31 Dec. 39 

p 22 Oct. 47 

P 1 Oct. 47 

p 31 Mar. 48 

p 23 May 48 

23 Nov. 48 

27 Nov. 48 

P 3 Sept. 47 

17 Sept. 50 



2 Lt.-Col. Doherty sencd i 
the 14th Lt. Drs. throughout ! 
Punjauh campaign of 1848.9 ■ 
eluding the action of Kamnu( , 
passaj^e of the Chenab, hattl f 
ChilUanwallah and Goojerat, • 
suit of the enemy across the • 
lum, and of the Affghans ove •: 
Indus through the Khyber i 
(Medal and Clasps). At ) • 
nuggur he brought the chat ' 
squadrons, under Col. Havt 
who was killed, across the nv 
and out of the enemy's eiitrc ■ 
ments ; and at Goojerat he i 
manded a body of H. M.'s 
goons and Native Light Cava] 

5 Maj. Goddard sencd will ' 
14th Lt. Drs. throughout the ! 
jaub campaign of 184S-9, inclu 
theactionof Kamnuggur (will 
cha 



23 Mar. 49 



Scudamore and Todd served with the 



7 Zr \ 7 Capts. Scudamore and 'lodd servea witn ine 

4 May 49 Lt. Drs. throughout the campaign in Affghanisia 
Ti Af nv =ifl 1838 and 39, including the siege and capture of G 
in Mai. OUl .Medal). Thev served with the Hth Lt. 



Henry Topham Clements! P 17 May 501 Jhroughou^t the Puujaubcampaign of 1848-9, indu 

Claudius BuchananWhishI 19 Aug. 51 t.^^^T.^.^^S^^'^^^t^^^ 

Wm.HenryTravers Clarke P20 Aug. Ol enemy across the Jhelum, and of the AllVhansovci 

Standish Radley Jackson' p 12 Dec. 51 Indus through the Khyber Pass Oi'f";«'j^iCi»' 

r- „„ T> 19 1 ir. . _, I Capt. Scudamore was slightly wounded at Kamnuf 

George Ross '" 19 Aug. 51 l and dangerously at Goojerat. 

I I [ijejiif. P 29 March, 

Paymaster.— VCWWum Fetherstonhaugh, 15 June, 49; Ens. p8 April,' 
Adjutant. — Lieut. Henry Elmhirst Reader,''' 4 Nov. 50. 
Quarter-Master. — Thomas Bennett, 9 Aug. 50. 

Surgeon. — Archibald Stewart,"^ 12 Feb. 47 ; Assist.-Surg. 19 Feb. 36. 
Assistant-Surgeons. — Robert Bridgeman Wigstrom," 23 May, 45. 

Charles Hamilton Fasson,"^ 12 July, 44. , 

Veterinary Surgeon. — Wilham C. Lord, 26 Jan. 45. 

Blue — Facings Scarlet. — Agent, Messrs. Cox & Co. ji 

1 Sir Edward Kerrison served at the Helder in 1709; includins the battles of the 10th Sept., 2d and ( 
Oct. Campaign of 1808-0 in Spain, under Sir John Moore, including the battle of Cormina. ConiniaiH 
the 7th Hussars in the campaigns of 1813, 14, and l.""., and was present at the battles of Orthes and y> ai 
loo. Sir Edward was severely woundod(his arm having been broken in two places) in Spain, 25 1/ec. IW 
and slightly wounded at Waterloo, where he had also a horse shot under him. Sir Edward has received i 
Gold Medal for Orthes, and the Silver War Medal with two clasps for Sahagun and Benevente and Toulou 

.3 Lt.-Col. Steuart served with the Hth Lt. Drs. in the Punjaub campaign of 1848-9, including the butt 
of ChiUJanwallah (sabre wound) and Goojerat, pursuit of the enemy across the Jhelum, and of the Aflglu 



r the Indus through the Khyber Pass (Medal and Clasps). 
J* Lieut. Need served the Punjaub campaign of 1848-9 f 



Punjaub campaign of 1848-9 as Aide-de-Cainp to General Wnish, and \ 
present during tho whole of the siege operations against and capture of Mooltan ; after which he was 
the battle of Goojerat (Medal and Clasps). 

[For remainder of Kotcs, see preceding page 



^^Ki^JS:] \5th { The Ki>,r;\s) Rcrjt. of Lt. Drs. (Hussars). [uJ,:!:JXL.. 

— - " SAIIAGUN"— " VITTUHIA"— <' PENINSULA"—" WATEKJ.OO." 

oo 

Uif Cohnvl.—Jfi Thoinns Willinm Urotluiton,' Cll. Ens. 24 Jan. 1800- Limt Sc 

•uyJ Cnpt. '27 July, 01 ; MoJ. '2S Nov. 1 1 ; Lt.-Col. 19 .May 14 ; Col. '22 July 3*0 • 

~ r .^'0-Gen. 23 Nov. 41 ; Lt.-Gvn. 1 1 Nov. ol ; Cvl. loth Hussars, 18 May 49'. 

Lmit.-Colonvls.—V.coT'^c William Kiv, Cornet, \'o July, 31 ; Lieut 25 Aul' 

33 ; Capt. i' 10 Sept. 37 ; Major, i' 14 June, 42 ; Lie'ut.-Col. 9 Feb. 47 
Michael William Smith, Enn. 19 Nov. 30 ; Lieut. i-21 Feb. 34 • Cant i">3 Apr 

39; A/w>/-, 9 Feb. 47 ; iuM^-tW. i'8 Maieh, oO. 

1-!, .V^yor*.— Hen. Bond,' Cornet, \"2b May, 09 ; Lt. 1 I^Iarch, 11 ; Capt. I'G May 

n I^..""*,' ^';':'''-^"J' -^ J"»<^» =^t<; 'V'y- -'-l ^^'ov. 43; iim-. Lt.-Col. 11 Nov. 51. 

Charles Higginson Teush-Hccker, Cornet, p29 Aug. 20; Liextt. p3 Jan. 28- 

I Capt. 2 June, 39 ; M<{jor, v 8 March, 50. ' 



I Captains. 

2 Os\vaUl Sum. Blachford 

Richard Knox 

Francis M'oodley Home 

John Brett 

Thomas J. Kearney ... 
I Zor</ Spencer S.Compton 
; Lewis Edward Nolan . . . 

■ Henry Brett 

' I'.D'OrmieuxVonStrcug 



Lieutenants. 

John Macartney 

Thomas R. Crawley," s. 
Henry Lee," R.M.'.... 
Jas. L. Sanilys Lumsdaine 
Charles Walpolc Hinxman 
George Stoney Swiuney 

Horace Trower 

James Boyd Miller.. .. 
Gust. Adoljihus Hartman 
Wm.Veall Greetliam,^^//. 

Henry John Wale 

Frederick M'm. Goldfrap 
Cliarles Joseph Ilarfonl 
James Edwards Vivian .. 
Henry Howard Barber .. 

Edward llanictt 

John I'upet 

William Oliver Bird 

COKXETS. 

i/oji..\l(;ernouT. Morcton 
Geoi-ge Haniiigton Price 

Charles Steel 

Thomas Francis Maude.. 
Geo. Travers Macartney 

Charles Sewell 

William Edington Stuart 
William Heury Home .. 



I' Dec. 27 
i'28 June 31 
I' 31 Aug. 32 
v\0 Oct. 34 
27 Jan. 37 
1' 1 Nov. 39 
P 15 Mar. 39 



•'13 Sept. 31 
20 Apr. 34 
P Sept. 33 
P14 Apr. 37 
8 May 40 
P 20 Oct. 43 
P 19 June 41 



21 June 39 Pll Feb. 42 
Pll Nov. 28 17 Apr. 34 



P27 Sept. 33 
19 Dec. 34 
P 12 Oct. 39 
P 22 April 42 
25 Oct. 42 
P 14 June 42 
P 30 Aug. 42 
P 7 July 43 
PIO May 44 
P31 May 44 
20 June 45 
P 24 Dec. 47 
PIO Jan. 40 
P25 Feb. 48 
P 1 Dec. 40 
P 2 June 48 
P 12 Sept. 48 
P 15 Dec. 48 

P12 Apr. 50 
P17 May 50 
P 14 June 50 
P 15 Oct. 50 
P 19 Aug. 51 

17 Oct. 51 
P21 Nov. 51 

27 Aug. 52 



P19 Dec. 34 

9 Mar. 42 

P 29 July 44 

9 Feb. 45 

P30 May 45 

12 Apr. 40 

3 Apr. 40 

7 Jan. 47 

9 Feb. 47 

P30July 47 

P 25 Feb. 48 

I' 8 Mar. 50 

P 27 Oct. 48 

p 17 May 50 

P17 Jan". 51 

14 Oct. 51 

p 14 Oct. 51 

P27 Aug. 52 



CAPTAIN. 1 


P 1 Aug. 


34 


9 Mar 


42 


P 19 Aug 
9 Feb. 


42 
45 


3 Sept 
P 29 Dec. 


47 
40 


P 8 Mar. 


50 


P 25 July 
Sept. 


51 



BUKV.-MAJ. 



Lieut. Crawley was present 
at the clo&ingo|ieralionsberoru 
Muoltan and at tlie surrender 
of the citadel 22iid Jan. 1840. 
He served as extra aide-de- 
Cdinp to Sir Henry Utindas 
coiimiandinK the Uuiubay Divi- 
sion of the army of the I'un- 
jaul) during the march from 
.Moultnn and the subsequent 
operations, and was jireseiit at 
the battle of Goojerat (.Medal) 
and in the pursuit of the Sikh 
army to the river Jhelum. 
i C«pt. Von Strrng icmrd with Uic 13lh Light 
Infanuy in Aff^buiUian, uiil wu prcxot at both alUcki 
oa Ghusnrr. uxui (ur which he bu n>crivcd the Medal. 

9 Lu Lre Haa prrtcnt wtth the Ifith Lancera in ttic 
actlun at Maharajiwrr, 29th Dec. I»43. 

10 A.i.i»l.-Suri;. Molino jcrvcd «lth the Mnil tlurine 
the can]|>ai|[ni ur Il«t4'<&, in the toutbim MaliralU 
cuiintry, ami waj prrtent at the taking of the Forti of 
PunuUa and ro<in|bur. 



9 





9 





20 





11 





11 





14 






■ Piii/ina.fter.— James Gustavus Hamilton Holmes, 24 Feb. 37 ; £ns. Pll June,30; 
I Lieut. 2 All-. 33 ; 

A((Jutiint.— Lieut. William Veall (Jreelham, 27 Aug. 52. 
; Quartir-Muntcr.—Wahvr Clarkson, 1 Sej.t. 48; Cornet, 20 Aug. 44. 
> Surgeon. —John .Marshull, 30 Aug. 42 ; A.sjii:it. Sunj. 29 March 33. 

Ass'utant-Sunjeons. — Josej.h Jei-, 15 April 42. 
I Jus. Prichard .Moline,'" 7 Oct. 42. 

Veteriiianj Hunjion.—Thoiuus Hurford, 25 Jan. 39. 



Blue — Ayentu, Mcssir. 
Cox &i Co. 



I Licul.-Gcnerul Urolhorlon wr«< d in Eifyiil under Sir Halph Aberrroniby in 18U1 ; in Germany und.r 
Lord Catbcarl in Ifui; m I'ortiiKul, Spain, and I'mnce during ine whole of the Peninmlar War fn>m ISOS 
to 1814, and hat received the War Medal with seven cJafps for the battle* of IJusaco, Furnln d'Oni.r, Sala- 
niiDca (wounde<l I, Vittoriu, I'jrmics, .Nivelle. and Mve, in which last buttle he was wounded and taken 
prisoDpr. B<^ide* Uieae he was present at all the cavalrv- aflairt and skirmishes In which his Regt. the 14th 
Ltfht Dragoons was engaged, and was at the action on the Co« : be wbj wounded several llnict in Iheso 
aklrmuhf*. 

a Lu-CoU Bond lerred lo the i;ih Lt. Dr.. at the lakinf of Anjarin Cuteb In \M6 ■■ alw Ihn.ujhoui the Uaiiraiu ram|»ii;n 
of ISi; and l«. Mr »>• prearnt -ith ihe lllli Lt. Ori, at the .i.-(r and rapture of llhurtiioie in lMi-0. Aceompanled the 



8»d Lt. Dr«. Into Affthanltlan ailh the foree under Sir Ueo. Toll.. 
ta ererr eocat.meni in the advance of the anny on ralxK.1 : alwi 
(U(a(ed the eaemjr at Tncen and Jufdulluek. aad tafelv covered 
«lUuuiHlu>< Uie repeated allacka of the enemj. 



and was t>ii »<-nt at ihr tvtang of the Kh)t 
mmanded the Rrar Guard on three different c 
d proucled the whole of tho ba«t*<e of the umj, ool* 



142 



l6th(The Queen's) Regt. ofLt. Drag. {Lancers). 



["Head Quarter! 
L at Dundalk. 

' TALAVERA"— " FUENTES D'ONOR"— " SALAMANCA"—" VITTORIA"— " NIYE" 
" PENINSULA" — " WATERLOO" — " BHURTPORE" — " AFFGHANISTAN" — 
"GHUZNEE"— "MAHARAJPORE."— "ALIWAL."— "SOBRAON." 



Years' Sen'. 



63 



Colonel.— Ti^ fflSi Sir Joseph Thackwell,' GCB. KH. Cornet, 23 April 00; Lieut. 

13 June 01 ; Capt. 9 April 07; Major, 18 June, 15; Lieut.-Col. 21 June 17 ; 

Col. 10 Jan. 37 ; Major-Gen. 9 Nov. 46; Col. I6th Lancers 10 Nov. 49. 
Lieut. -Colonel. —John Rowland Smyth, CB.,^ Cornet, p5 July, 21 ; Lieut. p26 

May, 25; Capt. p22 April, 26; Major, p17 Aug. 41; S revet- Lt.- Col. 19 

June, 46; Lieut.-Col. P 10 Dec. 47. 
Majors.— Thomas Pattle,^ Cornet, p 13 June 34; i^. p 23 Dec. 36; Capt.vl 

May 47 ; Major, p 13 Dec. 50. 
Charles John Foster, Cornet,'' p 8 Apr. 36 ; Lieut. 21 Dec. 38; Capt. p 10 Dec. 47 ; 

Major, P 21 Sept. 52. 



Captains. 

Richard Heaviside 

William Thomas Dickson 

Thomas Heywood 

Tliomas Woolaston White 
Francis William Grant .. 

Lancelot Halton 

Lieutenants. 
Patrick Hjuon,^ adjutant 

Robert Goff 

David Barclay 

Julius Alex. Sartoris .... 
John Edmond Severne . . 
Henry Arthur Sleeman . . 
Henry Eustace Leader . . 
Cornets. 

John Dynon,^ R.M 

Edward Tottenham Irvine 
F. C. Hanbury Williams 
James Christine Hart . . 
Hon. Hugh Rowley 



CORNET. 



P 16 Feb. 44 
P23 Apr. 47 
P 28 Nov. 45 
P 7 May 47 
P 2 July 47 
P 25 Feb. 48 



May 39 
Apr. 48 
April 49 
Aug. 49 
May 50 
Jan. 51 
May 51 

Apr. 50 
Oct. 51 
June 52 
July 52 
Nov. 52 



LIEUT. 



30 Apr. 47 
' 25 Feb. 48 
>12 Feb. 47 
' 7 Apr. 48 
' 1 Sept. 48 
'13 April 49 



June 42 
July 49 
Apr. 50 
Dec. 50 
Feb. 52 
Sept. 52 
Oct. 52 



CAPTAIN. 



' 14 Dec. 49 
'25 Apr. 51 
> 22 Nov. 50 
' 23 Sept. 51 
'21 Sept. 52 
'12 Oct. 52 



3 Major Pattle served with the Ifith 
Lancers during the campaign in Aff- 
ghanistan under Lord Keane, and 
was present at the siege and capture 
of Ghuznee (Medal). Also the cam- 
paignon the Sutlej in 1846, including 
the battles of Buddiwal, Aliwal, 
(wounded) and Sobraon (Medal and 
Clasps). 



17 Paymaster. — George Frederick Rosser,'' 28 May, 47 ; -E"?;*. 20 Aug. 36. 
14 Adjutant.— Lieut. Patrick Dynon,« 12 Dec. 39. 
6 Quarter-Master. — George Lamb,^ 4 June, 47. 

5«r^eon.— Arthur Wood,M.D.9 21 Aug. 40; A.-S. 19 Nov. 26 ; H.-A. 22 Dec. 25. 
Assist.-Surgeon. — Usher Williamson Evans, M.D. 3 Apr. 46. 
Veterinary Surgeon. — Francis Frederick Collins, 8 Dec. 48. 

Scarlet — Facings Blue. — Agents, Messrs. Cox & Co. 
IBeturncdfrom Bengal, Bee. 1840.] 

1 Sir Joseph Thackwell served the campaign in Gallicia and Leon under Sir John Moore, and was engaged 
in several skirmishes, and present at the battle of Coiunna. Served the campaigns of 1813 and 14 in the 
Peninsula, including the battles of Vittoria, tlie Pyrenees in front of Pampeluna, 27th, 28th, 29th, and 30th 
July ; blockade of Pampeluna, from 18th to the 31st Oct. when it surrendered; battle of Orthes, affair at 
Tarbes, and battle of Toulouse ; besides many affairs of advanced guards, outposts, &c. Served also the 
campaign of 1815, including the action at Quatre Bras, the retreat on the following day, and battle of 
Waterloo. Commanded tlie cavalry division of the army of the Indus during the Afl'ghanistan cumjiaign; 
was present at the storm and capture of Ghuznee ; and commanded the 2nd column of the army on its 
marcli from Cabool to Bengal. Commanded the cavalry division in the action at Maharajpore on the 29th 
Dec. 1843. Contused on the right shoulder at Vittoria, and severely wounded at Waterloo (left arm :im)iu- 
tated close to the shoulder) in charging a square of infantry ; had also two horses shot under him. He 
commanded the cavalry in the battle of Sobraon (Medal); as also in the late Punjaub campaign. Has 
received the silver War Medal, with three Clasps. 

2 Lieut. Col. Smyth served with the 16th Lancers at the siege of Bhurtpore, under Lord Combcrmcre (Medal). He was 
also present with the Regt. in the action of Maharajpore, 29 Dec. 43 (Medal) \ and in the campaign on the Sutlej in 1846, 
including the battles of Buddiwal and Aliwal, in the last of which he commanded the Regt. until severely wounded in the 
thigh by a musket-ball whilst charging the enemy's infantry and guns (Medal and Clasps). 

4 Major Foster served with the 16th Lancers during the campaign in AlTghanistan under Lord Keane, including the 
niege and capture of Ghuznee (Medal). He served also at the battle of Maharajpore, 9th Dec. 1843 (Medal) ; and in the 
campaign on the Sutlej in 1846, including the battles of Buddiwal, Aliwal (as Aide-de-Camp to Brigadier Cureton). and 
Sobraon (Medal and Clasps), 

6 Lieut. Dynon served with the 16th Lancers during the campaign in AfTghanisUn under Lord Keane, including the 
siege and capture of Ghuznee (Medal). He served also at the battle of Maharajpore (Medal), 9th Dec. 1843 ; and in the 
campaign on the Sutlej in 1846, including the battles of Buddiwal, Aliwal, and Sobr.aon (Medal and Clasps). 

6 Comet John Dynon served with the 16th Lancers during the campaign in AfTghanistan under Lord Kcanc, including 
the siege and capture of Ghuznee (Medal). 

7 Paymaster Rosser was present at the siege and capture of Bhurtpore, in 1825-6 (Medal). He served with the army of the 
Indus, under Lord Keane, in 1838 and 39, and was present at the capture of Ghuznee (Medal). He was also present 
in the action at Maharajpore, 29th Dec. 1843 (Medal) ; and also at Buddiwal, Aliwal, and Sobraon (Medal and Clasps). 

8 (jr.-Mast. Lamb served with the 16th Lancers during the campaign in AfFgh-anistan under Lord Keane, including the 
siege and capture of Ghuznee (Medal). Also at the battle of Maharajpore (Medal) 29th Dec. 1843; and in the campaign 
on the Sutlej in 184C, including the battle of Buddiwal, Aliwal, and Sobraon (Medal and Clasps). 

9 Doctor Wood served with the 9th Lancers in the Gwalior campaign in 1843 [Medal]; also the tampaijn en the Sutlej in 
18^, and was present at the battle of Sobraon (Medal), 



n.-«.l yu«rlcr»1 
■I Brlghtuu. J 



17M Rcijimcut {[f Liijht Draffoo/is. — (TMUccrs.) 143 



"Death's Head," with the Motto, "Or (ilonj. 



Von- 


Svrv. 


Cvlunvl, 


10 


551 Thomas William Taylor,' CB. Cornet, 14 July, 04; Lieut. 12 June, 05; 






Cnpt. 2-2 Jan. 07 ; M,uor, 7 July, 14; Lt.-Col. 18 June, 16; Colonel, 10 


Full! 


Uuir 


Jan. 37; Major-Gen. I) Nov. 40; Colonel 17th Lancers, 23 Sept. 52. 


P.y. 


P»y. 




1 




Lieut.-Colonel. 


30' 

1 • 


h\ 


John Lawrcnsou, Cornet, 13 Nov. 18; Lieut. G Dec. 21 ; Capt. i'27 Aug. 25 ; 
Brev,-M(\jor, 28 June 38 ; Majqr, p 31 Pec. 30 j Lie^t.-Col. p 27 June 45. 

Major. 


17 





Aupistus SalUen Williitt, Comet, VQ Dec. 30; Lieut. P31 Dec. 3!); Capt. 
V 14 June 42; Mqjor, »'28 May 52. 










IIUEVET- 


13 





CAl'TAINt-. 

Henry Uoxby Benson . . 


COHNKT. 


LIEUT. 


CAPTAIN. 


MAJOIt. 


i'31 Jan. 4(1 


P 15 April 42 


P27 JuHe45 




U 


" 


William Morris* 


!• 18 June 42 


14 May 45 


P 25 Apr. 51 




tt 





Wni. 11. Kennedy Er^kine 


i'28 Nov. 45 


P 23 May 48 


P18July 51 




(> 


t) 


Robert White 


vlo Oct. 47 


P22 Dec. 48 


P20Mar. 62 




o 


^ 


John Pratt Winter .... 


P 16 June 48 


P 13 July 49 


P 14 May 52 




5 





.\ ug. Fred. Cavendish Webb 
Lieutenants. 


P 22 Deo. 48 


P16 Mar. 50 


P 28 May 52 




4 





Godfrey Charles Morgan.. 


P 13 July 4y 


P31 May 50 




4 





Alex. Learmouth 


P21 Aug. 4'J 


P23 Aug. 60 




3 





John Ilenrv Thomson .. 


I' 12 Apr. 50 


P 25 Apr. 61 




3 





Sir William Gordon, Ht. 


P 14 June 50 


P 18 Julv 61 




3 


u 


Lewis Edward Knight .. 


P 17 t^opt. 50 


P 19 Aug. 61 




5 


" 


Wm. Felix Tollemache . . 

COKNETS. 


P18 Aug. 48 


P 25 July 61 




6 





Thomas Taylor, R.M. .. 


20 May 48 






•2 





John W. Cradock liartopp 


P10S.pt. 51 






1 





John Chadwick, -•!<(/■. .. 


27 Feb. 52 




1 


»J 


I'hilip Musgrave 


P 14 May 52 




1 





Wm John Pearson Watson 


PIO Apr. 62 




1 





Sir Geo. Hector Leitli,i^r 


PIO Julv 52 




1 





George Orby Wombwell 


P21 Sept. 52 




9 





Patjmatter.— John Stephenson, 30 Apr. 47; Cor. 10 Feb. 41; Lt. 25 Sept. 45. 


1 





Acijutant.— John Ciiadwick, 12 Mar. 52. 


1 





Quarter-Master.— John Yates, July .02. 


27 





.'»'(ir(/foH.— James Brown Gibson, hl.D. 2 July 41; Atsist.-Surg. \-2 Jan 21): 
IIosp.-Assiit. UDvc.2G. 






8 





AssUt.-SurgeoM.~Ut>nry Kendall, M.I)., 16 Dec. 46. 


1 


I) 


Veterinary Sunjeon.—iH 


Lpheii Price C 


'onstant, 15 


ct. .Vi. 





Blue — Facinijs Wliitc. 

Agents, Messrs. Cok & Co. 

{Returned from the East Indies, May, 1823.] 

I M^lor-Qeo. T«ylor wrT^d a« Aulitinl Arfjut»nt-f!en. to the force wift Sir Jiimc» CrolK, In the 
MedlUTranean, (iurinn 1^U3 and (I. Kiiiplovnl on llip >Uff at Ihu altaek aod oaiUiire of Jotu, in 1811, 
iDCludiiig Uic tttuck uf tlio uutpoti near U illvt rvUin, and lli« tu>xuuug lA Die liu«i u( Cornelia. Served 
alio thi. campaign of l?15, with t}>« lOlh Hu»»ar», and na* prcacnt at tba Lalllu of Waterloo, lio hai 
received the War M>-dal, with one rlat]> for Java. 

•i Capl. Hurria Mrved wllb the lOlli l.aiirrrt at Iko battle of tlaharaJiHtrv (inrdul). AIm) In the can>|<ii^o 
on tti* Sutlfj ^mcUalj, aua «•> pre»cii( at UuuUiviitl, Al.vul t."bu<uM>, bij4 cobrava. 



144 



Is^ (or Grenadier) Regiment of Foot Guards. 



39 



38 


tI 


33 


^h 


34 





31 


i? 


30 





29 


3^1 


27 





2G 





25 





25 





24 





23 





27 


1 


22 





21 





21 





21 





20 





20 





20 





20 





19 





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18 





18 





23 





17 





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" LINCELLES "-" CORUNNA"— " BARROSA"— " PENINSULA"—" WATERLOO." 

Colonel. 
His Royal Highness Francis Albert Augustus Emanuel, Dulie of Saxony, 
Prince of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha, KG. KT. KP. GOB. GCMG. Field 
Marshal, 8 Feb. 1840; Colonel of the Grenadier Guards, 23 Sept. 62. 

Lieut. -Colonel. 
Godfrey Thornton, Bns. p 20 Jan. 14; Lieut. & Ca-pt. Pll Oct. 21 ; Cupt. k 
Lieut.-Col. P 3 Dec. 30 ; Col. 9 Nov. 46; Major, p 6 Aug. 47 ; Lieut.-Col. 
P 6 July 52. 

Majors. 
Philip Spencer Stanhope, Ens. 30 March, 15 ; Lieut. & Capt. P17 July, 23; 
Cajjt. & Lieut.-Col. P 16 March, 32 ; Col. 9 Nov. 46 ; Maj. p 10 April 49. 
3 John Julius Wm. Angerstein, E^is. & Lt. p9 April, 18; Lt. & Capt. p2 Apr. 
25; Capt. & Lt.-Col. p 12 Sept. 34; Col. 9 Nov. 46 ; Maj. P27 Dec. 50. 

1 William Fludyer, Ens. 30 Dec. 19 ; Ens. & Lieut, p 25 Oct. 21 ; Lieut. & Capt. 

P 7 July, 25; Capt. & Lieut.-Col. p2 Dec. 36; Col. 9 Nov. 46; Major, 
P 6 July 52. 

Captains and Lieut. -Colonels. 

2 Jas. Robertson Craufurd, Ens. 14 June, 21 ; Ens. & Lieut, p 29 Aug. 22 ; 

Lt. & C'rt^jit. P19 Sept. 26; Capt. & Lt.-Col. p18 Feb. 37; Col. 11 Nov. 51. 

1 Richard Wm. Astell, Ens. & Lieut. p20 Nov. 23; L'md. & Cajyt. P13 Sept. 

27 ; CajH. & Lieut.-Col. p 7 July, 38 ; Col. 11 Nov. 51. 

3 Thomas Wood, Cor7iet,v\Q Nov. 20 ; Lieut, p 12 June 23; Capt. v -25 June 25; 

Brev.-Maj. 28 June 38 ; Cajyt. & Lt.-Col. p28 June, 39; Col. 11 Nov. 51. 

2 William Thornton, Ens. & Lieut. p8 Apr. 26; Lieut. & Capt. p3 Dec. 30; 

Cajyt. & Lieut.-Col. p 8 June 41. ; Col. 11 Nov. 51. 

2 Hon. Francis Grosvenor Hood, Ens. & Lieut. p30 Apr. 27 ; Lieut. & Capt. 

P31 Dec. 30; Capt. & Lieut.-Col. p31 Dec. 41. 
1 Charles William Ridley, Ens. & Lieut. P 21 Feb. 28 ; Lieut. & Capt. P14 June, 

31 ; Capt. & Lieut.-Col. p 14 July 43. 
3 Hon. Augustus Frederick Foley, Ens. & Lieut. p30 Dec. 28; Lieut. & Capt. 

P 16 Mar. 32 ; Cajyt. & Lieut.-Col. p 16 Feb. 44. 

3 Edward Birch Reynardson, Ens. p5 Nov. 29; Ens.&c Lieut. p12 June 30; 

Lieut. & Capt. p 12 Oct. 32 ; Capt. & Lieut.-Col. p 5 April 44. 

1 Ho7i. Robert Bruce, s. E71S. & Lieut, p 18 June 30; lAeut. & Capt. p 22 Feb. 

33; Capt.k.Lieut..Col.v<2,A\is.U. 

2 Charles Algernon Lewis, Cornet, p 13 Oct. 25; Lieut, p 15 Aug. 26; Capt. 

P 12 Apr. 33 ; Cajyt. & Lieut.-Col. P30 Dec. 45. 

3 Frederick William Hamilton, Ens. & Lieut. 12 July 31 ; Lieut. Sc Capt. 

1 Dec. 36; Cajyt. & Lieut.-Col. p3 April, 46. 

2 Hon. James Lindsay, Ens. & iiew^. p 16 Mar. 32 ; Lieut. & Capt. i' 2 Doc. 36 ; 

Cajyt. & Lieut.-Col. v 14 Aug. 46. 

1 Henry Cartwright, Ens. & Lieut, v 26 July 32; i?C!/i. & Cff^;!^. p 2 June 37 ; 

Capt. & Lieut.-Col. p2 Oct. 46. 

3 Augustus Cox, Ens. Lieut. p27 July 32; Lieut. & Cajyt. p 8 Aug. 37; Capt. 

& i-;ewif.-Co/. P12Feb. 47. 
3 Hon. George Cadogan, Ens. & Lieut. p22 Feb. 33; Zkw^. & Cajyt. p 9 Jan. 
38 ; Cajyt. & Lieut.-Col. vG Aug. 47. 

2 Henry George Conroy, Ens. & itew^. p 21 June 33; Lieut. & Cajyf. p 12 

Jan. 38 ; Caj)t. & Lt.-Col. p 3 Mar. 48. 
2 Huah Andrew Robert Mitchell, Ens. & Lieut, p 4 Oct. 33; i?'c?/!f. & Capt. 

P 7 July 38 ; Cajyt. & Lieut.-Col. p 31 March 48. 
1 Edward Goulburn, Ens. & iie?/!^. p 27 Dec. 33; Lieut. & Cajyt. p 14 July 38; 

Capt. & Lieut.-Col. p18 July 48. 
1 i/"o». Alexander Gordon, Ens. Sc Lieut. P 2 May 34 ; Lieut. & Cttja^ p 15 May 

40 ; Capt. & Lieut.-Col. p 10 April 49. 
1 William Nelson Hutchinson, E?is. 24 Feb. 20; Lieut. 25 Oct. 23; Capt. P17 

June 26; Major, v A Dec. 32; Lieut.-Col. p7 Sept. 41 ; Col. 11 Nov. 51. 

1 Robert Cavendish Spencer Clifford, Ens. & Lieut, p 6 June 35; Lieut. & 

Cajyt. P 14 Aug. 40; Cajyt. & Lt.-Col. p22 March 50. 

2 John Arthur Lambert, ^w«. & Lietit. p 10 July 35 ; Lieut. & Cajyt. Pll Sept. 40 ; 

Capt. & Lieut.-Col. p15 Nov. 50. 
1 Hervey Hopwood, Ens. 21 Sept. 30 ; Ens. k, Lieut. P24July, 35; Lieut, k 
Cajyt. P30 Oct. 40 ; Capt. & Lt.-Col. P27 Dec. 50. 

3 Hon. Henry Hugh Manvers Percy, Ens. & Lieut. PI July 36; Lieut, k. 

Capt. P29 Dec. 40 ; Cajyt. k Lieut.-Col. p7 March 51. 
3 John Temple West, Ens. & Lieut, p 18 Feb. 37 ; Lieut. & Cajit. Pl6 April 41 ; 

Capt. & Lieut.-Col. p 6 July 52. 
1 Hon. Henry Townshend Forester, Ens. k Lieut. 23 Feb. 37 ; Lieut, & Capt. 
\ P IB May 41 ; Capt. k Lieut.-Col. 24 Aug. 52. 



Pull i Half 



1st {or Grenadier) Regimait of Foot Guards. 



145 



LiBrxs. AJCD Captains. 



1 -2 George Grey Rous i p 24 Feb. 37 ! "• 8 June 41 

\ 1 Studholine Brownriiig, M„j. n Nov. 51 i'20 July 32 ' 9 May 35 "' 21) Dec. 40 

1 Edtvunl (i. Wyiiyanl 12 May 37 •' 1) Jan. 38 "' 25 Oct. 42 

2 Edwartl Willium" Pakcnham | , p 12 Jan. 38 "'14 July 43 

1 Hon. Richard W. Penn Ciirzon | p 14 July 38 P 5 April 44 

1 John Reeve ^ P 1 May 4U i' 14 Feb. 45 

3 Hun. Mortimer Sackvillc-West ' p 12 June 40 P Ki .May 45 

2 Ralph Uratlforil, ddjutant | P30 Oct. 40 v\[) Dec. 45 

I \i ;..!.„. .1 u > I 'p 15 Dec. 40 P 30 Dec. 45 



1 Michael Bruce 



2 Hon. Charles Iluijh Limlsuy, * P5 June 35 

1 C.L.BroNvnlowMaitland,-'j/<i/.l5&fpt.4a^ 

1 Lord Arthur Hay* 

2 Henry Edward Montresor 15 Dec. 40 

3 Ilis Serene lliy;hness, Pmhcc William 
Augustus Edward of Saxe Weimar 1 Juue 41 

3 Hon. Heurv Aldworth Neville .. 



3 Campbell Munro 

|2 Jas. Fred. Dudley Criehton Stuart.. 

1 1 Richard Lloyd ,, 

j 1 Lord Frederick John FitzRoy^ 



P2G July 39 
P 18 Sept. 40 



.. 17 July 40 IP 10 Fob, 
.4b, 27 Dec. 42 p 1(1 Feb. 



I - VlUiers La Touche llatton 

jl Henry Fred. l'onsonby,f..»/(</.iOOct 

1 Cuthbert George Ellison, adj ; 23 Nov. 43 

:3 .Alfred Tipping p 22 June 38 

1 John Francis Cust | 2G July 44 

il Beaumont William Ilotham j 

3 William Henry Beaumont de Horsey 

|3 Geo. Went worth Alex. Higgiason,a</;.! 























P3 July 40 9 May 46 

P 9 April 41 P 27 Mar. 40 

P30 April 41 P 3 Apr. 40 

P18 May 41 p18 May 46 

P 8 June 41 P19 May 40 
p 2 Sept. 42 P 2 Oct. 40 
P 3 Sept. 42JP20 Oct. 40 
P25 Oct. 42 P 12 Feb. 47 
15 April 42 I P 30 July 47 
P 14 July 43 P31 Mar. 48 

43 P 22 June 47 

44 P 18 July 4S 
5 April 44 jP 10 April 49 



P 30 May 43 
P 2 Aug. 44 
P 20 Aug. 44 
P22 Nov. 44 
P 14 Feb. 45 
PIG May 45 
P 7 July 45 
23 Mar. 45 



Augustus Henrj- Lane Fox 
3 Albert Evelyn Rowley 1 G July 45 

2 Charles Wilson Randolph PlO Feb. 43 

1 Frederick Augustus Thesiger, s p31 Dec. 44 1p 28 Nov. 45 

3 i/o;i. Arthur Frederick Egerton, J. I |P30Dec. 45 

1 Sidney Burrard | v 3 April 40 



2 William Samuel Morant 



7 May 47 
P 1 June 49 
P 1 .Mar. 50 
P 22 Mar. 50 
P 12 July 50 
P 2 Aug. 50 
P17 Sept. 50 
P 15 Feb. 50 
P27 Dec. 50 
P17 Jan. 51 

2 May 51 



! Edward Henry Cooper PIG May 45 p 1 1 Sept. 40 

1 Charles Vannottcn Pole ! Pl4Aug.40 

3 Sir Robert Lydston Newman, liart. v 13 May 42 14 April 40 

EXSKJXS AXD LlEUTS. 



P19 May 40 p G July 52 



3 .\lexander Kinloch 



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I P 1 Dec. 40 

24 May 44 p 12 Feb. 47 

P 2.3 Aug. 43 P 9 June 40 

1 Dec. 40 P Aug. 47 

20 July 47 P 3 Mar. 48 

31 Mar. 48 




3 E<iwyn Slierard Burnaby 

^ 1 John Davie Ferguson Davie .... 
j 3 William Gordon Cameron 

3 Sir Charles Russell, Uart 

|2 Cameron .Neville Hogge 

1 1 William Thomas Fnuicis Wallace 
I Frederick Charles Keppel 

I 1 William John ChrLstie 

1 Charles Pierrepoint Lane Fox 

1 2 William .Vmlrew M. Barnanl 

2 Claud .\lcxauder p 1 1 jiay 49 

2 John Murray 

|1 William Rumbold 

2 Frc<lerick William Poltingcr 

2 William Brough Pliillimorc '|P31 Dec. 47 

2 Hon. Asliley John George Ponsonby 

3 John Montagu Burgoyno ' 

1 .Vlpxander Mitchell ; 

2 Alexander, Vitcotint Balgonie. 

3 Charles Brandling 

2 Charles Najjier Sturt 
1 Sir James Forgus«on, Bart. 

1 Henry Willium Verschoyle 

3 Fred. Tlio. Arthur Hervey Bathurst 

2 y/on. WindhaniHenryWyndhamtiuin p 8 June 40: 

3 Chas. Hampden Turner 

Francis By am Davies 

Hon. William Francii Forbes 




15 Aug. 48 
P24 Aug..'->2 
P IG July 52 



146 



1st {or Grenadier) Regiment of Foot Guards. 



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13 





12 






Adjutants. 

2 Capt. Ralph Bradford, 14 Aug. 46. 

1 Capt. Cuthbert Georcfe Ellison, 2 Aug. 50. 

3 Capt, George Wentworth Alex. Higginson, 5 Dec. 5l. 

Quarter-Masters. 

2 ^3 fSa Jolin Payne,« 31 Aug. 15. 

3 John Lilley, 8 June, 30. 

1 John Atkinson, 28 Feb. 51. 

Surgeon-AIajor. 
James Dennis Wright, 7 Feb. 45 ; Surg. 11 May, 35 ; Assist.'-Surg. 11 Nov. 24. 

JBattal'ion-S2a-(^eons. 

2 Geo. Brown, '26 June, 40; Asst.-Surg. 12 Jan. 26 ; Hasp. -Assist. 21 April, 25. 

1 Francis Cornelius tluthwaite, 7 Feb. 45; Assist.-Surgeon, 10 Nov. 25; Hosp.- 

Assist. 1 Nov. 23. 

Assistant- Surgeons. 

2 George Eleazar Blenkins, 13 April, 38. 
1 Charles Nicoll, 26 June, 40. 

3 Jaiiies John Marjoribanks Wardrop, 21 May 4l. 

Solicitor. — John Parkinson, 19 July^ 31. 



1st Battalion returned from Portugal, 1828. 
2d Battalion returnedfrom Canada, Oct. 1842. 
3rf Battalion returnedfrom France, Nov. 1818. 

Facings Blue. — Agent, Sir John Kirkland. 

XTar Office, fifftk Juh/, 1815. 
The Pbince Regent, as a mark of His Royal Approbation of the distinguished gallantry of the Brigade 
of Foot Guards in the Victory of Waterloo, lias been pleased, in the name and on tlie behalf of His Majesty, 
to approve of all the Ensigns of the Three Regiments of Foot Guards having the Rank of Lieutenants, and 
that such Rank shall be attached to all the future Appointments to Ensigncies in the Foot Guards, in the 
same manner as the Lieutenants in those Regiments obtain the Rank of Captain. 

His Royal Highness has also been pleased to approve of tlie First Regiment of Foot Guards beihg made a 
Regiment of Grenadiers, and styled " The First, or Grenadier Regiment of Foot Ouarcls," in commemo- 
ration of tlieir having defeated the Grenadiers of the French Imperial Guards upon this niemoi-aWe occasion. 



3 Major Maitland served in the Kaffir war of 1843-7 as Military Secretary to Sir Peregrine Maiiland. 

4 Lord Arthur Hay served the Sutlej Campaign of 1845-6 as Aide-de-Camp to Lord Hardinge, and >vas 
present at the battle of Sobraon (Medal). 

5 Lord Frederick FitzRoy served under Sir Robert Stopford during the operations on the Coast of Syria 
Id 1840. 

8 Quartermaster Fayne served in Sicily in 1806 and 7; in 1808 and 9 in Spain, and present in the actions 
of Sahagun, Benevente, Lugo, and Corunna; subsequently at Walcheren. He served also the campaigns of 
1812, 13, 14, and 1.5, in the Peninsula, France, and Flanders, and was present in the actions of the Pyrenees, 
siege and capture of San Stbaistian, passage oi tlie Bidassoa and of the NiVe, battle of Nivellf , action at 
the Mayor's House, sortie and investment of Bayonne, battles of Quatre Bras and Waterloo, capture of 
Peronne and of Paris, and subsequently with the army of occupation. He has received the War Medal 
with three clasps for Corunna, Nivelle, and Nive. 



Cohlstrcavi Riujiment of Foot Guards. 147 

" LINCELLES."— The Sphhif, with the words " ECJYPT"— "TALAVERA"— 
" BARR09A"— " PENINSUI^V— " MATEltLOO." 



Culonel. 



1^ I'M John Enrl o/' Strafford,' GCB. A: GCII. Em. 30 Sept. 1793; Lt. 1 Dec 
«J;J; Ctipt. '24 Mav, 1)4; Lieut.-Col. 14 March, 1800; Col. 20 Jidy, 10; 
M,yor-Uin. 4 Jw\v, 13; Livut.-G\t>. 27 May, 2o ; Gvti. 23 Nov. 41; Col. 
Coldstream Guards^ 15 Aug. 60. 

Lieut.-Coloncl. 



I 
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HenrvJohuWin. Bcntinck, J?»u<f.25Mar. 13; Lkut.ic Cfipt.\S Jan.i 
kLieitt.-Col. P 16 May, 2<J ; Col. 23 Nov. 41 ; Major, 9 Nov. 40 
roM'22 Aug. 51 

Majors. 
2 CliQs. Murray lln\, Ens. P20 April, 20 ; Ens. & Liait. i' 1 Nov. 21 ; 
Capt. i'24'Dec. 25 ; Capt. & Lieut.-Col. i' 22 June. 32 ; Col. V 
M(\jur, P 25 April 48. 
1 Hon. Arthur Upton Ens. & Lieut. P 10 Feb. 25 ; Lieut. & Capt. I'lG 
Cfl;;^ & Liexit.-Col. p31 Dec. 3U; Major & C«/. P22 Aug. 51. 



10; Capt. 
; Livut.- 



Licut. k. 
Nov. 4G ; 



I Captains &i Lieut. -Colonels. 

1 ;1 Wm. John Codrington, J5:n«. p22 Feb. 21; Ens. k. Lieut. p24 April, 23; 
Lt. & CV/;jf. P 20 July, 20; Capt. & Lt.-Col. p 8 July, 30 ; Col. I) Nov, 40. 
2 Frederick I'asct, Ensign, 20 JIar. 23 ; Ens. k Liettt. 24 Feb. 25 ; Lieut, k 

Capt. P 4 June 21) ; Capt. k Lieut.-Col. p24 Jan. 40 ; Col. 1 1 Nov. 51. 
jl I 2 fl'wi. George Frederick Upton, Ens. p24 April, 23; Lieut. p29 Oct. 25; Capt. 
I P12Dec. 20; Jl/f{/or, PIG June, 37; itewf.-Co/. P 10 April, 41 ; CW. 11 
I Nov. 51. 

II John Christie Clithcrow, 2;irf ZJ■«<^ 11 April, 25; Ens. k Lieut, p 8 April, 

[ 20 ; Lieut, k Capt. 22 July 30; Capt. & L ic7/f.- Co/. P 30 May, 43. 
I 2 Gordon Drumniond, Ens.'k Lieut, p 10 June 20; Lieut, k C'«;;f. P 3 Aug. 

30 ; Capt. k Lieut.-Col. P29 March 44. 
2 Lord Frederick Paulet, Ens. k Lieut. 11 June 20; Lieut, k Capt. P21 Sept, 

30; Capt. k Lieut.-Col. P8 May, 40. 
2 Henry Daniell, i'wjr. i: Lit^it. p 13 Aug. 29; Licvt. 5- Capt. P27 Mar. 85; 

Brerct-Major, 9 Nov. 40; Capt. k Lieut .-Col. ^ 29 Oct. 47. 
■fi 2 Hon. Robert Edward Uoyle, En.t. v 14 Nov. 20; Lie^tt. p Hi July 2!) ; Capt. 

P 23 Aug. 33 ; Brevet-Majirr, 9 Nov. 40; Caj)t. k Lieut.-Col. p iO Dec. 47. 
1 William Samuel Newton, Ens. k Lieut. P5Dcc. 84; Lieut, k CApf.f 31 

Dec. 39 ; Capt. k Lieut.-Cvl. p25 Feb. 48. 
1 George Augustus Vernon, Ins. 2 July 29; iicwf. p 12 April 31; Capt. 
P 28 Dec. 38 ; Capt. k Liuit.-Col. p2o April 48. 
Cf, 2 Walter Trevelyan, 2>irf Lie^it. H. Engineers, 18 Nov. 17 ; Lie^it. 2.5 Sei)t. 25 ; 
Capt. P 19 Sept. 20 : Major, V 28 Dec. 32 ; Lieut.-Col. 10 Aug. 4l : Col. 
11 Nov. 51. 
2 Si>encer Perceval, Ens. k Linit. v 13 Jan. 37 ; Lieut, k Capt. P 15 Oct. 41 ; 

I Capt. k Lt.-Cvl. P23 June 48. 

1 Matthew Edward Tiemey, Ens. k Lieut, v 10 Mar. 37; Lieut, k Cttjit. 
P 27 Jan. 43 ; Capt. k Livut .-Col . v -11 April 49. 
1 Thomas Crombie, Ens. p 12 Aug. 24 ; Lieut, v 8 April 20; Capt. P 18 May 

32 ; Major, v 10 Nov. 41 ; Lieut.-Col. P 20 Oct. 48. 
1 Hon. Thomas Vesey Dawson, Ens. k Lieut. >' 11 Aug. 37 ; Lieut, k Capt. 

P 30 May 43 ; Capt. k Lieut.-Col. P 22 Aug. 51. 
1 Thomas Montagu .stctle. Cor. 12 Jan. 38; Ens. k Lieut, p '20 July r!8 ; 
Lieut, k Capt. p 29 Mar. 44 ; Capt. k Liexit.-Col. p 31 Oct. 51. 



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148 



Coldstream Regiment of Foot Guards. 



Full Half 
Pay. Pay. 



•21 



CORNET, 
2d LIEUT. 

Lieutenants and Captains. qj,^ ensign, 



1 Henry Wedderburn Cuniming 

1 William Mark Wood 

2 William Baring 

1 Charles Lygon Cocks 

2 Poulett G. H. Somerset 

1 James Charles Murray Cowell .... 

1 James Halkett 

2 Dudley Wilmot Carleton 

2 Lord Aug. Charles Lennox FitzRoy 

2 Charles Sedley Burdett 

2 Francis William l^evtAi^-aXe, adjutant 
2 Lionel Daniel Mac Kinnon 
2 ^irGeo.Ferd. Radziwill Walker, ^iJ 
1 William Gregory Dawkins 

1 Hylton Jolliffe 

2 Clement William Strong 

2 Ullick Cauning Lord Dunkellin . . 
1 Charles Townshend Wilson 

1 iTo«. Arthur E. Hardinge,^ s ' 

2 Hon. Aug. Geo. Charles Chichester 
2 Francis Augustus Plunkett Burton 

] Hon. PercyRobertBasilFeildingjrtf//. 

1 William Henry Reeve 

I Hon. Granville Chas.Corn wallis Eliot 



V 22 Aug. 34 
P 22 July 36 
P 15 Feb. 39 
P 28 July 38 
P 29 Mar. 39 



' 7 June 39 
'10 April 40 

17 May 39 
'21 Oct. 30 

30 Dec. 40 



18 Jan. 39 



ensign 
and lieut. 



LIEUT. 

AND 

CAPTAIN. 



11 Oct. 39 
7 June 44 
19 Feb. 41 



2 Apr. 47 



27 Oct. 4G 



2 Mar. 47 



P 10 Mar. 38 

24 May 41 
P 21 May 41 
P 24 Jan. 40 
P 1 May 40 

25 Sept. 40 
P 23 April 41 1 
Pll June 41 1 
P 27 Aug. 41 ! 

25 June 41 1 
P 13 May 42 
p 30 May 43 
P 29 Mar. 44 
P Sept. 44 
P 8 Aug. 45 
May 42 
P 2? Mar. 46 
P 30 Dec. 42 

22 Dec. 45 
P 22 Nov. 42 
P 8 May 40 
P 7 Aug. 46 
P29 Dec. 46 
Pll June 47 



P30 Dec. 42 

P 20 Aug. 44 

P 9 June 40 

P 7 Aug. 46 

28 Dec. 46 

Pll June 47 

1 July 47 

P 13 July 47 

P 30 July 47 

P 29 Oct. 47 

P 10 Dec. 47 

P 25 Feb. 48 

P 7 April 48 

P 25 April 48 

p 23 June 48 

P 1 Sept. 48 

27 April 4 9 

1 May 46 

1 June 49 

3 Aug. 49 

P 27 June 51 

1 Aug. 51 

P 22 Aug. 51 

P31 Oct. 51 



P 2 July 47 
P 13 July 47 
P 30 July 47 
27 Aug. 47 
P 29 Oct. 47 
P 10 Dec. 47 
P 28 Jan. 48 
P 7 April 48 
P 23 June 48 
P 27 April 49 
P 27 June 5] 
Pll July 51 
P14 Oct. 51 
P21 Nov. 51 
P 23 July 52 
P 17 Aug. 52 



Ensigns and Lieuts. 

1 Charles Baring 

2 Henry Montolieu Bouverie 

1 Henry Armytage 

2 Hon. Henry William John Bynj 

1 Charles Rodney Morgan 

2 Arthur John Bethell Thellusson . 
1 Thomas Francis Rolt, s 

1 Horrace William Cust 

2 Philip Sambrook Crawley 

2 Sir James Dunlop, Bart 

2 Gerald Littlehales Goodlake j p 14 June 50 

2 Frederick Henry Ramsden ;? 14 July 47 

1 George, Lord Bingham j p 29 Dec. 48 

1 Harvey Tower |p 17 Jan. 51 

2 Hon. William Henry Wellesley . . . . j 

1 Hon. Robert Drummond Hay . . . . [ 

Adjutants. 

2 Captain Francis William Newdigate, 2 March 49. 
1 Capt. Hon. Percy Robert Basil Feilding, 8 Oct. 50. 

Quarter-3Iasters. 

1 William Morse, 2 June, 36. 

2 Arthur Hurle, 13 Feb. 52. 
Surgeon-Major. 

2 Wm. Thomas Christopher Robinson, 4 April 51 ; Surg. 2 Sept. 45 ; Assisf.- 
Surg. 23 Mar. 38. 

Battalion-Surgeo7i. 

1 James Monro, M.D. 4 April 51 ; Assist.-Surg. 2 Nov. 32. 
Assista7it-Surgeo7is. 

2 Joseph Skelton, 2 Sept. 45. 
1 Frederick Wildborc, 4 April 51. 

Solicitor. — William George Carter, 29 Jan. 24. 

Facings Blue — Agents, Messrs. Cox & Co. 

[1st Battalion returnedfroni France, Jidy, 1814.] 

\2d Battalion returnedfroin Canada 2[)th Oct. 1842.] 

2 The Hon. Captain Hardinge served as Aide-de-camp to Lonl Hardinge throughout tlie campaign on tho 

Sutlej in 1845-6, and was present in tlie battles of MooJIcee, Ferozcsliah, and Sobraon, for which ho has 

leceived a Medal and two clasp". 



Scots Fitsilh'r Guards. 



149 



'UiVCELLES"— The ".<<phi/nx,' 



with tho words. " EQYPT"— "T.U.AVER V"—" B.VRROSA" 
' PENINSULA"— " WATERLOO. • 



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Colonel. 
His Royal Jliyhness Cieori^t- W. T. C. JDiike of Caml)ridge, KG. (JCMG. 
Colonel, 3 Nov. 37 ; Miijor-Gencrul, 7 May, 45 ; Colonel of tlie Scots Fusi- 
lier Guards, *23 Sept. 5i. 

ij^Mf.-CoZo/ie/. 
IP William Thomas KuoUvs,' JS;m. 9 Dec. 13; Lieut, k. Capt. 25 Sept. 17 j 
Cfipt. ic Lt.-Col. vm Dec. -27 ; Col. 23 Nov. 41 ; M({jor & Col. pG Dec. 44 ; 
Lt.-Col. P'2S June, 50. 

1 Heury Colvile, Ens. I--29 Dec. 13 ; Lt. k. Cnpt. I'G Nov. 17 ; Capt. &c Lieut.- 
Col. V 6 JaW, 30; Mqjor & Col. "'31 Dec. 44. 

2 <&B Henry, Z^rrf liokt-by,^ Ens. 21 .\piil 14 ; Lieut. & Crt/;<.P 12 June, 23 ; 
Capt. Sc Lt.-Col. P 21 Sept. 32; Col. 1) Nov. 40 ; Maj. & Col. p 28 June, 50. 

Captains and Lieut.-Colonelx 



! li 



1 George Dixon, £/«. & Lieut. i'20 Jan. 20 ; Capt. v 8 April, 20 ; Capt. & Lieut.- 
Col. P20 .May, 30; Co/. !) Nov. 40. 

2 Oeome Morton E<len, Ens. P18 July, 22; Lieut. PlO Sept. 25 ; Capt. P]2 
Dec. 20 ; il/n/or, P 11 Oct. 31 ; Lieut.-Col. p20 Mav, 30 ; Col. 9 Nov. 40 

1 George .Moncrieffe, Ens. & Lieut.PS April, 20; Lieut. & Cr/yj/. pO July, 30; 

I Capt. & Lieut.-Col. p24 Jan. 40; C<j/. 11 Nov. 51. 
2 Echvanl Walter Forestier Walker, Ens. & Lieut, p 8 Mar. 27 ; Lieut. & Crt/j/. 

P 18 Oct. 31 ; Capt. k Lieut.-Col. pO Dec. 44. 
1 Sir Charles John James Hamilton, Bart, Ens. & Lieut. p5 June, 27; 

Lieut, k Capt. PO Jan. 32 ; Capt. k Lieut-Col. P31 Dec. 44. 
2 Hon. Alexander Nelson Hood, Ens. k Lieut. p30 Aug. 31 ; Lieut, k Capt. 

P 1 July 30 ; Brevet-Major, 9 Nov. 40 ; Capt. k Lieut.-Col. p5 Nov. 47. 
2 Arthur i:<lw. Onslow, Eiui.k Lieut, v 1 1 Jan. 33 ; Lieut, k Capt. p 10 Nov. 37 ; 

I Capt. k Lwut.-Col. PlO Dec. 47. 
2 James Hunter Blair, Etis. and Lieut. p24 April 35; Lieut, and Capt. p9 

I Nov. 38 ; Capt. k Lieut.-Col. p 31 March, 48. 
! I Cliarles Francis Seymour,^ Ens. k Lieut. p5 June, .35; Lieut. & Capt. 

I P23 Nov. 38; Capt. k Lieut.-Col. p 1 An-. 48. 
1 William John Ridley, Ens. k Lieut. P 19 June 35 ; Lieut, k Capt. p 24 Mav 

39; CVl/>^ & Z,i«M/.-Co/. P24 Nov. 48. 
1 //on. Charles Graiitliam Scott, Ens. k Zi^m/. p12 Feb. 30; Lieut, k Capt. 

P 1 Nov. 39 ; Capt. k Lieut.-Col. p 10 April, 49. 
2 Charles Tyrwhitt, Ens. p 1 Au|j. 34 ; Ens. k Lieut, i' 20 Fil). 30; Lieut, k 

Capt. P 15 .Nov. 39; Capt. k Lieut.-Col. pO July 49. 
I 2 E.lwaril John Stracey, Ens. k Lieut. p3 June, 30; Lieut, k Capt. p 14 Feb. 

j 4»); Capt. k Lieut.-Col. v^^yUy, M. 
oil Francis Seymour, Ens. p2 -May, 34; Lieut. PlO June, 37; Capt. 

'l P4Scpt. 4o"; Capt. k Lieut. -Col. V 2% in\\c,m. 
O j2 Lord James Charles I'lantaiicnet Murray, Ens. k Lieut. P2(!May,37; 

: Lieut, k Capt. v 1 July, 42 ; Capt.k Lieut.-Col. p5 .Nov. 50. 
I 2 Charles Assheton Fitz-Hurdinge Ik-rkelev,* Ens. v -21 May, 30; Lieut, p 12 
Aui^. 37 ; Lieut, k Capt. p 14 April, 43 ; ' Brevet- Major, 15 Sept. 48 ; Capt. 
k Lieut.-Col. P\^ Dec. 50. 



1 Colonel Knolljrf (erred in the South of Pnnce, from Oth March, I8U, to the end of the war ; wix 
■fMent at the blockaJe of Bayonne and repulte of the- Sortie, on which occation Sir Henry Sullivan and 
»• ofllcon of the Guardi were killed or died of their wounds. • 

t Lord RiikobT xTvrd Iho campairn of IrtIS, Including the baftlef of Quatre Bras and Waterloo. 

3 Liriit.-Colonrl S«vmour lerved aa tenior Aide-de-camp to Lieut.-Oen. Sir Oeorgc Berkeley throuchuiit 
h* operalionn in Kalfraria In 1840-7. 

4 Lieut.-Colonel Herkelojr was Military S<'cretary to Lieut.-Oen. Sir George Berkeley during tlic lucceitfiil 
•pnMloni asaintt the Kaffln in IM7. 

t I) 



150 



Scots Fusilier Guards. 



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Opi-v 1 


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Pay. 


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16 





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13 





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Lii:i:t::xaxts and 

Captains. 

2 Eobert Moorsom, Jfrtjor 11 Nov. 51 

1 Frecl.CharlesArthur Stephenson, f/f/;. 
IJohnHaniiltonElphinstoneDalrymple 

2 Henry Percival de Bathe 

1 George William Mercer Henderson 

1 Henry Poole Hepburn 

2 Francis Haygarth 

2 Hon. Richard Charteris 

2 Henry Green Wilkinson, adj 

1 Hon. John Strange Jocelyn 

2 Wm. Fred. Viscount Chewton'^ . . . . 

2 Patrick L. C. Paget 

2 John Floyd Peel 

2 Lord Adolphus F. C. W. Vane, s. . . 
1 Hon. William Frederick Scarlett . . 
1 Francis Fortescue 

1 Augustus William Henry Meyrick 

2 Charles Holder 

2 William Aitchison*^ 

1 RobertNigelFitzhardinge Kingscote 

2 George Thomas Francis Shuckburgli 
2 HughFitzHardinge Drummond-. . . 

2 Edward Neville 

1 John Dugdale Astley 

Ensigns and Lieutenants. 



CORNET, 
2d LIEUT. 
OR ENSIGN. 



3 Aug. 30 



Oct. 40 



ENSIGN 
AND LIEUT. 



LIEUT. 

AND 

CAPTAIN. 



7 Oct. 42 
18 July 41 
11 Aug. 37 



7 April 43 

P14 April 46 

7 June 44 



'26 Oct. 41 
' 21 Mar. 45 



13 Aug. 47 
1 June 41 



P 21 Sept. 32 
25 July 37 
P 10 Nov. 37 
P 1 Nov. 39 
P 27 Mar. 40 
P 19 Feb. 41 
I' 21 May 41 
7 Oct! 42 
P 13 Jan. 43 
14 April 43 
P 25 Aug, 43 
P 6 Aug. 41 
P 6 Dec. 44 
P28 Nov; 45 
P 12 June 46 
P 7 July 46 
P 8 Sept. 46 
P 30 July 44 
P 2 Oct. 46 
P27 Oct. 46 
P 6 Nov. 47 
P 10 Dec. 47 
P 29 Sept. 43 
P31 Mar 



22 Oct. 50 



29 June 49 



P 12 Aug. 37 
P 13 Jan. 43 
P31 Dec. 44 
p 14 Feb. 45 
P 8 Sept. 46 
P 2 Oct. 46 
30 Sept. 47 
14 May 47 
P 10 Dec. 47 
P 31 Mar. 48 
P13 Aug. 47 
P 12 Dec. 43 
P 10 April 49 
Pll May 49 
P 23 Nov. 49 
PM Dec. 49 
p 22 Feb. 50 
P 5 Apr. 50 
P 24 May 60 
P26 June50 
P 5 Nov. 50 
P 8 Nov. 50 
30 Sept. 60 
P18 Apr. 51 



P 7 April 48 
P 1 Aug. 48 
P24 Nov. 48 
P 9 Mar. 49 
P 23 Mar. 49 
P 10 April 49 
Pll May 49 
P 6 July 49 
P 23 Nov. 49 
P 14 Dec. 49 
P22 Feb. 50 
P 24 May 50 
P 28 June 50 
P 5 Nov. 50 
P 8 Nov. 50 
P13 Dec. 50 
P18 Apr. 51 
13 Feb. 52 
P14Mav 52 



2 i/o»2.Wenman Clarence Walpole Coke P 31 July ' 

1 William Gascoyne Buhver ir 14 April ' 

2 Duncombe Fred. Batt Buckley . 
2 Hon. Alexander Edward Eraser. 

1 Roper Mostyn ■ 

2 Reginald Gipps 

1 George Grey Dalrymplo 

1 Francis Baring 

1 Seymour Lionel Wm. Dawson Darner 

1 William Coutts, Vise. Bury . . . . 

2 Rowland Francis Walbanke Childers 

2 William Wheatley 

1 Seymour John Blane 

1 William Wallingford Knollys . . 

2 Henry Charles Fletcher 

1 Robert James Lindsay 

2 Arthur Henry Thistlethwayte . 

1 George Grant Gordon 

1 William, Vise. Ennismore . . . 

Adjutfmts. 

1 Captain Fred, Charles Arthur Stephenson, 14 Feb. 45. 

2 Captain H. G. Wilkinson, 20 Feb. 52. 
Qunrter-Maste7-s. 

2 i Zl Joseph Aston,^ 9 Aug. 33. 
1 John Jones, 2 Sept. 51, 

Surgeo7i-3Iajor. 
Wni. Henry Judd, 22 July, 45; Surg. 12 July, 27; Asstst.-Snrg. 1 Jan. 18. 

Bai talio7i-Surgeo7i. 
•2 Thomas Richardson, 22 July, 46; Assist.-Surg. 4 Dec. 23. 

A.sxistant-Surgeons. 

1 John Bowling, 12 July, 27*. 

2 John Ashton Bostock/^ M.D. 8 Feb. 42, 
Solicitor. — Wilmer Wilmer, 27 Dec, 33, 

Facings Blue. — Agents, Messrs, Cox & Co. 
[1st Battalion emharkcdfor the Peninsula Dec. 1808, and returned from France July, 1814.] 
\id Battalion embarked for the Netherlands Nov. 1813, and returned from France Jan. 1816. Served in 
Portugal from Dec. 1826 to March, 1828.] 

2 Lord Chewton served with llie Militia in tl\e suppression of the insurrection in Canada; and with the 
53rd in the campaign on the Sutlej in 1X44, including the battle of Sobraon (medal). 

3 Quarter-Master Aston served the campaign of 1814 in Holland, including the bombardment of Antwerp, 
and storming of Bergen-op-Zoom. Also the campaign of 1815, including the battles of Quatre Bras and 
■Waterloo. 

5 Doctor Bostock served in the Buffs at the battle of Punniar, and has received the Bronze Star. 

6 Captain Aitchison served witli the 1st Batt. 91st Regt. at the Cape of Good Hope from Dec. 1845 to 
March 1847. Engaged in a severe afiair with the Caflres in the Bush 22nd May 1846, when his horse vtas 
shot under him, and he was beaten by tliem when on tlie ground— the same volley killing the horse of 
another officer and lour men of the 91st. Present also in Fort Peddie 27th and 38th of that month during 

he combined attack of tlie T'Slambie and Gaika Tribes. 



1st ( T/tf Royal) Jhyi/ut'/it of Fout. 151 

The King's Cypher witliin the Collar of St. Andrew, nnd the Crown over it. In the 
second colour the Thutlv &; Crown.— '^ St Lucia."— " Ei,nnont-oi)-Zee."—7'*« Sphinx, 
" Egypt" — " Coruiiiia" — " Uusa»o" — " Saluumncu" — " Vittoria" — " St. Sebastian" — 
"Nive" — " Pciiiusulu"— " Niajjani"'—" Waterloo"— " Nagpore" — " Maheidpoor"— " Avn." 



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Colonel. 
' 9 fil Ht. Hon. Sir James Kempt,' GCB.GCII., Ens. 31 Mar. 17«3 ; Lieut. 
I 18 Aug. 84 ; Cupt. 30 Way, 04 ; Major, 18 Sept. 94 ; Lieut.-Col. 28 Aug. 00 ; 

Col. 9 March, 09; Mifjor-Gen. 1 Jan. 12; Lieut.-Gen. 27 May, 25; Gen, 

23 Nov. 41 ; Col. of the Royals, 7 Aug. 4G. 
! Lieut.-ColoneU. 

1 Andrew Brown, ^h». 2(! Oct. 20; Lieut. 17 March, 25; Capt. ^o April, 31 ; 
Major, i'2li May, 38; Lieut.-Col. ''8 June, 41 ; tV. 11 Kov. 51. 

2 ^ CJeorge Bell,' Eui. 14 Mar. 11; Lieut. 17 Feb. 14; Capt.f1 Aug. 28; 
Breret-Mqjor, 20 Mar. 30; Major, 14 July, 43; Lieut.-Col. i'5 Dec. 43. 

1 Charles Deane.^K II. Co/HC^ 5 Sept. 04; £(V«^ ^G July.OC ; C'rt;;^ i" 5 Dec. 
IH; ,1/^-t,;-, 1- 10 June, 35 ; B revet -Lt.- Col. 9 Nov. 4G. 

1 Alexander Barry Montgomery,* Ens. 25 Nov. 24; Lieut. 30 Oct. 20; Capt. 
1- Hi Aug. 33; -ifriyor, «• 5 Dec. 43. 

2 Thomas Graham, Ens. 21 May 2G; Lieut, p 27 April 27 ; Capt. v 9 Aug. 33 ; 
Mi{jor,P'.^ May 44. 

2 Itichard Going. .E/i*. 9 April 2G; Lieut. P 2 Feb. 27; Crt/>M' 19 June 35; 
BrevetMoj. i) Nov. 4G ; M<\jor, P 17 Jan. 51. 



Captains. 


BNSIGN. 


LIKUT. 


CAPTAIN. 


IBREV.-MAJ. 


2 BurtonDaveney,;.c.iiNo».61 


27 AprU20 


P 7 July 25 


P 8 Nov. 27i 23 Nov. 41 


2 Edw. A.G. Muller* 


3 Feb. 20 


11 Aug. 25 


P 11 Jan. 33 


9 Nov. 4G 


1 Francis Gregor I'rquliart . 


P 18 Nov. 31 


1' IG Aug. 33 


P 14 April 37 


11 Nov. 51 


2 Hunrj- Richard Marindin 


I'll Jan. 33 


I'lSMar. 3G 


P 30 April 41 




2 Thomas Scott Hawkins .. 


1' 20 Mur. 33 


i'17 Scpt.3G 


P 23 June 43 




2 Tyrnll .Matthias Byrne . . 


30 June 24 


23 Mar. 2G 


IG June 43 




1 William Little Stewart .. 


1' 12 April 33 


13 Jan. 37 


P 28 July 43 




1 Henry Draper .\eville* .. 


1' IG Aug. 33 


1' 20 Jan. 37 


P 5 Dec. 43 




1 IIon.L'Uii. Daw&on I'lunkett 


I'll Oct. 33 


P 10 Mar. 37 


P 29 Dec. 43 




1 Fretlerick U. Mein 


22 Oct. 33 


P 14 April37 


P 3 Mav 44 




1 Edward Robt.Wetherall,.*. 


i'27 June 34 


P 22 Aug. 37 


P 19 Dec. 45 




1 William Mebfcter 


20 Feb. 27 


P 24 Aug. 32 


5 Feb. 4(. 




2 Francis Locker \\liitmore 


P 7 Aug. 35 


10 May 39 


P 3 Sept. 47 




2 James Pollock Gore 


P G Feb. 3G 


P 20 Dec. 30 


P 29 Oct. 47 




2 John Edward Sharp .... 


!' 24 April ;J5 


P 9 Feb. 38 


P 17 Dec. 47 




1 Chailes Henry Dowkcr*.. 


• 7 Jan. 42 


P 7 July 43 


P 21 Julv 48 




2 Andrew .Vnderson 


P 19 Oct. 38 


19 Aug. 41 


P 17 Jan. 51 




2 Arthur Newland 


1-18 Sept. 30 


P13 Apr. 42 


p 21 May 52 




2 Ch.Edgecumbe Davenport 


I' 1 1 Sept. 40 


14Julv 43 


p OJuly 32 




1 Wilhaui Kent Allix 


28 July 40 


P23 June43 


21 Sept. 52 





Krmpt trroiniiuilrd Sir Ralph Abrrcrumlijr upon Uic EiprdiUnn lo nolluid in XTJO, ■• ■idt'-dt-camp, >nd 

»U the ftrllons rxrrpi tilAt of Ulr lOUl Sept., wbt-n he Has abtcol in Knglaiul Mi(h dl»p«lcb«-K. Accunl|taDlvd 

:a ibt MeUiirrraii(-u> In June, ItiOO <u Mlliury innurf and aldt-dr-rainp, and tprvrd with liim until hit 

uim. .1 lu >. r\r in Iht Mme dluatloni •ilh Lord HutcblnKin, and »»» prrunt in all the battlo In Kfj^pt, and 

Vlrxaadtu. Commanded a Light Balullun upon Uir Etprditlun to Napira in lt)06. Wrnt 

and com ir .andc'l ibr Light Brigade at tlir battle of Maida. Joined the ann; in the l'enln>ula. 

->, lice. Ic^ll, and «a« appointed to lite cutmuand of a brigade In the 3rtl DivialoA t icivv^l .-ti 

trxlrd tbe attack on Kurt Pieurlna, and the brigade ablch led the attack and carried the raalle 

I', tfx'.iir, ,.n which oceaajon he «•&» tevcrrljr woumlid in the foot. Keluoved to a brigade iu the Ligbt 

Feb- 1HI3, and kerrrtl in command of it until the cunrluaiun of that war in IHU and waa {iretcnt at the battle 

tbe atuck on the liclgbuof Vera, battlei of Mtrlle ollghtlji aouulcd in the arm), Nlve, Orthea, and Toulnuae, 

t»l . ti. t Ir.. jin^. riii.t »(Ta.r.. ( .ii.iiiii. I. J a di>i»ion lo the Campaign of 1814, an I aaj MTcrel* »ounilcd it 

... Mrdal 1 a Uula Croai and 3 Claipi for Malda, Bada^of . Vlltutia. 

Medal oilh onr claip for llir ■')irnrr>. 



nI>, t-n. 



aa^igB at ISW aiaixl lb« Ka 



,', oft-.tci-Ju- 
il naa reporlctf 
I Tojluuar ; and 



L.hore. 



iia<l IM Hala 

raoipaitnt uflHi; aod IS, ■nOer the la> 
««r II.. ..<,(. . ...o .„ ,u. tiurweae «ar in l!U «. lie ba. rmi.cd ih< Indian McdaL 
Majui Ma..L..>:i.ui a.<<cd in A<a, and bjia ncelTrd Iha Medal. 

Major Vlullr, Mr.rd In lb« Unroiex «ar, and bat icral.cJ Ibe Indian War Medal. 
CapLuii Nr.i.la aertcd lu Cauada <lunn( the rtbelliou ol IKfl aud ISW, and waa eurafed 
• at St. Kiiatacbe. 

Capt. Do«kcr xncd u .KdjttUol of the (ih in the KaAr War of lUi and 47. 



152 



\st {The Royal) Regiment of Foot. 



Lieutenants. 
2 Spencer Geo. Aug. Thursby 

2 Spencer Vansittart 

1 Geo. Gwavas Carlyon 

1 Frederick Carter, Adj 

1 Frederick Wells 

1 Thomas Henry Breedon .... 

2 John Alex. Gavin Campbell 

1 Richard George Coles 

2 Thomas Edward Bidgood . . 
2 William James Gillura .... 
2 George Taaffe 

1 Hastings Fowler Jones .... 

2 Wm. Fortescue Scott 

2 Henry Francis Bythesea.o . . 

1 George Rowland 

2 Henry Whichcote Turner^f// 
2 Bingham H. Edw. Muller . . 
1 John Alexander Chrystie.. . . 

1 Charles James Phillipps 

2 Theobald M'Kenna 

1 Frederick Augustus Smith . . 

2 Edw.T.St.LawrenceMccGwire 
1 Charles Edmondstone Kirk 

1 Henry Hawley Smart 

2 Stephenson Simon Bristowe 
1 Henry John Scroope 

Ensigns. 

1 William Bellew 

2 Montagu Adam Henry Legge 

1 Wm. Fred. John Rudd 

2 Rupert George Brady 

2 William Spicer Cookworthy 

1 Charles Hunt 

1 Fred. Harry Hope 

1 Jerome James Murphy ... 

2 Fred. Pritzler Muller , 

1 Jas. Archibald Ruddell Todd 

2 Richard Llewellyn Williams 
2 Edward Andrew Stuart . . . . 

2 Thomas John Gregory 

2 Philip George Coney 

2 Alexander W. Low 

1 George Roe Fenwick 



P 15 Dec. 

P 30 April 

P 7 Sept. 

P17 Dec. 

12 Oct. 

P 26 Oct. 

P 2 Aug. 

P 3 May 

P 25 June 

P14 Feb. 

P19 Dec. 

p 21 Apr. 

15 July 

P 26 Sept. 

P 30 Nov. 

30 Mar. 

29 Dec. 

p 2 July 

P17 Dec. 

P 2 Feb. 

P 1 June 

P19 Oct. 

P 5 Nov. 
20 Oct. 

P 18 Jan. 

P 15 Feb. 



P 28 July 43 
P 5 Sept. 43 
P 29 Dec. 43 
__ P23 Feb. 44 
41 j 2 Aug. 44 

41 P]9 May 43 

42 Pll Apr. 45 
44 I P 14 May 47 

44 I P 22 June 47 

45 : P 2 July 47 
45 : p 3 Sept. 47 
46!p22 Oct. 47 
43} 18 Feb. 48 



'1 
45 I P 2 Feb. 49 
P 15 Nov. 50 
P21 Feb. 51 
14 Mar. 51 
20 July 51 
P16 Sept. 51 
49 1 P 19 Mar. 62 
49 i P 30 Apr. 52 
49 j P 21 May 52 
47 I P 2 Jan. 52 



P 16 Feb. 50 
P15 Mar. 50 
P 22 Nov. 50 
P 17 Jan. 51 
P 14 Mar. 51 
P17 June 51 
P 16 Sept. 51 
P 17 Oct. 51 

17 June 51 
P17 Apr. 52 
P 14 May 52 
P 21 JNIay 52 
P 11 June 52 
9 July 62 
P14 Sept. 62 

23 Nov. 52 



> 6 July 52 
' 14 Sept. 52 
12 Oct. 52 



4. Dr. Knox was actively employed during 
the rebellion in Canada in 1837, 39, and 69, 
and was present in sole medical charge of 
the troops in the action of St. Charles. 



Paymaster 



C 1 James Espinassc, 8 Feb. 39 
•s. { 7 April, 25; CVjoMlJuly,37. 



Feb. 21 ; Lieut. 
V /April, -.jo; cr/jor. ijjulv,37. 

(. 2 William John BampHeld, 30 June 48 ; Ens. 18 Mar. 42 ; Lieut. 
Adjutants ^ ^ ^*^'"'- ^'^'"■^ Whichcote Turner, 11 Dec. 49. [12 Sept. 46. 

' i\ Lieut. Frederick Carter, 12 Oct. 52. 
Quarter-Masters. 
2 Joseph Swaine, 20 Nov. 46. 

1 Joseph M'Gee, 8 Sept. 46. 

Surgeons. 

2 George Gordon Robertson, MD., 25 June 44; Assist. -Surg. 12 Aug. 34. 
1 Alexander Knox,'' M.D., 16 Mar. 44; Assist.-Surg. 12 Apr. 33. 

S 1 James Mee, 28 March 45. 



Assistant-Surgeons. 



X 2 Robert Beresford Smyth, M.D., 15 Nov. 50. 



taangs TMwe— Agent, Andrew Lawrie, Esq.— Irish Agents, Messrs. Cane & Sous. ! 

i^st Battalion returned from Nova Scotia, 2 Aug. 51 . Head quarters at Portsmouth.] 
[2d Battalion returned from Barbadoes, 26 Feb. 46. 



Head quarters at Cork.] 



] 2nil ( The Queen's Royal) Regt. of Foot 153 



YeuT.' 



Jinib. for C.ofO. Hope 84 June 1851. 

Depot at Kinsale. 

" r*« Ptuchal Lamb," wUli the mottoi " I'rittintt cirtutis tiitiiiur,"aaA " Wei fjrurite Irhimptiant." The 
yur*n'jCy;</n-r within the Gurter.liuviiiKlhc Crown over It. On the Grenadiers* Cups, the hiiin't Crest and 
the Quern's Ci/phcr ami Crotrn ; unJ on the Uruni» the (imrn's liijihrr. The Siiliiii.r, with the word* 
"EOYI>T"— "•■VIMIER.*"— "CORrNN.V" — "SAL.4.MAMA" — "VITTORIA" — "I'VHKNEES"— 
"MVELLK"—"TOVLOVSE"— "PENINSULA"— '•AI'FOHAMSTAN"-"UHUZ.NEE"—"KHELAT.' 

Culond. 

5, ' 9 Wi Alct. George, Lord Sultouii,' KT. KCU., GCII., Ens. 28 .\pril 02 ; Lt. 

' 1 Sept. 02 ; Ctipt. 7 Sept. 04 ; Lt.-Col. 2J Doc. la ; Col. 27 May 2j ; Mt^j.- 

Uen. 10 Jan. 37 ; Lt.-Gen. Nov. 4(i ; Col. of the Queen's Royals, 7 Aui;. 46. 

Lieut. -Colonel. — John Burns, Ens. i'27 .\pr. 27 ; Limt. i' 15 March 33 ; Capt. 

V 18 May 38 ; Major, i' 23 May 48; Licut.-Col. i' 17 June 51. 
-l/^V'o;*.— Stanhope William Jephson,^ Ens. i'26 Nov. 30; Lieut. I'l'J Feb. 36; 

Capt. 1'28 Dec. 41 ; Major, i' 4 Aujr. 48. 
Thoinus Weston Eastbrook llolilsworth,* En.-!. i'15 Jan. 36; Lieut, i' 14 Dec. 
38 ; Capt. t' Ki .^iig. 42 ; Major, v 17 June 51. 



Full Half 

26 
23 

17 



Captains. 
O. Robinson,* /. c. 1 1 \ov. 51 

Thomas Addison* 

Demetrius W. G. James' 
Edward Selbv Smyth* . . 
Richard HilfRocke .... 
Raymond lu^lia 



ENSIUN. 



10 Sept. 51 
7 May 52 
18 Feb. 43 



5 Oct. 20 i 24 Jan. 25jPl9Feb. 36 

15 Sept. 37 31 Jan. 3f) i> 16 Dec. 45 

I' 31 Jan. 40 i'15Dec.40 !• June 46 

I' 26 Jan. 41 29 May 43 p 4 Aug. 48 

7 Jan. 42 i'30 May 43 ;P 2 Nov. 49 

22 Nov. 43 P 11 Feb. 48 1 1' 15 Mar. 50 

Cecil Squire ' '' June 46 P 19 Sept. 48 p 17 June 51 

I Fretlerick Connor ''29 Sept. 38 27 Jan. 40 

Frederick Mathias ' p 16 Dee. 45 p 26 Mav 48 

Thomas Chute'" 1 P24 Feb. 32 p 9 Dec. 36 

Lieutenants. ' 

Robert Holdsworth ''25 Sept. 46 p 2 Mar. 49 

Frances Lionel Oct. Atty 1 Jan. 47 •< 4 Mav 49 

John Charles Weir [^ 9 June 48 p 2 Nov. 49 

Robert C.Ramford,rf.^rf;'.'i' 5 Sept. 34 p 12 July 3!) 
Jas.Har^voodRocke,--l(//. ? 4 Aug. 48 ?! Mar. 50 

John Tolcher , i" 19 Sept. 48 "' 9 May 51 

John Chalmers 1 1- 2 Mar. 49 p 17 June 51 

William llenrv Grimston 29 June 49 P17 June 51 

P19 Oct. 49 P17 June 51 

P23 Nov. 49 

p 15 Mar. 50 

P 16 May 51 

P 12 July 50 



'John Thomi)son 

Charles Gibbs 

Lord Clias. Edward Hay 
R. C. Thomson, d.pni. . . 

Richai-d Stack 

Ensign.-*. 
William Henrj- Spencer. . 

Jolm ("roome 

William Webber .Martin 

Herbert Belfield 

Fred. Stephen Steele . — 
John Cha. Tynvhitt Draki 
George Pomeroy Col ley 



P 18 June 51 
p 11 July 51 
p 12 Julv 51 
p 13 July 51 
5 Dec. 51 
P 16 Apr. 52 
28 Mav 52 



BHEV.-MAJ. 



7 Captain James tcrrcd in th« 

impaijpi in the Southern Mahratia 
country in 1S44 (including the ilonn 
capture of the fortress of I'u. 
nella), and part of that in the Con- 
can and Sawaut Warrce country in 
1844 and 45. 

a Capt. Smyth served as Brigade 
Major to tho Forces in the Soulhrro 
Concan and Sanant Warrc Country 

ring the campaign of 1844 and 46, 
including the »tormint; of several 
stockades, and tile investment and 

pturc of the Forts of Monohur and 



William Mackic 16 July 



P17 June 51 
10 Sept. 51 

P26 Mar. 52 
7 Mav 52 



10 Capt. Chute served in the IJnd throughout Sir 
Charles .Napier's operations in Scinde in IS4.t, includ- 
ing the destruction of Imaumghur in the driert. and 
the battles of .Meeanee and Hyderabad (Medal;, at 
which last he was wvercly wounded. 

11 Mr. Fosi served with the lOtb in the campaign 
on the Sutlej, and was present at the battle of 
Subraon (Medal). 



Pai/masfer.—OVwer Nicolls, 25 Nov. 45 ; Ens. v 13 Jan. 38 ; Lieut. 16 July 41. 
Adjutant.— Lieut. James llarwood Rocke, 26 March, 52. 
quarter-Master.— 3o\x\\ .Mansfield, 27 Oct. 40. 

Surijeon.—Mcuts CliuUm Foss," 17 June 51 ; Assist.-Surg. 26 Feb. 41, 
.-iMM/anf-^ur^oru.— John Edward Mottatt, 14 .Mar. 51. 
Fmncis llolton, M.B. 23 May 51. 

Facings Blue. — Agent, .Messrs. Cox A: Co. 
Irish Agents, Sir E. R. Borough, Jiart., Annit, i: Co. 

Saltoun serrcd in .Sieilv, In IMW and 7 ; Sir Juhn Moures campaign In lNJH.9, including Uie balUe of Corunna. 

B to Walrtiemi, IM«. Went lo Cadit In April IHll, and remained with the array unUl the end of the Peninsular 

K. aod was prr«enl at the ttumiliig of SriiUr, pasuge of thr BIdaSMM, balUe of Ihr Nivelle, acliolu of the 9lh, 

ijth Dee. I»I3 in front of Bidsrt. passage of the Adour, blueksdr of Usyonne aod repulse of the sortie. Served 

impaign of I8IX including the battlri of guaUe Bras and Waterloo, and the stunning of Peronne. In Dec. IMI 

...\ .n rummand of mnfurremenls fur China, and commawlrd a Brigade at the attack and capture of Chio 

Also the War Medal with three rlaspa f-ir Crunna, Sive, aiul Toulouse. 

. •rrred the campaign in AlfKhauisiBU and Belooehistan, including the slorm and rapture of Cihuiiice 

...rial. He senrJ also the caui|«isii in the Moulberu Mahralla niuntrr in 1S44 (iiieluding the storm 

lunell. , and that in th- ('.Mien!. !•! l^tj he eommanded the storming party at the Western Heights of 



rth served the r.\.; 
...flat (severely » 
, of the Fortresi • 

.r^^-.■., «..ui,.l. J i and of Khelal. .MrdAl I- r (. I, ullirr. 

« I aptain Addison sened the r.inpaign in Alignanistan and Heiooeluslau, including the stonn and rapture of Ghuinee 
Xtdal) and of KheUu He served as major of bngade the campMgn in th* Uouhern Mahr«lta country in 1»44 
isclading the storm of Panella,— wounded), and that >D the Concaa u> IIHJ. 
itk the Caflrrs on the Waterkloof Ucighta. 



iDclnding the storm and caplnre of Gbtunee 



ScTcrety wounded 14 Ucl. 1>UI in actios 



154 



12 



M {E. Kent) Regt. of Foot (or The Buff's.) [""^Vell^'f^ilZ'.''- 

The Dragon" Donno" "Talavera" "Albuhera" "Pyrenees" "Nivblle""Nive" 
" Peninsula" " Phnniar." Colonel. 
P Sir Henry King,» CB. KCH. KC, Cornet, 25 March, 94; Lieut. 12 Aug. 95- 

Capt. 3 May, 00 ; Major, 5 Feb. 07 ; Lt.-Col. 31 Dec. 11 ; Col. 27 May, 25 ; 

Major-Gen. 10 Jan. 37 ; i^.-ffe/i.9 Nov.46; Col. of the Buffs, 18 March, 45. 

Lieut enan t- Colonel. 

Charles T. Van Straubenzee,^ Ens. p 28 Aug. 28 ; Lieut. P 22 Feb. 33 ; Capt. 

p 10 Mar. 37; Mryor, 27 Aug. 43; Brevet-Lt.-Col. 30 April, 44 j Lt.-Col. 

11 Nov. 51. 
Majors. — James Talbot Airey/ Ens. 11 Feb. 30 ; Lieut, p 3 May 33 ; Capt. p 22 

July 42; Major, 11 Nov. 51. 
James Paterson,'' Ens. Pl7 May 21 ; Lieut. p4 Dec. 23; Cajjt. p5 Apr. 31 ; 

Brev.-Major, 23 Dec. 42 ; Major, 31 July 46. 



Captains. 

George Bridge 

Charles William Green . 
Fred. Francis Maude* . 

Hugh Smith,s g 

Walter Pownall 

John Floyd 

Charles Hood'' 

George James Ambrose . 

Henry John King 

Richard G.Amherst Luard 

Lieutenants 
Alex. HamiltonRobson,6r. 
Thomas Kains/ d. p?u. . . 

Cortlandt Taylor 

Augustus Edward Ellice 

John Lewes, d. adj 

PhilipHen.Prender. Aplin 
Rob. Sandford Warburton 
Penrose John Dunbar 
E. Ker Vaughan Arbiickle 
Arth. LannoyCoussmaker 

lames Pope, Adj 

William Wallis King 

Leonard Sidebottom .... 

Ensigns. 

Henry G. C. Burningham 

James BuUen Dennis . 

William Wainman 

Melville Aug. Walker .. 
William Eoss Turner. . . 
William James Newton. . 
WilUam Roger Si'ow. 



16 April 29 

7 April 38 

13 Mar. 40 

P 8 Jan. 41 

6 Dec. 44 

P17 Sept. 41 

P 26 June 44 

P 4 July 45 

P 8 Aug. 45 

July 45 

P25 Dec. 38 
P29 Nov. 39 
P 13 Feb. 46 
P 9 Apr. 47 
p 14 May 47 
21 April 46 
P 8 Oct. 47 
P 8 Dec. 48 
P 10 Dec. 47 

30 Nov. 49 

31 Mar. 48 
P 12, July 50 
P13 Dec. 50 

Pl4Mar. 51 
5 Dec. 61 
P12 Dec, 51 
P 18 Aug. 52 
P23 Nov. 52 
P17 Dec, 52 
p 18 Dec. 52 



CAPTAIN. 



BREV.-MAJ. 



21 Sept. 32 

13 Mar. 40 

P27 Aug. 41 

1 Nov. 42 
P18 Oct. 45 

2 Aug. 44 
P20 Nov. 46 

Nov. 46 
P 23 Apr. 47 
P 14 May 47 

P 29 May 40 

20 May 42 

10 Dec. 47 
p 31 Dec. 47 

6 Dec. 50 
23 Sept. 51 
P18 June 52 
P 30 Jan. 62 

21 May 52 
P12 Oct. 52 

1 1 Nov. 52 8 Major Airey acted as Aide- 
Pl2 Nov 5'' de-Camp to Sir Robert Sale at 
mo TVT ' r.o the storming of tlie Khoord Ca- 
1 2 J INov. O-^ bool Pass in Oct. 1841, and had 

his horse shot under him. He 
served as Aide-de-Camp to Major Gen. Elphin- 
stone, in AflFghanistan, from January 1841, and 
was present in every sliirraisli or sortie made by 
the garrison from the cantonments during the 
insurrection at Cabool, and was afterwards given 
up as a hostage. He acted as Aide-de-Camp to 
Sir John M'Caskill at the storming of Istaliff, 
and was present with the Buffs at the battle of 
Punniar (medal). 



28 Jan. 44 
Pl4 May 47 
P 10 Dec. 47 
P 10 Dec. 47 
P 6 Dec. 60 
P 13 Dec. 50 
P 7 Nov. 51 
P 12 Oct. 52 
P 12 Nov. 52 
P 23 Nov. 53 



5 Capt. Maude was present in 
the battle of Punniar (Medal) 
as Adjutant of the Butfs, and 
had his horse killed under him. 



Paymaster.— Yred. Geo. Syms, 25 June 47 ; Em. 22 Mar. 44 ; Lieut. 7 May 47 
Adjutant. — Lieut. James Pope, 10 Jan. 51. 

Quarter-Master.— WWWam. Stillwell, 27 Oct. 46. 
Surg.—'E.AgSiV Dumaresq Batt,"* 26 Nov. 52; Assist.-Surg. 12 Oct. 41. 
Assistant-Surgeons. — George Goforth Wyer, 21 Feb. 51. 
Dowell O'Reilly Clayton, MD., 11 Sept. 46. 

Facings Buff. — Agent, Charles R. M'Grigor, Esq. 
Irish Agents, Sir E. R. Borough, Bt., Armit, & Co. 

1 Sir Henry King served at the siege of Porto Rico, and capture of Trinidad, in 1797. Whilst quartered at Marin, t. 
windward of Martinique, he was ordered to proceed in a small vessel to St. Perre, with a detachment of twent>-six men, 
to form a guard for the Governor, Sir Wm. Keppel ; encountered a French privateer off the Diamond Ifnck, mounting four 
1 ong nines, with seventy men on board, which, after a sharp action of twenty minutes, was beaten off with a loss of ten ni-ii 
killed, and fifteen wounded ; Sir Henry having only one man killed, and himself wounded in the shoulder. Served thu 
Bgypt'ian campaign of 1801, including the action at the landing at Aboukir Bay, siege of the castle, and actions of the 2ls( 
March and 9th May at Rahmanie, at which latter he commanded a squadron of the 26th Light Dragoons, and lost his rishi 
log. Expedition to Walcheren, and siege of Flushing, 1809. Appointed Commandant of Tarifa in 1810, and for his services 
at its defence, his commission as Lieut. Colonel was antedated to the day of the assault, 31st Dec. 18 
lington's army a few days after the battle of Salamanca ; commanded the 82nd at the battle of Vittor 
of the action the command of the brigade devolved on hi -• -■ ■ . ...^ r, .-. 

for the battle of Vittoria. 

2 Lt-Col. Straubenzee served the campaign against the Rajah of Coorg in 1834. In the action of Maharajpore (Medal) on 
211th Dec. 1843, he succeeded to the command of the 39th regt. 

4 Major Paterson commanded the Grenadiers of the Coraeronians on the China expedition, and was present at the ope- 
rations before Canton from the 24th to the 31st May 1841, defence of Ningpo, at Segoan, Chapoo, Wuosung, Shanghar, 
Chin Kiang Foo, .ind Nanking. 

6 Captain Smith, Lieuls Robson and Kains, were present with the Buffs at the battle of Punniar ( Medal). 

7 Capt. Hood was employed in the year 181B, as Secretary on a Special Public Mission to the Argentine Repullic to 
settle thedifference on the part ofthe combined powers o'' England and France, and General Rosa, the Governor ol Buenos 

8 Surg. Batt served in the 98th, with the expedition to the North of Ch 
.and capture of Chin Kiang Foo, and at the investment of Nankin. H 
campaign, and was present at the battle of Goojerat (medal and clasp). 
to England with invalids, when that ship was burned and wrecked. 



led Lord Wei- 
rtards the close 
Henry has received the Egyptian medal, and the gold mcdnl 



la in 1842 (medal), and was present at the attack 
served with the 9th Lancers in the Punjaub 
Was on board the BuckinghamsMre, on passage 



m 

1^1 



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■t Burjr. J 



4fh ( T/ie Kt'nr/'s Own) Rrgt. of Foot. 



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" The Lion of England ••-•' CORIINNA "— " HADAJOZ"-" SALAM AN( A "-" VrTTORIA" 

" Sr. 8EDA8T1AN "— " NIVR"— " PKNIN8ULA"— " BLADENSHVmO"— " WATKRI.OD.' 

Colonel.—^ 5/r Thomas Bradfonl, ' GCH. OCM. Ens. -JO Oct. 179;); Lieui, 

9 Dec. 93 ; Capt. 15 .\pril, 94 ; M(ijor, 9 Sept. 95 ; Lieut.-Col. 1 Jan, 1 301 ; 

Col. 25 Julv, 10; M,{Jor-Gcn. 4 June, 13 j Lieut.-Gen. '27 May, 26; <?c/i. 

23 \ov.41 ; Cut. 4th Hegt. 7 1-el). 4G. 
Lieutenant-Colonel.— $j^ Arthur Hill Trevor,' KH., .ST/w. 1 Apr. 09 j Lieut. 

P I Jan. 10 ; Capt. i' 27 July 15; M(\jor, v 12 Dec. 2G; Jirex^et Lieut,-Col. 

23 Nov. 41 ; Lt.-Col. p 2 Fob. 44. 
M,ijors.—1^ William Sadiier,^ ^/i.?. 2 .\pril, 07; Lieut. 4 5Iav, 09 ; Capt. 2.-, 

Autj. 25 ; Mtijor, 4 Feb. 3ti ; Brer. Lt.-Col. 1 1 Nov. 51. 
Th.'taas Williams, Ens. p 12 t^opt. 22 ; Lieut, i' 7 July, 25 ; Cti/Jt. p 17 June 28 ; 

iirer.-A/fy., 23 Nov. 41 ; Maj or, 1 June, 45 ; Brcv. Lt.-Col. 11 Nov. 51. 

I ENSIGN. 



Captains. 



LIEUT. I captain. UKEV.-.MAJ 



John Joslah Hort 20 Nov. 40 p 30 Sept. 421 p 29 Dec. 4fi 

Hercules Atkin Welman* p 17 Jan. 40 10 Mar. 43 3 Feb. 47 








' Henry Balguy 

John Cowell Bartley 

j Spencer Stewart. . . . 

A 






William Wllbv ' P 27 May 30 I p 7 Oct. 37 

"^ • ■' P29 April 42 I P 20 Oct. 43 

P26 Apr. 39 p 20 Oct. 40 
Pll May 41 PIG June 43 
Pl9 Aug. 3U|P 1 Feb. 39 
27 May 30 I 27 Oct. 39 
P 27 July 38' 9 April 41 



11 



^ I? 



Archil)al(l Rutlierfoord . . 

Thoma.s .Martin" 

George Latham Thomson' 
Dominic Jacotin Gamble 

LlElTKNANTS. 

Theobald Peitper Roberts 

William Trail Arnold 

Francis Edwin Maiinsel! . . 
S. B. Moody Skinner. . . . 
Octavius Yorke Cocks . . 
.\ug. IMw. Henry Ansell 

Jasper Hall 

James Barton 

M. Hamilton Dowbiggen 
Patrick Robertson ' .... 

Thomas Knott, A((j 

Hodder Roberts 

Henry Kirwan Robinson 

E.VSIGNS. 

Francis F'ishfr Hamilton 

James Taton 

Henry Edward Forster . . 

Thomas Slieppard 

William M'inniett 

Cuthlwrt Eccles 

John Philip Bohun Forster 
Augubtiu Joseph Sykes. . 



P 10 Dee. 47 

P12 Nov. 47 

22 Aug. 50 

P 24 Sept. 47 

7 Mar. 51 

.5 Dec. 51 

P 9 July 52 

P 19 April44 p25 Feb. 45i i' IG July 52 



P 15 Dec. 40 1 2Aug.44| , c«pt. Weia 

P 20 Nov. 46 2 Nov. 48i detacbmcDt of ilie SOtb, einbarkci 

Pl-^ Tiinp 4r> "') Ttpi' 40 •" ''"^ privBfc schooner .trirl et 

1- June 4() -J Jjec. 4J| „^^ „piure b, .urprise of thr 

5 April 4G P 28 Dec. 49 piraticJ .chooner ;/aA«oin «h«r. 

P '10 Mnr 47 Pl7 M-iv .^O bourof the McrcuryliUnJt on the 

22 Dec. 48 ^ 22 Aug. 50 ctned the thanks of Ihc Gotem^r 
P 2 Feb. 49 P 31 Jan. 51' of New ZealanJj^and .heapproba 



P30Ju„e48:PlGSept.5i:^^^^^^-;^^FL.,e. ■ 
7 Apr. 48 ' "^ »^ - -1 .. .. 

28 Aug. 4(1 

p 9 Feb. 49 

P 18 Jan. 50!p16 



Dec. 51, MooUkce, Fero«e«h 

P 9 July 52 ''"°" ■*''"*»' *"'""° ■='"?'• 

9 July 52; 

July 52 



P 18 Jan. 
P15 Feb. 



5 Capt. Balgiiv icrreii with the 6ih In the K«m 
>r of ISIS and 1817. 

6 Cnpt. Mariln »et»ed with the 18th Ran' '"-i'l' 
Pl7 Jlay 50 ,' throughout th'? China Expedition (Medal), and » i. 
oil Vnl -1 pri-»ent at the stormins ol Amoy. attick and i-aptiit.. 
I 14 leu. Ol „f chapoo.Woo.unii. Shanchal. and Chin KianK Vo.. 

18 Jan. 50 .(whire he eommandrd the Light Company), and in- 

p 9 July 52 I «••">"<«»' N''""'"- , „ ,^ „ 

i> 1(1 I I -o I ' Capt. Tboraion »er»ed in the CaOtt War, under 
lU JUiy 0^\ 5j, Benjamin D'Urban. 

P17 Aug. .521 

Ens. P4 Nov. 30; Lt. 






Paymaster. — Wadhain Wyiidham Bond, 25 Jan. 50 ; 
March, 39. 

7 Ailjutnnt.— Lieut. Tlioma« Knott, 8 Feb. 60. 

4 Quarter-Master.— io\\n Leahy, 21 Dec. 40. 
18 Swrj^roM.— Richard Francis Valpy De Lisle, 5 Nov. 62 ; Aulst.-Surg. 27 Aug. 41. 

1 .AitUt ant-Surgeon. — William Bovd, 12 March 52. 

Faeinijs Blue.— /Ij;c>i/ji, Messrs. Cox & Co. [Ret. from Madra.-^, 25 Sept.48.] 

I Sir Ttioinoa Rrailfonl kttmI in IrclBnd<lurinKllic Rebellion in I7W. Ill' was pinplojt.l n* an As-lslant 
Ar^ittant-Generml with the Army in iUnoTcr under Lord Caihcnrt In 1805; nXto in the aiimo ntpticii)- llio 
foIlowlnK year to the tntopi under Sir S. Aiirhniuljr di^lined to reinforce (iennral llervaford in the Hiror 
PUl«; in Seiilembcr, however, ho wu appointed Ueputjr Adjatant-Ut'n<'ral niid Cli efurthat Deparliuent tu 
the iroo|x »tr» inx m South America : durinK Ihia campaicn he wa» preoenl nt the wcije of Monti- Video and 
the Btuck previoua to it, aj also iliat on Buinoi Aynt. In June HiW he itos appid'trd to the AdjUlnnt 
(ieorral't i>epartmrDt of the Army in P*rtuK«l, and waj prtrs«nt at the bitttltt of Vlmleni nnd Cnruuna. 
He cominandiil a Hriiiade of the PortiiKurse Arm) fr«»iii the end of 1811 to the Erneml peace in I8U, and 
was engaced at lb.' bottle i>f .■<ulamunra, sieKc ol Hursos, battle of Vittoria, ntsnull of Tolosa, allack of Iho 
outworks of San Sebastian and siege of that f<irtr»ss, actions of the Nivc on the Dili, loili, llih, and iaih 
Drc. Irtis near Uiaiiti, passafe of the Adour, inTeaiinent of Uayorae and npulsc of the sortie, at which lio 
was sereroly wnundi-d. Sir Thomas has reccm-'l a cross and one clasp tor I'oruiina, SBlamnncn, Vittoria. 
»«n Srbaitian.pind Nire. 

I l.inil.Col. Treror lerred with the Mrd in Oennany and Mclland In ISIS and II, Ineludinf Ijoth aUacki on Merirn: 
•^rmilona in front of Anrwrrp, and the •torroinf of Berfrn-opZoom Serred alio the campaign of ISIi. loeludlug tl)» 
aetinn at Uaatrr Brat, rrirrat on the following diy, battle of Waterloo, adran re to and eapture of Paris. Al»« I r. 
itnsle* alth the Hrd, and In China with the tMh. 

3 l.t. fol. !»«dllir S'TTed In Sicily from July tPOH to June 191S, and was t"">>»ent at tlic capture of tho 
Islands of Isrhia unl Proclda. Serrid subsequently In the Penln»uln. Iiulu.linn the battle of Castalla 
and sleife of Tarrmtona, action at Villa Franca, besides rarious minor afTulra : »erved alio in the American war, 
including the attack on Platuburv. 



156 6th Regt. of Foot {Nor thumberland Fusiliers) ['''"'"" ^fj^^^.'ir"''"'' 

" Qjw Fata Vocant," surmounting St. George and the Dragon. On the corners of the ^nd colour Hie 
Rose and Crown; onthc ca^js <7«;King's Crest ; also St. Gt'orgekilling theDragon. ""VVILHELMSTAHL" 
— " ROLEIA"— " VIMIERA"— " CORUNNA"— "BUSACO"— " CIUDAD RODRIGO"— " BADAJOZ"— 
" SALAMA NCA"—" VITTORIA"— " NIVELLE"— " ORTHES"— " TOULOUSE "— " PENINSULA." 
Years' Serv. 

Colonel. 
^ Sir John Grey,' KCB. Ens. 18 July, 98; Lt. 8 May, 99; Capt.^l Oct. 
03; Major, 27 Nov. 06; Lieut.- Col. 6 Feb. 12; Col. 22 July, 30; Major- 
Gen. 28 June, 38 ; Zt.-Gen. 11 Nov. 51 ; Col. 5tli Fusiliers, 18 May, 49. 



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1 






Lieut.- Col 07iel. 
Philip Melmoth Nelson Guy, Ens. p 23 Sept. 24 ; Lieut. P 12 June 28 ; 
Cajit. P29 Dec. 37 ; Maj. 20 July 47 ; Lieut.-Col.P2l May, 50. 

Majors. 
Heniy F. F. Johnson, Ens. '22 Nov. 36; Lieut, p 23 April 39; C«;>f . p 20 Jan. 

43; Major, P5 Oct. 49. 
Walter Craufurd Kennedy, Ens. 27 Oct. 31 ; Lt. 10 Nov. 34; Capt. p21 Feb. | 

40; 3Iajor,P2\ Mav, 50. ^ 



Captaii 



2d LIEUT. 



James Egbert Simmons^ 
\Vm. Seymour Scroggs.. 
William Chester blaster 
George Bryan Milman . . 

Griffin Nicholas 

John Wallace Colquitt . . 

John Massy* 

Ferdin. Wm. L'Estrange 
W^illiam Newhouse^ .... 

William Lyons 

Lieutenants. 
Arthur Watson Palmer. . 
John Swaine Hogge .... 
Garthshore Stirling Home 
Arthur England Johnson 

John Henry Chads 

Francis Henry Pender . . 
George John Stewart. . . . 

Charles Carter 

Albert Ernest Ross, Adj. 

John Flood 

Wm. Henry Petty Meara 

George Bennett 

Robert Le Marchant Gray 
2nd Lieutenants. 

William Leach 

Legh Richmond Parry ..; 
William Marcon Carter. . 1 
Edw. Reginald Simmons 
Robert Harris Hardy . . i 

John Templemaii 

Geo. Hen. J. M. Chapman; 
John Kysh ] 



20 Jan. 32 
P 12 June 35 
P 23 April 39 
P24 May 39 

8 April 34 
P17 Jan. 40 
P 3 Dec. 29 

27 Dec. 42 

14 Sept. 15 

15 Jan. 41 

24 Feb. 43 

P 9 June 43 

24 Feb. 44 

26 July 44 

9 Jan. 41 
P 27 Mar. 46 
P31 July 46 

13 Nov. 46 

22 Dec. 46 

23 Dec. 46 

24 Dec. 46 
P 29 Dec. 46 

15 April 46 

P 21 July 47 
P 30 July 47 
p 29 Dec. 48 

29 June 49 
P 19 Oct. 49 
P17 Jan. 51 
P21 Nov. 51 

6 July 52 



29 May 35 

p 21 June 39 

p 26 Oct. 41 

20 Sept. 42 

26 May 36 

P 30 Dec. 42 

P 16 Sept. 36 

9 Jan. 46 

17 Sept. 18 

12 Sept. 43 



P 31 July 46 
9 Nov. 46 

23 Dec. 46 

24 Dec. 46 
12 May 44 

P 30 July 47 
P 21 Aug. 49 

4 Oct, 49 
P28 Dec. 49 
P 21 May 50 
P 5 Dec. 51 

8 Mar. 52 
P 8 June 49 



CAPTAIN. BREV.-MAJ. 



P23 July 4lj 

9 Nov. 46j 

p 29 Dec. 46! 

P 29 Jan. 47 

22 Dec. 45' 

P 20 July 47| 

30 July 47' 

P 7 Mar. 51 j 

13 Jan. 37 

8 Mar. 52 



3 Captain Simmons served 
the campaign in Alfghanistan 
and Beloochistan, as Adjutant 
of the Queen's Royals, includ- 
ing the storm and capture of 
Ghuznee (Medal) and Klielat; 
at the storm of each of these 
fortresses ho was severely 
wounded. 

4 Captain Massy served the 
Campaign against the Rajah 
of Coorg with the 48th in 1834. 

5 Maj. Newhouse served in the 
Light Division of the Deccan Army 
in the Mahratta war of 1817 and 
1818, as e^itra Aide de-Camp to 
Sir Lionel Smith, and commanded 
a Rassela of the Poona Auxiliary 
Cavalry, and was wounded at the 

action of the 31st Jan. 1818. Served also in two expe- 
ditions to Cutch, the first in 1819, under Sir William 
Kier Grant, in which he volunteered with the Grena- 
dier Company of the 65th in the storming of the Hill 
Fort of Bhooj, which was taken by escalade : in the 
second in 1820 with the right wing of the 65th, with the 
force under Colonel the Honourable Lincoln Stanhope. 
He served likewise on two Expeditions to the Gulf of 
Persia — the 1st in 1819 under Sir W. K. Grant, and 
the 2nd in 1821, under Sir Lionel Smith ; and he was 
present at the battle and taking of Poonah in 1817, for 
which he has a Medal. 

Dec. 51; Ens. 12 Nov. 46; Lieut. 



Paymaster. — Frederick Blanco Foister, 
13 Oct. 48. 

7 Adjutant. — iieit^ Albert Ernest Ross, 9 Sept. 51. 
6 Q?<rt/-^er-7t/a«^er.— Robert Webster, 19 July 47. 
13 Surgeon. — Edward Scott Docker, 14 Mar. 51 ; Assist.-Surg. 29 Dec. 40. 
Assist.-Surgeons. — Dudley Hanley, M.D., 20 July 47. 
Henry Bowles Franklyn, 26 March, 52. 

Facings Bright Green. — Agents, Messrs. Barron & Smith. 

1 Sir John Grey served in the East Indies in the campaign against Tippoo Sultan, including the battle of Mallavelly, the 
attack of the Tope and Sultan peltah before Seringapatam, siege of Seringapatam, and on the storming party at the assault- 
medal for this service. Served in the Peninsula with the 5th, and was a major in the 2nd battalion when the French and 
Polish Lancers attacked that regiment at El Bodon ; present at the siege of Ciudad Rodrigo, also at the scaling of the fausse 
hraye on the night of the storm, and at the storming of the great breach, which was carried by the 2nd battalion of the 6th 
regiment— twice wounded during the siege : present also at the action of Fuente Guinaldo. On the 29th Dec. 1843, with the 
left wing of the Army of Gwalior, he defeated a MahratU force of twelve thousand men, at Punniar (Medal), and captured 
all their guns, 24 in number, one standard, all their ammunition, and some treasure, &c. Sir John has also received the 
War Medal with one clasp for Ciudad Rodrigo. 



^imV"'^,2J. M"r.'efb.try'] 6M ( The Royul \st IVaricickshire) Reyt. of Foot. 1 57 



Tlte Anletopc."- 
dien' ca()», " 
"PYREXKES". 



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-On llio three corner* of the second colour," Tlif Itoie tiiid Cronii." — And on tlie Creiiu- 
r/i* Kinij'i Cml."—" ROLEIA"— " VIMIEHA" — " CORUNNA" — " VITTUKIA"— 
-" NIVELLE"— " 0RTHE8"— •• PENINSULA"—" NIAGARA." 

I Colonel, 

P Heiirv James Ruldell,' K.ll. Eii.i. March, 98: Lkiit. 1!) April, U8 ; Ctipt. 24 

Dec. 02 ; Major, 10 Dec. 07 ; Lieut. -Col. 4 juue, 13; Colonel, 22 July, 30 ; 

Major-Gen. 23 Nov. 41 ; Lt.-Gen. 11 Nov. 51 ; Col. (jih I'oot, 2o June, 61. 
' Lieutenant-Colonel. 

jjohii Michel, Ensitpi, p 3 Apr. 23; Lieut, p 28 Apr. 2J; Cajit. '' 12 Dec. 2U ; 

Major, PC Mar. 40; Lieut. -Col. I'lii April, 42. 
\ Majors. — Andrew Armstron;; Barnes, Ensign, 21 July, 25; Lieut. 28 May, 

2i) ; Capt. P 1 July, 36; Brevet-Major, D Nov. 4() ; "iV«>>-, I'J Juue. 48. 
Itobt. W. Macleod Fraser,' Ens. b July 33; Lt. p 17 Julv 36; Capt. v 16 April 
] 42; Major, V 2(5 Dec. 51. 



Captains. 



, Morris James Hall [p 15 Mar. 33 j 7 Jan. 30 

J. Elphinston Robertson p8 April 37 p21 June 3U 



Reginald Peel 

John Craven Mausergh.. 

Edward Staunton 

Edward James Blanckley, 
\Vm. Albert Stratton. . .". 
(t Godfrey .\rmytagc .... 
George Grant Webb'". . . . 
Henry Pratt Gore 

LlElTENAXTS. \ 

\Vm. Edward Robertson ^ 
' Philip Aug. Mosse, d. pin. 



5 June 40iPl4 April 43 
2(j Nov. 30 11 July 34 



4 Dec. 34 
17 Jan. 38 
19 Nov. 44 
29 Nov. 45 



17 May 31 

22 May 35 

27 May 42 
P 1 Nov. 42 

20 Mar. 40 p 28 Dec. 41 
P21 Julv 43 I' 10 June 46 

I 
P14 April 43 1 P 9 June 46 



Charles Parker Catty 
Richard Thompson . . . 
Fretlerick William Gore . 
John H. Ford Elkington 



16 Apr. 4 
2 May 45 

8 Aug. 45 

9 June 40 

28 Aug. 46 



31 July 46 

29 Jan. 47 
12 Nov. 47 

7 Apr. 48 

30 Mar. 49 
26 Dec. 51 
26 Dec. 61 
16 Jan. 52 

6 July 52 

9 July 52 

3 Nov. 46 24 Sept. 52 

J6 Dec. 51, P 20 Nov. 52 



7 

18 Aj.r. 51 
11 Apr. 51 



CAPTAIN. 



p 1 Nov. 42 

P27 Oct. 43 

P 28 Nov. 45 

31 July 46 

31 July 40 

7 Aug. 46 

P30 Mar. 49 

P 2(> Dec. 51 

24 Sept. 52 

P 26 Nov. 52 



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W. Lee,' ad. Q-M.2SJune44 28 July 46 

Edward Lloyd p 12 Nov. 47 

Nicholas Appleby Spoor p 7 Apr. 48 

Edwiu Grogan 

Robert Unwin 

Fra. Wm. Hy. M'Cleland 
Walter Tykr Hartley . . | 
Ensigns. ] 

William Grove Aiineslev p 23 Jan. 52 , „ ... ,^ ..... 

... , , ,, ,, , .• „ ,. ; . - C C«pt. Wckb sfrvcd with the Lrft Wing of ihr 

Richard Henry Goodwin ? 24 Jan. ui Queen-f Ro,.i. durinj tht c«np«ign of isi* mnd ii .n 

William Pitt Prest P 13 Feb. 52 ^' Southrm Concan lod Saoiui Wirtcc Countr>-. in- 

Johu DaWbOn [ 28 May 52 "='"'""« "■• "onning of «v,r.l .t«k«lc.. .nd the ■„. 

. . , .- ,' «,.''. vcitmeol and capture of the rorta of Monobur and 

Joiin L. Otway Manscrgh P 9 July 52 Munmntmh. 

Lewis Hlvth Hole 3 Dec. 52 ' Lieut. Lee XTred with the Royal Marines at the 

capture of the Uland of Carabuaa, together nith tetei'l 
piratical veueU in iu harl>our, in 182S-9. 



IW. C. F. Burlton Ikunett p17 Dec. 



2^ I Payinatter. — Sydney Jaiucti Timbrell,' 
! 10 Nov. 43. 



9 Mt 



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Mav 42 ; Lieut- 



A(i/utant.— Lieut. William Lee,' 23 July 46. 
Quarter-Master. — John Croker, 28th July, 46. 

.Surgeon. — Egerton James Pratt, 7 May 62; A.^sii^t.-Surg. 11 June 41. 
Atsistant-Surgeom. — Henry Vereker Bindon, 12 June 46. 
Win. Fred. Toreato Ivey, 30 May 45. 
Facing* Blue. — Agents, .Messrs. Cox aiid Co. 

1 Lieut.-(icn. Riddell trrved ai Dfpuljr-AuUt.-Quvner-Uaster-Grneral at the capture of Copenhagen in 
1807 ; and a« Aaiutant-tJuartcr-Mastcr-UeueraJ on the eailcin coatt of Spain and at licnoa, with the unnf 
under Ixird William Bentinck. 

:> M^or Pra«er act4d a> •lafl: officer to a detachment (cnt from Itombay In 1^S7 ii|:aiii>t the rebi^li in 

iiiara. He terrcd alto in the Kaltlr war of 1S4«1-4T. 

.' Hajrmaalcr Timbrell aervrd the rampaitn of IM/i-ll on lh« Sutle) iMi-lal , in d wa» picwnt In the 
...ttleaof .Moodkee. Kero/c»hah, Biid.l.v.il. Miw .1 ;..,,! -Mir...,,,, ui wln.h i..vt )..■ Im<1 both hit thigh bon.» 
broken bjr Krapc-thot. 



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158 IthRegt. of Foot, {Royal Fusiliers.) [a'piyS"' 

In the centre of the colours, The " Rose" within the "Garter" and the " Crown" over it. 

And in the corners of the second Colour, The " White Horse." " Martinique" — 

"Talavera" — "Albuheka" — " Badajoz" — " Salamanca" — " Vittoria" — 

"Pyrenees" — "Orthes" — "Toulouse" — "Peninsula." 



Years' Serv. 


59 


Full 


Half 


Pay. 


Pay. 


27 


f. 


23 


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19 





19 


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17 





16 





14 





14 





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Colonel. 

T^ Right Hon. 5t/- Edward Blakeney,' GCB. GCH. Cornet ^% Feb. 1794; Lieut. 

24 Sept. 94; Capt. 24 Dec. 94; Major, 17 Sept. 1801 ; Lieut.-Cul. 25 April, 

08: Col. 4 June, 14; Major-Gen. 27 May, 25; Lieut.-Gen. 28 June, .38 ; 

Col. 7th Fusiliers, 20 Sept. 32, 

Lieut.-Colonel. 
Lacy Walter Yea, Bns. p6 Oct. 25; Lieut. Pl9 Dec. 26; Cajit. p30 Dec. 36 ; 
3Icgor, p3 June, 42; Lieut. -Col. P9 Aug. 50. 
Majors. 
Richard Wilbraham,- 2nd Lieut., p 25 Mar. 28 ; Lieut. 25 May, 33 ; Capt. p22 
July, 36 ; Brev.-Maj. 31 Dec. 41 ; Maj. p 19 Jan. 44 ; Brev. Lt.-Col. 1 1 Nov. 51 . 
Thomas St. Vincent Hope Cochrane Troubridge, Ens. P 24 Jan. 34; Lieut. 
P30 Dec. 36 ; Capt. p 14 Dec. 41 ; Major, p9 Aug. 50. 



Captains. 

Arthur John Pack, 5. .. 
Hon. Charles Luke Hare 

Wm. R. Browne 

Herb. Wat. Wms.Wynn 
Albany French Wallace,^ 

Frederick Mills 

W. Harcourt Carter .... 
Hon. William Monck . . 
Rob. Fra. Lascelles Jenner 
Reginald Yonge Shipley 

Lieutenants. 
Plomer J. Young, ?•.... 
Fred. John G. Whitehead 
George Rashleigh Edgell 
Dugald Stewart Miller . . 
Charles Edw. Watson . . 
W.H. Dominic Fitz Gerald 
T. Beckwith Speedy,*^^/-. 
William Jesse Hoare .... 
Richard William Aid worth 
Hon. Cavendish Browne 

Thomas Tryou 

Godfrey Goodman Mosley 

Dudley Persse 

Hugh Robert Hibbert . . 
Richard Williams Tliomas 
Rich. L. Otway Pearson 

Frederick Palmer 

Charles Cullen Maunsell 
Henry Wm. Paget Butler 
Aug. Johnnes Leeson . . 
Robert H. H. Keightley 



P 9 Aug. 33 
P18 Mar. 36 
29 Sept. 37 
P 5 July 39 
P 5 Apr. 39 
P 25 Jan. 39 
P 4 Oct. 39 
P 28 Aug. 40 
P 4 Apr. 45 
P 5 Dec. 43 



11 May 38 P 1 Nov. 39 
P25 Nov. 42 P 8 Oct. 44 
P 14 July 43 P 20 Dee. 44 
P 27 Sept. 42 p 8 Aug. 45 
P 13 Oct. 43 P 8 Aug. 45 

' 8 Oct. 44 P 27 Mar. 46 

15 Mar. 39 23 Oct. 41 
' 12 Jan. 44 p 1 May 46 

19 Aug. 44 P22 Oct. 47 
' 5 Nov. 47 P 25 Sept. 49 

12 May 48 p 1 Feb. 50 
P 1 May 46 P 1 1 May 49 

16 June 48 p 5 April 50 
P28 Sept. 47 p 16 Aug. 50 

18 Aug. 48 P 7 Mar. 51 
3 Dec. 47 p 4 April 51 
8 June 49 p 18 July 51 
P 23 Feb. 49 p 28 May 52 
'17 Sept. 50 P 9 July 52 
14 June 50 p21 May 52 
2 Apr. 41 11 Nov. 45 
Paymaster. — Henry Dixon, 29 Oct. 62 ; Ens. p 6 Feb. 47 ; Lieut, p 29 Dec. 48. 
Adjutaiit. — Lieut. Thomas Beckwith Speedy/ 7 March 51. 
Quarter-Master. — John llogan, 1 Oct. 47. 

Surgeon.— John Mitchell, M.D. 12 Jan. 44 ; Assist.-Surg. 13 Nov. 32. 
Assistant Surgeon. — Thomas Moore Siinter, M.B., 6 Oct. 43. 
Facings Blm.— Agents, Messrs. Cox & Co. 
[Returned from Nova Scotia 25 June 50.] 
1 Sir Edward Blakeney accompanied the expedition under Major Gen. White to the West Indies, and was 
present at the capture of Denierara, Berbice, and Essequibo, in 1796: in the course of this service he was 
three times taken prisoner by Privateers and suffered severe hardships. In 1799 he accompanied the expe- 
dition to Holland, and was present in the actions of the HJtli and 19th Sept., and also in those of the 2nd 
and 6th October. In 1807 he sailed with the Royal Fusiliers to the Baltic; joined Lord Cathcart's expedi- 
tion, and was present at the capture of the Danish Fleet and surrender of Copenhagen. In 1809 he was 
present at the capture of Martinique. In 1811 he sailed for Lisbon in command of the Fusiliers, and during 
that and the following campaigns of 1812, 13, and 14, he was present at the battles of Busaco and Albuhera— 
leverely wounded through the thigh; action at Aldea de Ponte, sieges of Ciudad Rodrigo and Badajoz — 
severely wounded through the arm at the assault; battles of Vittoria, Pampeluna, Pyrenees, and Nivelle, 
besides various minor actions. In 1814 he joined the force acainst New Orleans, and was present at the 
assault of the lines before that place. In 1815 he joined the army in Belgium, and was present at the 
capture of Paris. Sir Edward has received the gold cross and' one clasp for Martinique, Albuhera, 
Badajoz, Vittoria, and Pyrenees; and the Silver War Medal with four clasps for Busaco, Ciudad Rodrigo, 
Nivelle, and Nive. 



LIEUT. 



P 5 May 37 
P 7 Dec. 38 
P 5 Mar. 41 
P 24 Sept. 41 
P 29 Dec. 40 
P 1 April 42 
P 2 July 41 
P 29 April 42 
P 7 July 46 
P 11 Dec. 46 



CAPTAIN. 



P 23 June 43, 
P 23 Aug. 44 
P27 Mar. 46! 
P28 Apr. 46 i 
P 1 Oct. 47 j 
P21 June50! 
P 2 June 48 
P 7 Mar. 61 ; 
P 27 Dec. 50 
P 30 Apr. 52 



2 Lt.-Col. Wilbraham served 
the Syrian campaign of 1840- 
41 (Modal), including the ad- 
vance on Gaza and affair near 
Askelon. 

3 Capt. Wallace served with 
the 26th in China (Medal), and 
was present at Chusan, Canton, 
seabatteriesof Amoy, Golongso, 
delence of Ningpo, at Tscke, 
Chapoo, Woosung, Shanghae, 
Chin Kiang Foo, and Nanking. 

4 Lt. Speedy served the cam- 
paigns of 1841 and 42, in the l.-Jth 
Light Infantry, and was present 
at the storming of the Khoord 
Cabool Pass, affair of Tezeen, 
forcing the JugduUuck Pass, 
reduction of the Fort of Mamoo 
Khail, defence of Jellalabad and 
sorties on the 14th Nov. and let 
Deo. 1841, 11th March, 24th 
March, and 1st April 1842, and 
general action and defeat of 
Akbar Khan. Medals for Jella- 
labad and Cabool. 



'•'tul "'•] ^''' ( '^''' ^''"^'*) Rer,iment of Foot. [^^'" 'S^^^r*"'] 159 

The " White Horse" on n red ground within tlie "(inrfvr," and tiic " Crown" <ivor it. 
In tlie tliri'C corners of the second colour, the " Roynl Ci/plier and Crown." "Nee 
nspera terrent." Tlie " 5;j/)i;ij-," with tho words " EGYl'T — " MARTINIQUE" 

— " MAGAUA." 

V«r.' !j£rv.; Colonel. 

t^* \Sir Gordon Drumnu.ud,' GCB. £/m. 21 Sept. 178!); Lf. 31 Mar. 1)1 ; Capf. :31 
Full luir Jan. Ui ; Mtij. "28 Fob. 1)4 ) Lt.-Col. 1 March, 1)4 ; Col. 1 Jan. 98 ; Moj-Gvn. 
IV- l'«y- 1 1 Jan. 05 ; Lt.-Gen. 4 June, 1 1 ; (Jen. '27 May, 525 ; Cul. 8th Foot, 24 Apr. 4(!. 

, Lieut.-Colonel*. 

3-2 ' *2|J Henry Wincheombe Hartley, /ww. 10 Sept, 18; Limt. 1 Oct. '20; O//)/. •' 1 Oct 

i ; "25; lircL-et-Mqjor, 28 June 38; i^/^^yor, p 20 Oct. 41 ; Lt.-Col. I'Kl Dec. 45. 

'28 John Loniifield, Ena. vi:\ June '25; Z-ieM^ P 20 Sept. '2(5 ; CV/;)M' :)(» Jan. 135 ; 

M(\joT, •- lU Nov. 44 ; Lieut.-Col. 3 Apr. 4G. 

.l/fy(»»>.— Edward Harris Oreatlied, Ens. v 'll June, 32; Z,(V(/^ i' Id May, 33 ; 

Capt. !• 27 Apr. 38 ; Miq. v 3 Apr. 4(1. 
James Croft Hroolse,' Bn«. p31 Oct. 31 j Lieut. 2 Sept. 33; Caj^t. 31 March, 
40 ; Major, P 2 Oct. 41 >. 



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C-ilT.Vl.N 

John Hinde .. 
James Speedy . . 



I E.NSIGX. I LI EUT. | CAPTAIN. 



.... 1' 28 Feb. 35 

' 15 May 28 

Jamc* Johnston J' 7 June 39 

A. Cunningh. Robertson' ;P 15 Sept. 37 



Edwin Oream Daniell* 
William Hayly« 



2 Oct. 35 



'30 June 37 



4 J uiy 45 
14 Jan. 44 



23 May 3; 

V 13 May 42 p21 Apr. 40 

p 20 Aug. 41 P 11 Nov. 45 

7 Sept. 38 P 25 Nov. 45 



I George Edward Baynes .p 2 July 41 



20 Jan. m 23 June 42; 2!) May 48 



I Richard Wilson Hartley 
I Charles Stanifoith Hext 
I Alfred lugilby Garnett. 
Lieutenants. 

Ellis James Charter . . . 

RobcrtStuartBaynes,rt<(/'.'i'28 July 43 

John Hall Campbtll | 2 July 41 

Richard Wm. Woods' 



P2G Oct. 41 
I P 9 Oct. 35 
Pl3 .May 42 

P 25 Oct. 42 



I Thomas George Souter' 
'Cliarles Power Cobbe , 

' Daniel Beere 

Thomas .Vldridge .... 
I Ersk. Nimmo Sundilands 

George Corry 

Ishaftoc Craster truster. . 
! Edwanl l{awlingsHannani 
I Robert Beclier S towards 
I William Henry Herricit 
I B.Kennicott .M'Dermotl' 
I Charles Covell Neaine 



p 27 Aug. 41 

21 May 42 

13 July 41 

4 -May 42 

21 May 42 

21 .May 42 

'20 July 44 

P27 Sept.44 

p 4 July 45 

23 Dec. 43 

5 Jan. 44 

1 Nov. 42 



iuev.-maj. 



14 Apr. 40 I 13 Sept 
28 Nov. 45 1 Apr. 
'21) Jan. 47 p 21 Feb 



o : Horace Ximene« i p 27 Mar. 40 1 '2;) May 48 

O Wm. Waldegnive Fogson p 27 .Mar. 40 ') Fub. 40 

I George Fuller Walker . . 

jTimotliy Walsh' 

i John VereWm. Hen. Webb 

1 Edmund Bageuall 

.TItonias Beuttie Grierson 

I EX-SION.-*. 

I Alexander Ross Bayly . 
U i Wm. liuyntond Ximeneti 
lO. Kgerton Huddle^ton.. 
U < Hi-rberl Vernon Liilicru] 

John -McNamee 

Charles Geo. Mackenzie 
Willl.m Fred. Metge .. 
! William Cole Hamilton 



12 Dec. 43 17 Oct. 48 
'27 Sept.44 9 Feb. 49 
1' GOct. 37'P25 Feb. 45 
!■ 4 July 45 P 21 Feb. 51 



P 16 Dec. 451 . » C»l'talii Iloberlion »erve<l 
P 27 Mar. 40 ^ fm,,, July 1S33 to Juno 18:)7. 

29 Sept. 43 1 iteceived n tnedul for tlie nc- 

30 Dec. 43 ''"" "^ ■*"' -^'"y. "*37; the 
cross of the 1st class of San 
F'ernando, for the actions ot 
the l.'illi and lOth .March, 
1837 ; and another medal for 
the stormlnp of Irun, I7th 
May followinf; : severely 
wounded in the fare by a 
splinter in the ccneral action 
Oil ihe hriitht;) of Ametza, 1st 
Oct. 1830. 

4 Captain Daniel! served with 
tlie;>3th ill China (Medal), and 
waBpre»enl at Amoy, C'hu>un, 
and Chliihae, inrlndlnK tl'c 
repulse of the nif;lit attack. 

Capt. Bayly was prefcnt 
at tho bailie of I'latliburg in 
IsM. 



28 Jan. 44 

3 Apr. 46 

3 Apr. 40 

3 Apr. 40 

3 Apr. 40 

3 Apr. 40 

3 Apr. 40 

P 3 Apr. 40 

P21 Apr. 40 

P 28 Apr. 40 

13 Nov. 40 



20 May 42 P14 Feb. 45 



P 12 Feb. 47 IP 18 May 49 
P21 .May 47 1 P 15 Oct. 52! 

7 Lieut*. Woods, Souter, and M'Dermott we r« 

.1 »__ J n hiresent with the llufts in the action of l>unniar, 

.. o7i I , ' 7.J '""J hare received the Hronzp Suir. 

P i\t Uec. 4»| ^ Licit. \Val>h served with the 48th In the 

30 Dec. 48 cainpaiRn a|;niiist Ihn lliijah of Coors, in April 

9 Feb. 49:1844. lie served with the 55lh in ChlnB(rae- 

'i T'oh* d<'> ''''''' "' A'noy, Chusan, Chinlioe (including the 

^z i en. ■*.» p,p„|^ of ,|,p nluhl attack), Cliapon, Wuosiing, 

P 21 Feb. .51 ^hnnEhal, and storming of Chin- KinnK-Foo. 

P 13 Feb. .'>2 U I'aym. Hartley serve<l at the surrender of 

•'23 .Nov .'12 M«''">''q'"' ; ""•' '"•''"K"' f^""'''*'""P''"'i'*i5. 



in ' 





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4,\ I y'«y«Mij»/e/.— Bartholomew Hartley," 30 Oct. 35 ; J?n*. 16 Jan. 13 ; Lieut. iQ 
.May, 14; (V//>f. 17 April,a'j. 
.iiljuiunt.— Lieut. Robert Stuart Baynei, 29 May 48. 
Qiiarter-Manter.—iohn R.iss.rt Nov. 42. 

if uryeoH.— Francis Charles AniiPsley, l."» Aug. 48; A».u.it.-Surj. 17 Sept. 39. 
Assistant-Sunjeons. — Ricliard Doimiiiclieiti, .M.I)., 3 Apr. 41!. 
Henry Clinton .Martin, '20 .March, 40. 
Henry Day FowLt. 19 Dec. 45. 
FaciugM Blue.—.! T -. (ox 4c Co. 

rd In llnlland In 1791 sn . n NInirfum durinf the t\tgr, tnd t| tb« 

tut Marrh; alio at 



npaniM lb« rt|inllliuo I 



Kirvl m ItOl, an I ■ ".Irt of the 13th and 

•urrrivirr of Oran 1 ' ' l"a. Sir Gordon «• niueh Mrricc In the 

Am«riean war. and cammandvd In Ibr action nrar the Falli of Nia^tra, » inr h« was ttytnXy wounded. Hat rKclrsd 
■.»« Sllvtr War Mtdal wlib onr Clasp for Ecyps. 



160 



9th ( The East Norfolk) Regiment of Foot. ["tfeS!""' 



Pay 



The figure of " Britminia," " ROLEIA," "VIMIERA," "CORUNNA," " BUSACO," "SALAMANCA," 
« VITTORIA," "ST. SEBASTIAN," " NIVE," " PENINSULA," "CABOOL, 1842," "MOODKEE," 
"FEROZESHAH," "SOBRAON." 
Colonel.—'^ Sir James Archibald Hope,' KCB. £w«. 12 Jan. 00; i^ 3 June, 
01 ; Capt. 18 Feb. 06; 3I(gor, 6 March, 11 ; Lt.-Col. 21 June, 13; Col. 22 
July, 30; 7(/«;.-Gm. 23 Nov. 41 ; Lt.-Gen. 11 Nov. 61; CoL 9th F. 18Feb.48. 
Lieut. -Colonel.— BvoymloYf Villiers Layard," i'^is. 24 July 23 ; Lt. 20 Jan. 26; 
Capt. P21 Nov.34 ; Brev.-Maj.Q Nov.46; Maj. 3 Sept.47 ; Lt.-Col. p8 June 52. 
Majors.— Arthm Borton,^ Ens.Wd July, 32; itew^. i'3 April, 35; C«j;jf. 30 

July, 41 ; Brev.-Major, 3 April, 46; Major, P19 Sept. 48. 
Charles Ebnhirst,^ Ens. p 14 Aug. 35 ; Lieut, p 17 Oct. 37 ; Capt. 22 Dec. 45; 
Major, P 8 June 52. 



63 

Ha'lf 
Pay. 

~^ 





Captains. 
Duncan Munro Bethune' 

Fred. D. Lister^ 

I Charles Hamilton Fenton' 
Charles Henry Leslie^ 
Alexander Tayler'^. . . 
GeorgeHaningtonHawes* 

Sydney Darling 

Henry Ralph Browne. . . 

John Hanham'^ 

John William Percy . . . 

Lieutenants. 
Chas. Spencer Gaynor'". 
Arcliibald Bluntish" r. . 

Robert Daunt'^ 

Tho. E. Bowerbank Dent 
William Burden,^ adj. . 

John H. Lothian 

Simeon Charles Lousada 

Frederick Smith I 

Hopton Bassett Scott . . j 
Henry John Wilkinson. . : 
William Parker Terry . , j 
Arthur Oswald Richards 
James Legh Thursby • • • • 
Ensigns. 

William Daunt 

B. J. Pollexfen Bastard 
John Bai-ton Taylor .... 
B. Ch. Wra. C. Bloxsome 
Wm. Geo. H. T. Fairfax 

William Nugent 

William Crosbie Harvey 
Allen George Douglas . . ' 



17 Apr. 36 

16 Sept. 36 

P 12 Apr. 39 

P 20 July 38 

21 June 39 

24 Nov. 43 

30 May 43 

3 Apr. 46 

P 22 Dec, 43 

21 Apr. 46 

9 Nov. 38 

7 Dec. 38 

P 28 July 40 

P19 Feb. 41 

26 Oct. 41 

P 31 Dec. 44 

P 3 Apr. 46 

P20 Oct. 47 

24 Dec. 47 

P 23 May 48 

2 Apr. 46 

P 1 Sept. 48 

P19 Sept. 48 

I 13 Sept. 48 
'p 18 Jan. 50 
P 12 July 50 
;P18Apr. 61 
IP 21 Nov. 51 
'p 2 April 62 
11 June 62 
9 July 52 



21 Mar. 38 
P22 Feb. 39 

22 Apr. 42 
16 July 41 
30 July 41 

4 Jan. 46 

4 Julv 45 

P 19 Sep't. 48 

P23 Dec. 45 

P30 Mar. 47 

27 Mar. 40 
P 28 July 40 
P 16 Aug. 42 
P21 July 43 

13 Oct. 43 

23 May 48 
P 2 Feb. 49 
P 12 July 50 
P28 Mar. 61 
p 31 Oct, 51 

2 Apr. 62 
P 2 Apr, 62 
P 8 June 62 



captain, brev.-maj. 



Dec. 46 

Apr. 46 

Jan. 46 

Apr. 46 7 Capt. Fe 

May 48 served with the 

Dec. 48!lej in 1846 ( Mc- 

DeC. 49!dal), includins 

T.,l-.7 '\n .'■^^ battles of 

July 60 jB^aji„,^,_ A,i. 

June 52 Iwal, and Sobraon. 



6 Major Elmhirst, Captain Lister 

vounded at Istaliff), and Lieut. 

urden Berved the campalfjn in Aif- 

shiuUstan under General Pollock, 

d have received the Medal for the 

capture ot'Cabool. 

10 Lieutenants Gaynor and Demt, 

■ved the campaign of 1842 in 

AtTghanistan (Medal) ; and that on 

the Sutlej in 1845-ti (Medal), in. 

eluding the battles of MooUkce, 

zesbah, & Sobraon. 



11 Lieut. Bluntish served the campaign of 1842 in 
AtTghanistan (Medal); and that on the Sutlej (Medal), 
including the battles of Moodkee and Sobraon. 

12 Captain Hanham served the campaign ou the 
Sutlej in 1845-46 (Medal), and was present at the bat- 
tles of Moodkee, (wounded) Ferozeshah, and Sobraon. 

13 Capt. Tajler served the campaign of 1842 in 
Affghanistan (Medal) ; and that on the Sutlej (Medal), 
including the battles of Moodkee and Ferozeshah 
(severely wounded). 



7 Paymaster. — Andrew Sievwright, 2 Apr, 52; Ens. 1 Apr. 46 ; Lt. p 1 Sept. 48, 
12 Adjutant. — Lieut. William Burden,* 4 May 49. 
2 Quarter-Master. — William Banbury, 8 July 61. 
15 \ Surgeon. — James Mouat, 3 Nov. 48; Assist. -surg. 14 Dec. 38. 
9 I Assist.- Surgeon. — David Anderson,*' M.D., 23 July, 44. 

Facings Yellow. — Agents, Messrs. Cox & Co. — Irish Agents, Sir E. R. 
Borough, Bt., Armit, & Co. [Returned from Bengal, 10 July, 1847.] 

1 Sir James Hope served with the expedition to Hanover iu 1805-6; to Zealand in 1807, including the aiege of Copen- 
hagen ; to Sweden in 1808 ; in Portugal and Spain iu 1808-9, including the action at Lugo and battle of Corunna. With 
1 be expedition to Walcheren in 1809; the Peninsular campaigns from 1810 to the end of that war in 1814, including the 
battle of Barrosa, siege of Ciudad Rodrigo, covering the siege of Badajoz, affairs in front of Salamanca and at Osma, battle 
uf Vittoria, siege of San Sebastian, passages of the Bidassoa, Gave d'Oleron, and Gave de Pau; battles of the Nivelle, Nivc, 
Orthes, & Toulouse. Sir Jas. has received the gold cross & a clasp for the battles of Vittorio, NivcUe, Nive, Orihes, and 
Toulouse ; and the Silver War Medal with five clasps for Corunna, liusaco, Ciudad Rodrigo, Badajoz, and Salamanca. 

2 Lieut.-Coloncl I.ayard served during the siege, and carried the colors of the 14th Regt. at the storming of Bhurtporc 
under Lord Combermerc, 18th Jan. 1826 (Medal). 

3 Major Borton served the campaign in AtTghanistan in 1842 (Medal) under General Pollock; and that on the Sutlej in 
184i-6 (Medal) including the battles of Moodkee, and succeeded to the command of the regt. at Ferozeshah (severely wounded). 

5 Capt. Bethune served the campaign in Affghanistan in 1842 (Medal),— as adjutant of the yth at the forcins of the Khyber 
Pass, and as aide-de-camp to Sir John M'Caskill at the action of Mamookail, forcin; the Tezecn Pass, re-capture of Cabool, 
Sturm, capture, and destruction of IstalifT. He served also the campaign on the Sutlej in 1845-6 (Medal), as aide decamp lo 
Sir John M'Caskill at the battle of Moodkee, where the Major General was killed,- as aide-de camp to Brigadier Wallace 
(who was killed), at Ferozeshah (charger shot),— and in command of the light company of the 8th at Sobraon. 

8 Capt. Hawes and Dr. Anderson served the campaign on the Sutlej in 1845-6 (Medal), including the battles of Moodkee, 
Ferozeshah & Sobraon. 

9 Captain Leslie served with the 80th the campaign on the Sutlej in 1845-6 including the battles of Moodkee, Feroze- 
shah, and Sobraon, for which he has received a Medal and two Clasps. In Nov. 1844 be was wrecked on one of the Andam.in 
Islands in the transport Briton, with three companies of the 80th Foot, and carried the despatches from the island to Moul- 
mein, (luring which time he was 22 davs at sea in an open boat. 

15 Lt. Daunt served the campaign in Affghanistan (Medal) ; and that on the Sutlej ( Medal), including the battles of Moodkee, 
Ferozeshah, and Sobraon (wounded). 



,] loth { The North Li„col,ishi,'e) Regt. of Foot.[,^:';:}:;i^^^'] \t 






Embarkod (or 
IndiB. April, I,S4J 

Y«ir.js..rv. Tlic " Sphinx," witl- tlio wot,U, •' KtiY VT'—" PENINSULA"—" SOBRAON 

6 Colonel.— }fi Sir Thomas M'Muhoii,' Jit. KCB. Ens.2 Fel>. 1)7 ; Lt. '.M Oct.9£ 

Ciipt. 8 Oct. OH; ^f^{jor, (i Nov. (M>; Lieut. -Vol. 4 Mav 0L» ; To/. 4 June. 1-1 

M,{j.-Gtn. -11 May, lV» ; Lt.-Gen. -JH Juiu-, 3K ; Co/. lOtli Foot, *2(i Sept. 4 

Lieut. -Colonils. — Thomas Ilarte Franks,' CU. Ena.vl July, '25; Lieut, v. 

Sept. iO; r«/»/. V 1 Mar. :VJ; Major, vli) Doe. 43; Lt.-Col. p28 Marcli, 4 

23 William Ilenrv Clias. WeUo-sley, i';w. I"2!) June, 30; Lieut, f 3 Oct. 32; Cai 

!■ 17 Jan. 40 ; Mnjor, v 14 .Vpril 48 ; Licut.-Col. i'3 Nov. 48. 
i9 .l/rtjor.<t.— William Fenwick.' ^/w. 2G Dec. 34 ; LJeM^ p8 June 39; C«;><. P 

April, 4-2; Major, 13 Sept. 48. 
17 • Henry Erringtou Lonirden,^ Ens. 16 Sept. 36; i(eM^ i' 7 Aug. 40; Capt.v 
Mar. 43 ; Brev.- Major, 7 June 49; Major, -21 IVI). .".O. 



-.S S.' 



II 



C.\PTAIXA. 

John Cassidy Stock* 
Mitchell tieorge Sparks 



K.VSKJN. 



LIEU' 



•23 Mar. -26 1 Feb. "29 12 July 421 

4 Nov. 19 26 Dec. 23 28 June 36' 

Richard Mordesley Best* P 20 April 32 I' 16 Jan. 35 P 7 June 39' 

Charles Dunbar* p 3 Aug. 20 9 Nov. 32 5 Sept. 45 

.Malcolm .MacGregor-" ..IP 6 Sept. 31 p 12 Dec. 34 29 Nov. 41 
Henry Ratlford Norman''^, p 23 Feb. 38 [ 8 April 42 ; 4 Oct. 48 \ 

Steph.Fra. Cha. Annesley P July 38 Jp 17 .\ug. 41 P22 Oct. 47 

J.Vanllarthals .Montagu*; P 17 April 40 ,p22 April 42 p16 May 51 



CAl'TAl 



I BKEV.-.M/ 



9 Nov. 
11 Nov. 



= 5 = 4- »1 



n\ 8| 



















Ij 



Samuel B urges Lamb . . 
.-Vlexander Chancellor . . 

LlEUTEXANTS. 

Robert Geo. Jephson'* . . 
Charles Doyle Patterson'' 
.\lcxander Montgomerie* 
.Marshall Valentine Bull< 



14 Dec. 32 ,P 5 Feb. 36 
P 20 Oct. 46 P 18 Aug. 48 



8 April 42 

4 Oct. 41 

25 Nov. 42 



P 19 Oct. 38 

21 June 39 

P 24 Sei)t. 41 

P16 Nov. 41 



7 July 48 
P20 Feb. 52 



George Lewis Dive.4miel'''jP 20 Dec. 39, 
John William .Medhurst* \ p 20 Jan. 43 
John Thomas Chandler'* \ 24 .Mar. 43 1 
John Mai)es Webb Ensor''-" P 22 Dec. 43 i 
RichardCormickClifford'^l 17 Oct. 45 
p 27 Oct. 43 : 



JohnEdw.IIussey Taylor* 

Cuthbert Barlow" 

John Montresor Smyth^ 

Charles .Nediiam'^* 28 Feb. 45 

Patrick Browne Lucas^' p 10 Oct. 45 
W. II. P. Ciordon Bluett='!P23 May 48 
John Edmund Whaite'^' 18 Dec. 47 
Lee Stanwcll Aldersey p 20 Oct. 48 
Thomas C. Robertson !.l 10 April 49 



[CominuBtion of Not* 2. J 

Cfeded lothe cummand ol the wf 

of the troops which were engmf 

P 16 Dec. 42 »od held the position until relie 

P 1 Julv 4"' """ 'o"owin|i inomine. «ltho 

, ■' " wounded »nd exposed to the 

1.) !?cpt. 4o peated ittcmpu of the enem; 

P 1 Oct. 45 'ftake it : rth Nor. in the actioi 

O.l r)o/» J.1 Soorjltoond commanded the ri 

*•■; Y Tl . '"■'l.'ide, and w.ib it led the »tt 

1 Jan. 47 capturing tlie wliole of the ener 

9 Oct. 46 *""' *• ''" P"'"' "f "'C >>»)■' 

1 a V ,M.;1 J -> 1 n in r»«„ i n ' "'thout firing a shot ; S7th No* 

18 April 4o P 10 Dec. 47 ,he carrying of the height, be 

23 Sept. 45 P 7 July 48 Moou 



1 Au^ 

4 Oct. 
22 Feb, 
21 Feb, 
29 Nov. 50 

9 May 



Hugh Augustus Crofton-^ P21 July 48 IP 16 May 51 
Henry M. Havelock, adj. 31 .Mar. 46|p23 June 48 
George C. Bartholomew |p17 May 50 p 13 Feb. 52 



H.MoIesworth Eaton. . 

3 ; Henry Henderson ' i 

Ensigns. ' I 

5 Fred. Browne Sandwith ! i 

6 I Richard M'Culloch Peard 



19 Feb. 47 
' 13 Dec. 50 



1 Dec. 48 
31 Dec. 47 



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Frederick Beatty I 10 -Mar. 48 



Michael O'Donnell 
Hdwyn Stanhope Jervois 
Rob.T. Fru. Hamilton . . 
St. Andrew B. St. John 



29 Nov. 50 
13 July 49 
23 Jan. 52 
12 .Mar. 52 



nie right, and dirct 

" the atuck of Its leading colu! 

4o On the 18th Feb. 1*49 he joined \ 

49 the Mooltan force, the army ui 

rQ Lord Gough, and commanded 

lOth at the battle of Oooj. 

(Medal), and was specially nai 

for hit conduct both by the d 

mander-in-Cblef and the Goven 

General. 

4 Major Fenwick, Capt. Mont 
Lleuu. Montgomerie. Bull, 
Medhurst, served with the lOll 
the campaign on the Sutlrj, 
were present In the battle of 
braon (Medal). 

5 Major Longden lerred with 
10th in the Sutlej campaign of lMi-6, and wa> prei 
in the battle of Sobraon (Medal). He scrrcd al«o 
I'unjaub campaign of IH43-'J, and was prrtent dul 
ihe whole of the iiege operations before .Moolun, 
cludinr the alfair of the 9th Sept., storming 
cnemy^ strongly intreoclied position before Mi>ol 
12th Sept, action ot Hoorjkoond, carrying the hpij 
OD 'J7tb Uec. in command of the regt., and surreodc 
the fortress at Field Engineer : afterwards preseni 
the battle of lioojerat (.Medal). 



14 Aug. 49 

P 24 Dec, 52 



Pfiywrtjf^T.— Edward Lcc,-'' 12Sep.48; Ens. P12June,35; ii^M^ p 13 Apr.J 
At{futHnt. — Lieut. Henry Marshman Havelock, 13 Feb. 52. [Cnpt. 1 Aug. 
Quarter-Majiter. — Jamt.'s -Murjthy," 3 March 48. 

irj/.o/j.— Charles Alex, (iortlon,-" .M.D., 10 July 46 ; A.i.si.it.-Sunj. 8 June • 
As.iist.-Surg>. — Vere Webb,"" 13 Oct. 43. 

Duncan Rol)erL'>on Rennie, 7 May 52. 
John Andrew Woolfreyes), 13 July 47. 
Facings Yellow. — Agent*, Messrs. Cox 4: Co. 

■Uahon serrrd with the Riprdlii >n under »ir Ralph Aberrroraby in ISOO, dettlord for operatioo* ob 

Coast uf Spain, at Cadli, Frrrol, fcc , kr., and sul>irr|urnily at the oeeupallnn of Malta, lie served In the Peninsi 

War (D ln09, 10, II. and part of 1!IIS, lorluiilng thr <>|)ersli>>ns on the frontiert uf Portugal and Spain, eootlguou* to 

ri. rrf I '% and Agurda ; at the I.i:m t r T-'rr,-i \ r !r ,. xiid at the subsequent atlvance ttirrrfrum en the retreat of 

> ,,>. Ilerommsnl :r>, >hlch was p..strd on the left of the Allied Army, dui 

' Furtttes d'Onor, , Caxas. and corrring Almeida. In 1813 be procerdrd to 

^rs. In not he was nominated Lie 



' t Forltmouth, aii' 
ir;-< ■.,' r )i the [Wnnbsv Arm 
i Lieut,- Col. Frank* C'»n 
(MMal), wherr he had > h. r 
Punjaub campaign of l-*!^ V. 
troops which repulM-d the en. 



r,- bo irrred for twel 
^>uth West DUIr.ct , and la IMS he wu appointed 
;i inul 1*47. 
:. in the Sutlej campaign of l*4V6, Incluling the haul, 
! «ai sligbny wountlr<t : nominated a C. B. 
•f Ihe siege operations brfure MoolUn : 17th 
, up.n the Britith camp at Mutter Tbol : ItUl 
I their itrsagly en mched potiUon b*for* Mooltan i and after the 



Emb.for Australin, 
18 July, 

"Salamanca 



itraiin.-] iith(^The North DevonsMve) Regt. of Foot. Kepot'^at hS' 



ar. 





20 





18 





12 





12 





10 





10 





14 
9 





15 


If. 


11 





15 





11 





9 





9 
9 





9 





8 





7 





7 





6 





5 





4 





4 





4 





3 





3 





2 





'i 





2 





1 





45 
11 





5 





12 





8 





7 






'Ohthes"— "Toulouse" 



— " Pyrenees" — " Ni velle" — " Nive' 
— "Peninsula." Colonel. 

13 Sir John Wilson,' KCB. Ens. 26 Mar. 1794; Lieut. 12 Aug. 93; Capt. 18 

Jan. 99; Major, 'il May, 1802; Lieut.-Col. 22 Dec. 08; Col. 4 June, 14; 

Moj.-Gen. 27 May, 25; Lieut.-Gen. 28 June, 38; Col. 11th Regt. 10 May,41. 
Lieut.-Colonel. — 3M Henry Keane Bloomfield,=' Ens. 30 Sept. 13 ; Lieut, i' 7 Aug. 

17 ; Capt. P 1 April, 24 ; Brevet-Major, 28 June, 38; Major, ^^Q Feb. 41 ; 

Lietit.-Col. P27 June, 45. 
Majors.—^ John Casemir HarolcV X:7is. 25 Sept. 06 ; Lt. 28 May, 07 ; Capt. 

16 Feb. 15; Brevet-Major, 10 Jan. 37 ; Major, 6 Nov. 41 ; Brevet-Lt.-Col. 

11 Nov. 61 
John Singleton, E?is.vn June, 26; Lieut. P31 Dec. 27; Capt. p15 Feb. 39; 

Major, P27 June, 45. 



Captains. 

Edward Moore 

Edward Lynch Blosse . . 
Augustus Fred. Jenner.. 
OwenFloranceLouisWard 
John Walpole D'Oyly . . 
Henry Maynard Ball .... 
John Alexander Hunter.. 
Alex. Henry Louis Wyatt 

Winter Goode 

Thomas Peebles 

Lieutenants. 
Lawre. Hartshorne Scott 
John Robt.Wilton,** d. pm. 
John T. The. Boyd, Adj. 

John Roe 

Richard Maunsell 

Joseph Stewart Travers . . 
R.'VMngfieldCardiffif/.ftf//'. 

Henry John Maclean 

Harry Clayton Hague < . 

Pliilip Doyne Vigors 

John Mac Henry 

Geo. Toddington Osboru 

John Finch 

Ensigns. 

William Duttou Naper . . 

William Henry Clarkson 

Owen Davies 

Richard Hotham 

Fra. Wm. Henry Petrie 
Joshua Harry Cooper . . 

hetfield Grace 

Hy. L'Estrange Herring 
Paymaster. 



ENSIGN. 



LIEUT. 



21 May 18 
' 15 Nov. 33 

9 Oct. 35 
' 26 Feb. 41 
17 Sept. 41 

1 July 43 



7 Apr. 25 
P 25 Jan. 39 
P21 June 39 
P 13 Dec. 42 
P 5 Sept. 43 

6 Dec. 44 



CAPTAIN. BREV.-MAJ. 



P 5 Sept. 43 P 27 June 45 
P 1 7 Sept. 25 P 24 Feb, 29 

no/-; A ,^,. ,1 ,1 ' n OQ A ,-.«. AG 



P 26 Apr. 44 
p 17 Mar. 37 

23 Oct. 42 

29 Dec. 38 
P21 Jan. 42 
P 26 May 44 
P 29 Sept. 43 

27 May 44 
P 6 Dec". 44 

30 May 45 
P 28 Aug. 46 
P 9 Oct. 46 
P 2 Apr. 47 
P 1 Dec. 48 
p 13 June 49 



Aug. 46 
P 6 Fab. 41 

Pl3 Oct. 43 

3 Dec. 41 

4 July 45 
P 9 Oct. 46 
p 4 July 45 

15 Mar. 48 
P 1 Dec. 48 
P 15 June 49 
P 7 June 50 
P 19 July 30 
P 18 Apr. 51 
P 16 Sept. 31 
P25 June 52 



7 Feb. 39 
P 3 Sept. 43 
P 5 April 44 
P 9 Oct. 46 
P15 June 49 
P 18 Apr. 51 
P 16 Sept. 61 
P 29 June 32 
P25 June 52 

6 June 51 



9 Nov. 40 



2 Lt.-Col. Bloomneld sprvoil Uie 
campaign of 1815, including' the 
battle of Waterloo, storming of 
Cambray, and capture of Paris. 

3 Lt.-Col. Harold served the cam- 
paign and battle of Corunna. Ex- 
pedition to Walcheren and siege of 
Flushing. 

1 Lt. Wilton served in the 5.jth 
Regt. during the China Expedition, 
and was present at the operations 
before Nankin (Medal). 

6 Paymaster Boyd accompanied 
the expedition to Walcheren, and 
was present at the siege of Flushing. 



29 June 49 
29 June 49 
P16 Aug. 60 
8 Oct. 50 
P 15 May 61 
P16 Sept. 51 
P17 Oct. 61 
Pl7 Aug. 52 
Alexander Boyd,** 8 Feb.21 ; Ens. 14 Sept. 08; Lieut. Q Aug. 09. 
Adjutant. — Lieut. John Theodore Thomas Boyd, 10 March, 48. 
Quarter- Master. — David Simpson, 4 May, 49; Ens. 2 June, 46. 
Surgeon. — Nesbitt Heffernan, M.D. 7 Nov. 51 ; Assist.-Surg. 11 June 41. 
Assistant-Surgeons. — Thornton Marshall, 11 April, 43. 

Edward William Young, M.D. 7 Aug. 46. 
' ' Facings, Green. — Agent, Charles R. M'Grigor, Esq. 

I Sir John Wilson served in the West Indies in 179ti, and was present at the capture of St. Lucie, including the sircre of 
Morne Fortunee. Also at the taking of St. Vincent, including the operations against the forts in that island, in July fol- 
lowing he was made prisoner of war, and carried into Guadaloupc. In Jan. 1797, he was captured again in the British 
Channel. In 1798 he was at the taking of Minorca. In 1800, he embarked on an expedition against Cadiz. In 1801, to 
Egypt, and was present in the actions of the 13th and 21stMarch, and during the whole of that campaign. He proceeded lo 
the Peninsula in 1808, and was severely wounded at the battle of Vimiera, In Jan. 1809, he joined the Lusitanian legion, 
and acted with this corps during an arduous period of service, in which it was repeatedly engaged with the enemy, being 
employed in covering Ciudad Uodrigo and Almeida. In June 1810, he was attached to the Portuguese aimy, and during 
tlie subsequent operations against Marshal Soult, as nell in the north of Portugal as on the eastern frontier, he commanded an 
advanced corps of Marshal Beresford's army. In April 1811, he was appointed second in command to General Silveira in 
the province of Tras os Montes, and acted as such during a period of the operations against Puebla da Sanabria, when the 
place was taken by that general. In Sept. following, he «as appointed tothe command of the advanced guard of General 
B.in.ollar's Corps d'Armce, and employed on Marshal Massena's rear during his invasion of Portugal, being repeatedly 
engaged with the enemy. In April 1812, took the field again in command of the Militia of the Province of Minho, and was 
engaged in active operations against Marshal Marmont, on the frontiers of the Beira. In June 1813, he joined the army at his 
own request, and was appointed to the command of the 1st Portuguese Brigade of Infantry, with which he served at the siege 
of San Sebastian, the passage ol the Bidussoa, and battle of the Nivelle ; and on the 18th Nov. following, being engaged with 
his Brigade, he was again severely wounded. Sir Juhn has teceiveU the Gold Medal for San Sebastian, and the Silver War 
Medal with two clasps for Vimiera and NiveUe. 



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^.Vno^'JM V2th{Thi'EnstSutfolh)Iie,jt.nfh\>ot. [,-; .^"j-L'aT/Jj 1^3 
" WINDKN'— " CilUHAI.TAU"— witli the 0«//tun<l AVy— " MontU /«. 
Culpe''—" SEUIN(iAl».\TAM"— '• INDIA." 
Culoiii'l. 
|J nidianl (Jiuklurd Hnre-Ciurges,' CU. £iis. July 90 ; Lieut. 1 Nov. iJfl ; 

C(i;>r 1) July 03 ; Mi{ior, I July 13 ; Lieut. -Cul. 1(1 Sept. 13 ; Cul. '2-2 July 30; 

M,Oor-Gtn. '23 Nov. 41 ; Lt.-Gtn. 11 .\.)V. 51 ; Col. 12th Foot, iU July M. 
L/.-t'o/jf.— Huiulttl Ruiuluy, C'orwt^, i' 30 Dic. 3 1 ; X/. 1'8 Oct. 20 ; Cupt.vlA 

Au^'. -j: ; Brev.-Muj. -23 Nov. 41 ; iUry. 'iO July 44 ; Lt.-Col. i'21 July 48. 
/•.John Maxwell Percevul, Ens. i' i.M June, 33; Litut. I'lrt Mar. 3(j ; t'«w^ 

"■ 18 May, 38 ; Mi^jor, i' 14 April, 4G ; Lt.-Col. i'2 April, 50. 
Majun. — r. Arthur Iloriic, En.i. i'19 Nov. *2o; /,/. r'J7 Nov. 28; Cttpt. V'2\ Feb. 

34; Brev.-Mnjor, Nov. 4(i; Major, i' 30 March, 4U. 
Thomas Brooke, Em. i'31 Oct. 34; iiVw^ P 'iO July, 30; C««^. I'liiMay, 

40; M(^jor,v-i April, 60. 



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19 
10 
18 
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Captain 

John Francis Kempt f 10 June 30 j 19 May 37 

r.H.Dalrvmp.Fanshawe,i 4 Julv 34 i' 25 May 38 
r. Bennett Watk. Gillmanj i' 23 Aug. 37 j 10 Oct. 40 
r. Francis (iilbcrt Hamlcy 1 1' 7 Aug. 35 ( '■ 25 July 37 
Sir a. C. Bisshopp, Bt. \ p 12 June 40 ( i' 13 May 42 
William James Hutchins i 2 Dec. 36 i 1 Dec. 40 

Richard Atkinson \v\& Mar. 42 i'17 Feb. 43 

Henry Segrave f 29 Apr. 42 i' 12 May 43 

r. James \Vm. Espinasse | P30 Apr. 42 ] •' 18 Aug. 43 
Win. Henry Queade ..... 9 June 43 1 1' 27 June 45 

r. Thomas Dundas 27 Dee. 42 p 14 Apr. 46 

r. Wm. Edward Crofton i 16 Apr. 42 i 5 Jan. 40 

LlEl'TKNANTS. I i 

r. John Reynolds Palmer 1 May 42 ' (i Jan. 40 
r. Edward Foster, adj. . . 2 May 42 14 Apr. 40 
Uco. Richard Liltlehule |i'12 May 43,i'21 July 40 
Thomas George Vereker . . j f 23 May 45 p 1 1 Dec. 40 
r. Thomas Garner 1 1> 25 Nov. 45 i' 31 Dec. 47 



fl I r. Samuel Fuirtlough 



25 Aug. 40 I' 22 Oct. 47 



10 Dec. 45 


!' 23 June 48 


9 Sept. 40 


22 July 49 


20 Oct. 40 


8 Aug. 49 


27 Oct. 40 


■' 2 Apr. 60 


2 Mar. 47 


24 June 50 


19 Feb. 47 


30 Nov. 49 


4 April 47 


P 7 Mar. 61 



c:aptai 


N. 

~42 


29 Apr. 


'•13 May 


42 


P18 Aug 


43 


2 Nov 


43 


1' 23 June 


4b 


20 Dec. 


40 


P30 Mar 


49 


P 2 Apr. 


50 


23 June 50 


P 1 1 Ajir. 


51 


P20 Feb. 


62 


13 Oct. 


52 



UlliV-MAJ. 



mil Ifa 



4 Lieut. Ncvill wrrnl 
29lL ihroiighuui tlic I'uDJi 
l>aign on.i.tS.!j (.MediU). including 
the pasRajc nf the Chennb, and 
battle>ofC'liillianwallali(w3uiided) 
and Goojeral. 



6 Doctor Mackey served with 
the 9ih in the campaign on the 
Sutlej (Medal) in ISt6-t>, iDcludill( 
the baiUes of .Moodkut and Fe. 



Edward llerrick, pm. i 

Henry Cole \ 

^r. Frederick Bagnell . . . . | 
I Henry Robson I 

r. Robert Nasmyth Irving, 
I George Henry Nevill' ..| 

George Lloyd Studdert . .[ 
(Benjamin Samuel Adams; p31 Dec. 47 p17 Aug 

r. Thos. Edmund Miller P30 Mai-. 40 13 Oct 

I E.NSIONS. 

I Innes Colin Monro, ai[j. \ 10 Apr. 49 
r.Fred.Chas.D'E. Barclay P 27 Apr. 49 
r. James Fielding Sweeney' 21 Aug. 49 
" r.Julius l!enr>- Stirke ..' 18 .><ept.49 

John Lunan Wilkie 23 Nov. 49 

.Morley Caulfleld .Sunders P 17 May ."iO 
r. Ja«. Dclgaims Travers ! 8 Oct. 60 

r. fJtorge Robertson p 17 June 51 

William Henry Paul ... '»> 14 .May 52 
Frun..\ugiistusFitzGentld,P'2I Sept. 52 

1 o. „. /^•^o'8»''>'''»on ' 24Dec.62| [23 Dee.l3 ; r«»/. 1 mei.t. 40. 

34 /^ P«y,mM/fr.— Rol)ert Willlngton Kylfin, 17 Sept. 41 ; Em. 14 May 12 ; Livut. 
I II ,.-lr(/u/M«/*.—r. Z,iVu/. Edwanl Foster, 14 April, 40. 
* I Em. Innea C. Munro, 27 Feb. 52. 

{i Quarter- Matters. — John Cowell, 20 Oct. 43. 
I r. Alexander Ne^bitt, 1 1 Dec. 40. 

Surgevng.—r.W WW&m Dick, Ml). 7 Aug. 40; Auut.-Surg. 13 Muv 30. 

IU Wm. Duncan, 1 Dec. 48 ; Auist-.Surg. e^ *ii<\.W. 

8 Aulttant-Surgcom. — r. John Small, 3o Dec. 45. 
U Peter Mttckey." M.D. 30 July 44 

Fncingt \e\\oy>— A grtitt, Cox ic Co.— Irish Agei'its, Sir ¥.. R. Borough, lit., 
[1st Bait. ret. from .Mauritius, 1 March 1848.] [Armit, ic. Co. 

.»« under D.rd C.lho.rt. .nd In 8,.ai,. «.,,<„ .•«lr J„l,„ .Mg^r;: iuclml n^.l' e t'tre^^ 
"lU an I'^vi.' "' " t'K"";" "S^ ^V^.1^ •e..i...uU. Hc hw fceivcd lite ,.1U iledH .nd o,.e cl«p 
tiuJ*a Rodrlgo, B»dajoi, SiUmaaca, Pyreneet, wiU Siiii 6».b»»Uau. ' 



ig2-'--« = 



Years' Serv. 


59 


Full 


Half 


Pay. 


Pay. 


27 





23 





21 





25 





22 





22 





21 





18 





15 





17 





15 





11 





11 





15 





13 





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6 





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"Emb. for Gibraltar, 25 ; 
51. Depot at Jerst 
IAN1STAN,""GHUZN 
'CABOOL, 1842." 



164 ISth, or Prince Albei'fs Regt. of Light Injantry. [^ 

The "SpUnr," with the words, " EGYPT," " MARTINIQUE," "AVA," "AFFGH^ 
A Mural Cro7vn, superscribed " JELLALABAD,' 
Colonel. 
^3 513E sir William Maynard Gomm,' KCB. Ens. 24 May, 94 ; Lieut. 
Nov. 94 j Crt7Jf.25 June,03; Major, 10 Oct. 11; Lieut.-Col. 17 Aug. 12; ( 
16 May, 29; Maj-Gen. 10 Jan. ^l;Lt.-Gen. 9 Nov.46; Co^. 13th, lOMar. 
L^e^d.-Colonel.—Ch^^:\es. Stuart, Ens. p 30 Dec. 26 ; Lt. p 31 Dec. 28 ; Lieu; ■ 

Capt. P 16 July, 32 ; Cnpt. & Lieut.-Col. 15 April, 45. 
Majors.— Aiex.Bssex F. Rolcomhe,^ Ens. p3 Dec. 30; Lieut. 12 Sept. 34 ; Co. 

22 July, 42 ; Major, p 9 Aug. 50. 
Rollo Gillespie Burslem,^ E7is. 13 April 32 ; Lieut, p 27 Mar. 35 ; Capt.20 D 
42; Major, eS Nov. 50. 



Captains. 
Peter Redmond Jennings- 
George King* 

John Stewart Wood,^ s. 
Hon. E. J. W. Forester'' 

George Mein^ 

John William Cox^ .... 

George Wade * 

Warren Auehmuty^ .... 
George Henry Tyler .... 
Charles Rowley Piatt, . . 

Lieutenants. 
Fred. Van Straubenzee,'" 
G. Fitz Gerald King, adj. 

.Melville Browne 

Henry Hogge 

John Busby 

James Nicol 

Edward Lynch 

Hugh Maur. Jones, d. adj. 

Robert Peel 

William Henry Kerr . . • 
Rt.B. Montgomery ,rf.;;?rt. 

Ensigns. 
Wilson Henry Jones. . . . 

Edward Boyd 

Robert Gosling 

Arthur Bainbrigge, s. . . 
John Augustus Fuller . . 
William Henry Shafto . . 
Charles Pooi'e Long .... 
Noel K. Bryan Vardon . . 
Stan. L.Douglas' Willan . . 
JohnAngerstein Rowley . . 



P 5 Aug. 28 
13 April 31 
12 April 31 

P 28 Dec. 32 
19 June 35 

26 June 38 

27 May 36 
P 16 Feb. 38 

23 July 42 
P 30 Sept. 42 

P 17 Aug. 38 
P 3 Nov. 40 

24 Feb. 43 
P 22 Dec. 43 
P 3 Oct. 45 

24'Mav 44 
P 30 May 45 



t CAPTAIN. 



P 22 June 32 

P 16 Jan. 35 

P 21 Aug. 35 

9 Apr. 38 

21 April 39 

22 Apr. 40 
6 Sept. 39 

25 Auff. 40 
14 Apr. 46 

26 July 44 



30 Apr. 41 

14 Oct. 42 
P 9 Apr. 47 
P24 Sept. 47 
P 24 Oct. 47 
p 28 Apr. 48 

15 July 49 
P 22 Apr. 46' P 9 Aug. 50 
P21 July 46 P 8 Nov. 50 
P 31 July 46 P 24 Jan. 51 
p24 Sept. 47 ;p 12 Oct. 52 

action of Te: 

P 28 Apr. 48 
P 29 Dec. 48 
P12 April 50 
P 14 June 50 
P 16 Aug. 60 
P 17 Jan. 51 
P21 Nov. 51 
P 12 Dec. 51 
P 15 Oct. 52 
P 23 Nov. 52 



13 Jan. 42 I 
2 Aug. 42 

30 June 43 

23 May 45 
P 3 Nov. 46 
P 9 Apr. 47 

15 July 49 
P 9 Apr. 47 
P 8 Nov. 50 
P 17 Oct. 51 



ed thro> 



4 Captain Ki 
Captain Forestei 
out the campaigns in Affghi i 
tan from 1838 to 1842 inclu! 
including the storm and cap [ 
of Ghuznee (modal), storming | 
Khoord Cabool Pass, affair of ' 
zeen, forcing the JugduUuck I 
reduction of the fort of Ma 
Khail, defence of Jellalabad 
sorties on the 14th Nov. and i 
Dec. 1841, 11th March,24th Ma ; 
and 1st April, 1842, general ac 
and defeat of Akbar Khan be ' 
Jellalabad (medalj, storming 
heights of Jugdulluck, get ■ 
and recapture of Cabool (meo , 

Capt. Forester served as an aide-de-camp to Sir \ 

loughby Cotton in 1838, Si), and 40, and at Ghuzne^ 
12 Paymaster Morton served in the 9th . 

campaign of 1845-6 on the Sutlej, iDClud. 

the battles of Moodkee, Ferozeshah, and : 

braon : Medal and two Clasps. 



■Sx,S- 
1 1 Si 



iillli 
o-illl'< 



Paymaster.— Edwin Morton,'= 16 Aug. 50 ; Ens. P 29 Apr. 42 ; Lf. 14 Feb. -■ 

Adjutant.— Lieut. Gerald Fitz Gerald King, 15 July 49. 

Quarter-Master. — Duncan Cameron M'Naughten, 15 Aug. 48. 

Stirgeon. — Richard Robert Dowse, 4 April 61 ; Assist.- Siirg. 15 Jan. 41. 

Assistant 'Surgeons. — Charles William Woodroffe,21 March 51. 
Frederick Clarke, 27 Oct. 48. 
Facings Blue. — Agents, Messrs. Cox & Co. 
' 1 Sir William Gomm served in the expedition to the Helder, in 1799, including the action of the ll 
> Sept at Bergen. Expedition on the coast of France and Spain, under Sir James Pulteney, in 1800. J 
'' pedition to Hanover, in 1805; and that to Stralsund and Copenhagen, in 1807. Campaign of 1808-9, |1 
- eluding the buttles of Roleia, Vimiera, and Corunna. Expedition to Walcheren, and siege of Flushing 
: 1809. Proceeded again to the Peninsula, in 1810, where he served during the remainder of Ihe war, 1 1 
: principal part of the time as an Assistant-Quarter-Master-General, including the battles of Busaco c j 

* Kucntes d'Onor, assault and capture of Badajoz, battle of Salamanca; action at Villa Muriel, battU ; 
J Vittoria, siege of San Sebastian, and battle of the Nive. Served also the campaign of 1815, including ; 

• buttle of Waterloo. Sir William has received the gold cross and one clasp for Badajoz, Salaman 

; Vittoria, St. Sebastian, and Nive ; and the silver War Medal with six clasps for Roleia, Vimiera, Corun . 
: Busaco, Fuentes d'Onor, and Nivelle. ; 

j 2 Major Holcombe served with the 13th Lt. Inf. throughout the campains in Aftghanistan from 1838 to 1842 inclusive, ! 
f commanded the rear guard of the 13th at the passage of the Kojak Pass on the 14th April 1849, when he repulsed the altl , 
' of the enemy on the baggage of the army, and recaptured considerable public property. Accompanied the Expeditio 
: Girishk, and was present at the storm and capture of Ghuznee (medal), assault and capture of the town and forts of Tooti 
1 durrah, and took with two companies of the I3tb the forts on the left of the enemy's position ; storm of Jhool-hur, n , 
: attack at B.iboo Koosh Ghur, destruction of Khardurrah, assault of Perwandurrah, storming of the Khoord Cabool P 
= affair of Tezeen, forcing the Jugdulluck Pass (severely wounded), reduction of the fort of Mamoo Khail, heroic defenc( 
i Jellalabad, and sorties on the Mth Nov. and 1st Dec. 1841, lllh Mar. 21th Mar. and 1st April, 18)2 ; general action and 
1 feat of Akbar Khan before Jellalabad (medal), storming the heights of Jugdulluck, general action of Tezeen, and recap' 
: of Cabool (medal). Commanded four companies of the 13th which forined part of the force which proceeded under 
\ Robert Sale towards Bamean for the purpose of bringing in the Cabool captives. 

: 3 Major Burslem served the campaigns of 1838, 39, and 40 in Aftghanistan, with the 13th, and was present at the st. 
I and capture of Ghuznee (medal), assault and capture of the town and forts of Tootumdurrah, storm of Jhoolghur, m 
' attack at Baboo Koosh Ghur, destruction of Khardurrah, and assault of Perwandurrah. 

!l Capt. Auchmuty served as extr.i Aide. de-Camp to Brigadier Dundasat the siege and capture of Moolun in 191S 
present at tlie operations of 2/ Dec. 1848 before Mooltan, storming of the city, 2nd Jan., and surrender of the Fori, ■-' 
Jan. 1849 (Medal). [For Notes h, and 8, se. f.llo« ing page. 



Head Qiiarlors-] 



a( Llinorick. 



14/A ( The Buchinrjha msldrc) R cgt. of F out. 



16; 



Vfan'SiTir 



-, r,V.r..u,,er.cribed''lNUU.~ JA\ A -" WAlfcRLOQ-'-.. u„unTPOnE." TI,o 7^.;,.,/ 



36 



2 ' 32 



28 



Colonel. 
24 Juue, 1783; X|■<;M^ 



^^;5irJamcs\Vatson,'KCB.,^,w.24Juue, 1783; X.VmMS Vnril 9^ • C«»/ IJ 

— ! St^fMav. 37'' ' ^'""-^^"- ^« J-- •'^^ O.,;. 11 Nov. 51; C./;i4ti; 
Lieut.-ColonrL—Maurkc Barlow, J5:,w. i'21 July. 14 • Lieut 21 M-,rpl, 1- 



:l — 



CAPTAIN! 

Jolm Wateon 

Sir Jas. E. Alexander* *. 



ENSIGN. 



LIEUT. 



July 2G|P17 May 27 

iS'or:;H:ii;SiFIFi 

William Douglas .... ''33 ^"^ ?! ' ^^^^ H. 

Willia.n CoMr.o Treyor . . I ] 1 Mar S 00 i^"^' ^,fj ^^ ^'P'' *« 



CAPTAIN. 



Pll Aug. 37 

I' 18 June 30 

1 June 41 

22 Jan. 4G 



Robert .Macdonal.l • . . . I oy ^av 4"! onV" T," 

Charles Cecil Xewman . . 2G Ju?y 4^ '2 OcT 40 

Henry To^vnsena 30 i^ec. 45 

Lieutenants. 

f 1''''\wl'.''-n''^'"!°'"'°"=- • 22 x\oy. 39 p -8 Jan 40 
John M'CullochO'Toole* 21 June 39 P24 Jun^ 40 
U illiani Ilanbury Hawley > 10 July 4(i n IVh tn 
Juliu.Chethan.8tro,le'«rf;l 17 Dee', til ^9 Dec'. 48 



24 Dec. 47 
'28 Jan. 4 



^- 



^ I Thomas Segraye 

Charles Edward Grogan 

John Barlow 

JJ I Frederiek Sniythe 

iUillJam Ileywood 

j William Banger Bower . 

^ I Falconer Wilson 

j Edwin Groye Helyar . . . 
I Chid ley .«!amuel Coote , 
Ensigns. 
I Charles Monck Wilson 



' P 29 i\ov. 50 
■i"'28 Apr. 48 
<!''23 May 51 



• |P 8 Jan. 4 
|P IG Apr. 4 

• I" 1 Aug. 48 
. |P 2 Feb. 49 . .., ^,^-. ^. 
. |P 15 Mar. 50 p IG Jan. 52 

• Plo Mar. 50 P 13 Feb. 52 
. 22 Xov. 50 P 10 July 52 
. P13Dec. 50'P 12 Oct. 52 

P14 Mar. 51 , p 22 Oct. 52 



DIIEV.-MAJ. 



11 Nov. 51 
9 N >v. 40 



PIG July 52 
P 12 Oct. 52 
P 22 Oct. 52 



3 M«jor Tidjr iprred at the sio-a 
111 ciipture 01 Bhurtporf. * 

1 ••-• OToule i.rved wiihlh. 



49ih 



1 the China crpedition 
"wnt nt the attack 
\m03r. theaccondc 



I-- ...„,.w ..iiauii.. P17June51 

" I Dawson Stockley Warren, P19 Dec 51 1 ,,— • •■"• »«• 

I Gage Hall Dwyer 'p 19 Am ^1 1^^'" "',"'*'r '" « 

" i II. H. A Court Inalefield p 12 Mar 5o ' »"'' ""e cloip for Avi.. 
•J RicliardHusscv Viv;,.n '.. i-r ... ' -XL 8 Quarter- JIusicr 



40'l. InT^ ., I '"/«"' Amoy the.ccond..., 

»J P ID Dec. 51 I Chu«an,ott«clt»nd capture ifCIii 
5()Plf!T„., r.o '">;•• 'we.upttl'on of Nin^.po and ro- 
pul.e ot the niifht attack, attack 
and capture pt Seffoan, Chn.,oc., 
Woo.unK, and Chin Kmne i'oo 
Olid the demooitratioa befure Nnn- 

■i Sir Jamci Alexander (erred in 
tlic Madras LiKhiCavalry urcTious 
»«,.». «• *° '"""S transferred to H. M. Dra- 

fh I ; n" Pro»eiitwiih anoieainthe Odd d/nna^ 
Claret. ""'""•. *"""'•"' '^'"'"•''' P"""ff"c.;."ua 
?.^!' ""V"'^ »•«' on. tl>e per«,n«l .Taff of S.r 
U Urban in South Africa & North Amorica 

^^ ^^^ - Order; aiw the War M.-Jal' 

n ; Ricliard Husscy Vryra"n.'"'p '17 Aui' 50' iJ '^^"."'"^''•''-""^'^•r Ooddard was at Water- 

Thomas I'rittie Cosbv . . Ip a3 Nov V>' itttUsr ""?."'"' """"!■'» "fCa,..l>ray.24<l. 

(Walter FrHeriek Blunt JP 2! J:;:^l&';i!rJ-^^^ 

Regimild Henry Graham 3 Dec. 52 orZ;,„o^r7:^rt"' """ ""S^' ""'' "°""'"f 

i'«y/««*^er.-JohnPc.ter Hall, U April 51 T.' 

. ^ April, 41 ; Caj>t. 15 Feb. 50. ' ' "' ' ^"" 

y M,utunt. -Lieut. Julius Clictham Strode ^ 10 July V> 

i Q««,7e;-.V„.^.r._ir.a Samuel Goddartl/oQ March -V 

, K.„„. --;-'„'; -;-«.^^^ .,„„„ .,.,. ,, ,, 

^Vauou^rred ^t^.c .lege ^^Vlllrin^'t'^t'^^-^^ AMeorghur. Medal for J.r.. 



20 April, 3!) ; Lieut. 23 



I SirJs.»,»»^;,t 



Mr 



'!• 'ii. j.r.,.,„..s .uM W:„l.. ...„cd ttlih the 13th tlir„„_ 
' ■ at the ilortn and rapln 
•1, »lonii of Jliuol^hiir. 
■ • ■iirrah, n.irni.i. • ,,; ,1,. j 

, , , ■■ ■■; llie fort - ■■ " 

,. ,■ ■'"• '•' "^-- km;, lltli Marti 
Khan before Jillalal-ad (Med«l), f(. 



-^.,.o.rcj;^:^ia'ii„;;rv±o:;j. 



v ::.-liaiii>tan from IS28 

'lit Biid capture of 

'li tJliur, df^lniction 

i:r of T.'iecn, i.ircng 

i-.o... 1. ...■. ,,1 J,l.a;.iiji,a and »ortic»„n iho 

A|,ril IM-.'; ifiiieral acUoii and defeat of 

J<i;:aulluck,|;eneral action of Teiceii aiid 



i.cr. 



, ^-ihiKvi.ii iujiion 01 leiceii. aiid 

I :!.','!''■. r"'''.'^ Into Jugdulluck with the rear 
I action \Kiott JoitalabwI. 7th April IH ' 



166 



I5th ( TheYorksliire East Riding) Regt of F. [^"'be^p'ol^'al'MuUi'S. ''''* 



MARTINIQUE"—" GUADALOUPE/ 



Years' Serv. 


59 


F..I1 


Half 


Pay. 


Pay. 


39 


A 


27 





30 


T>. 


28 





23 





22 





20 





17 





18 





16 





15 





14 





12 





14 





12 


v^ 


13 





11 





10 





8 





5 





5 





5 





5 





3 





3 





7 





3 





3 





3 





2 





2 





2 





2 





1 





9 





12 


^^ 


16 





14 





8 





3 






Colonel. 
^ Sir Howard Douglas,' Bt. GCB. GCMG. '2nd Lieut. 1 Jan. 94 ; Limt. 30 May 
94 ; Capt. 2 Oct. 99 ; Maj. 12 Oct. 04 ; Lt.-Col. 31 Dec. 06 ; Col. 4 June 14 ; 
Major-Gen. 19 July 21 ; Lt.-Gen. 10 Jan. 37 ; Gen. 11 Nov. 51 ; Col. 15th 
Foot, 6 Oct. 61. 

Lieut.-Colo7iel. 

Thomas Armstrong Drought,^ Em. 11 Nov. 13 ; Lieut. P 16 Oct. 17 ; Capt. v 10 

Oct. 22; Major, p31 Dec. 30; Lieut.-Col.P2\ March 45. 

Majors. 

George Finder, Ens. p 24 Aug. 26 ; Lieut, p 31 Dec. 30; Capt. p 21 Oct. 30 ; 

Major, ^2,4: May, 44. 
Robert Alexander Cutlibert, Ens. p 25 Sept, 23 ; Lieut, p 7 July 25 ; Capt. p 28 
May 29 ; Major, ^ 21 March 45. _______^____ 



Captains. 



4 Lieut. Turner served with 
the 26th in China (Medal), and 
svas present at the defence of 
Ningpo, action of Tscke, attack 
and capture of Chapoo, Shan?- 
hae, Woosung, and Chin Kiang 
Foo. 

5 Lieut. Powell served a? an 
Ensign in the incorporated 
Militia of Canada for eight 
years, viz. from the 1st. Jan. 
1838 until the 23rd Jan. 1846. 



J.R.Brunker,Lc.24Aug.o2s. 9 April 25 9 Sept. 28 P14 Sept. 32 9 Nov. 46 

John A. Cole 14 Jan. 30 26 May 33 p 14 Dec. 38 11 Nov, 51 

John Hope Wingfield .. p 17 May 31 p 4 Oct. 33 p 18 Jan. 39 11 Nov. 51 

Henry GriersonS p 9 Aug. 33 p 24 Feb. 37 p 6 May 42 

ffo>«. Francis Colborne . . p 1 Oct. 36 p 18 Jan. 39 p 24 May 44 

William Fulton p 10 Apr. 35 Pll Oct. 39 p 12 Apr. 44 

James Allix Wilkinson . . 10 Mar. 37 p 4 Aug. 40 p 8 Mar. 50 
Algernon Robinson Sewell p 16 Feb. 38 p 18 Sept. 40 p 28 June 50 
Wm. Cairnes Armstrong p 6 Dec. 39 p 1 July 42 p 23 Feb. 49 

Charles Graves p 5 Mar. 41 19 Aug. 42 2 Aug. 50 

Lieutenants. 
C.T.deMontenach,c?.pH. P13July 39 p 22 Sept. 43 
WilliamWestTurner,-'«f7/. 19 Feb. 41 p 27 Dec. 42 

Johnson Wilkinson^ p 4 Aug. 40 p24 May 44 

William Drake Hague . . p 6 May 42 p 13 June 45 
C.Wm.ClaytonEast\Z.«<^- p 23 June 43 p 6 Nov. 46 
Augu9tusFred,Warburton p 13 June 45 p 29 Dec, 48 

James Walmsley p 31 Mar, 48 p 8 Feb. 60 

Andrew John Cowper .. P18 Aug. 48 P12 Apr. 50 
Francis Powell Hopkms p 3 Oct. 48 p 24 INIay 50 
Rich. Milbank Tilghman p 29 Dec. 48 p 28 J une 50 

Robert Wynne Price p 10 Feb. 50 p 17 Oct. 61 

George Fred. Christie . . Pl5 Mar. 50 p 16 July 52 
Henry Geo. Aug. Powell^ 23 Jan. 46 27 July 49 

Ensigns. 
Rich. Roxborough Moore P17 May 60 
Charles J. Watson Allen p 14 June 50 . 

George Edward Hunter. . p 12 July 50 
Frederick Edward Lock p 14 Feb. 51 
William Middleton Moore P 17 Oct. 51 
P. A.Anstruther Twynam p 12 Dec. 51 

H. Tennent Jameson 20 Dec. 61 

Joseph Edward Mortimer p 17 Aug. 52 

Paymaster. — Christopher Sayers, 17 Aug. 52 ; Ens. 6 Jan. 44 ; Lieut, v 3 Oct. 48, 
Adjutant. — Lieut. William West Turner, 26 Aug. 50. 
Quarter-Master. — Robert Imray, 8 June, 38. 

Surgeon. — Thomas Rose Dyce, 3 Aug. 49 ; Assist.- Stir (j. 7 June 39. 
Assist. -Surgeons. — James Alexander Wishart, M.D., 9 Dec. 45. 
Jones Lamprey, M.B., 8 Oct. 50. 

Facings Yellow. — Agent, George Sanmel CoUyer, Esq. 

1 Sir Howard Douglas served in Portugal and Spain in 1808 and 9, and was present at the battle of 
Corunna. Served afterwards at "VValcheren, including the siege and bombardment of Flushing. Returned 
to llie Peninsula in 1811, and continued there during that year and to the end of the campaign of 181ii, 
having in that time been employed on a special mission extending throughout the north of Spain, and was 
present at the operations on the Orbigo and Essler, and in the combined naval and military opirations on 
ihe north coast of Spain in the early part of 1812, the attack and reduction of Lequetio, and afterwards at 
the siepc of Astorga; the operations on the Douro, including the blockade of Zamona, the attack and 
reduction of the enenjy's Ports on the Douro, and the siege of Burgos. Sir Howard has received Ihe War 
MeJal and one clasp for Corunna. 

2 Lieut.-Colonel Drought commanded the entire of the troops during the suppression of the Rebellion in the Kandian 
Provinces in Ceylon in ISdS. 

8 Capt. Grierson, Lieuts. Wilkinson and East, served with a detachment consisting of 200 of the 15th 
Regt. and Ceylon Rifles, under Capt. Lillie, in defeating the insurgents at Matole on the 29th July 1848, 
during the Rebellion in the Kandian Provinces in Ceylon. 



CAPTAIN. 



BREV.-MAJ. 



Emb. for For. 8«rT.j iQf/^(^ 7^/j^ Bedfordshire) Rcgt. of Foot. 



10 Jan. IMS. 



[6«rvinK 
Uepot 

Vo«n' SerT.I .^ , 7" 
ColuiU'l. 

tW _ |J Wni. Carr, Vtscounl Berettford," GCB. UCH. Ens. 27 Aug. 1786; 

Full 'Hull I June, 89; Capt.i4 Jan. 01 ; Mnjor, 1 March, U4 ; Lieut.-Col.W 
P»r|H«).| Col. 1 Jan. 00; Mt\jor-Gen. '25 April, 08; Lieut.-Gen. 1 Jan. 12 

I 1 May, 25 : Col. 10 Rtgt. 15 March, 23. 

< ' Litut.-Culonil. 

39 



at Jtmalct. 
at UU-r. 



Lieut. 26 

Aug. 94 ; 

Gtn. 27 



Rolwrt Luxmoorc, i>M. 1 June, 20 ; Lieut. 11 June 24; Capt. i'31 Aug. 30; 

MUfur, »' 18 Ai)ril, 45 ; Lieut. -Col. v 10 March, 48. 
l>ii, ..V^o;*.— Wiu. Cockull,^ Ens. 20 Die. 22; Lt. i' 23 June 25; Crt;;^ p29 Aug. 

20 ; Brcv.-Maj., 23 iN ov. 41 ; M(iJ., v \ 7 Nov. 43 ; Brev. Lt.-Col. 1 1 Nov. 61. 
Ij:; Henry Copinpcr, Ens. 28 Apr. 25; Lieut. G Mar. 28; Capt. 8 July 42 ; 

Major, •' 20 Dec. 51. 



Captains. 

• On*, .\Iexander Munro 

o JohnWillettPayneAudain 

John Henderson 

i"; Francis Lucas' 

Chas. Lorenzo dc Winton 
Cluirles .\rTnstrone .... 
Gtxirgc John I'eacocke .. 

(tiorge iStuddert 

L. Stanhope Rich. Lovell 
G. De la Poor Beresford,*. 



{ Lieutenants. 

John O. Chichester .... 

Geo. Fred. Macdonald .. 

ny.Alf.Macdonahl,</./)m 

Thomas C. II igginson .. 

James William Bostock* 

Charles Coote Grant .. .. 

William .\rni9trong 

Thomas Casey Lyon.«, adj: 

Wm. Charles Bancroft, s. 

John Parker 

Cook Sibbs Flower, rf. «</;. 

Francis Kctallack j 

Archibald Philip Douglas^ 

I EN:«I<iNS. 

John King Heudall .... 

John Watkins Freeman. . 

I) Thomas Coote Grant .... 

Jumes Davis 

l> John C'oop4.T 

Graves C. .Swan Lombard 

James Constable 

William Henry RaiusfonL 



EN.SIOX. 



G Oct. 151 
14 Dec. 26 
1^20 Jan. 32' 
1' 1 Oct. 25 
P15 Feb. 39 
P 25 Apr. 40 

8 July 42 
1" 3 June 30 
22 Dec. 43 
P 19 April 44 



26 Apr. 

2 Oct. 

28 Nov. 

24 Oct. 
2 July 
19 Aug. 
^ 24 Oct. 
!• 19 July 
V 3 Nov. 
9 2 Mar. 



P26 Oct. 
P 8 Mav 

30 Dec. 

10 Apr. 
P 1 Mav 
P 9 May 
P 24 Oct. 
P31 Oct. 

25 June 
P 3 Nov. 
P20 Julv 
p 2 Nov. 
P 12 Apr. 



39 27 May 42 

40 P 25 Aug. 43 
40 P 10 Nov. 43 
42 1 8 July 46 

46 P 20 Oct. 48 
45 1 20 Aug. 49 
45 P21 Aug. 49 
45|P 2 Nov. 49 
44 I 21 April 46 
46'PIO Sept. 50 

47 V2Q Dec. 51 

49 p 18 June 62 

50 P 14 Sept. 52 



CAPTAIN. 



BHEV.-MAJ. 



1 Julv 41 
27 May 42 

PIO Nov. 43 

19 Nov. 44 

P 10 Mar. 48 

2 Nov. 49 
P21 June 60 
? 3 Aug. 49 
1*26 Dec. 51 
'14 Sept. 62 



S Cflptain Lucas, with th« 
effective men of the wing of 
the 6tli Reet. stationed at 
Aden, forraid part of an expe- 
dition of iOU men under the 
commund of Lieut.-(Jol. Pcn- 
nycuick, which destroyed the 
Arab posts of SI.eik Medi and 
•Sheik Uihman, and skirmish) d 
between those places on the 
Olh Oct. 1841. 



p 17 Sept. 50 

P21 Nov. 61 

V i'i Jan. 52 

p 16 Apr. 52 

10 Julv 52 

P 17 Aug. 52 

21 Sept. 52 

23 Nov. 52 



t Lieut. B«slock screed ts actiog Aiile.<lc-C*inp to 
Brigadier Cknpbell commaDdini tbe tnd CsTsirf 
Brigade of tbe Armjr of tbe Satltj, and was preuut at 
Ihc battle of Sobrmoa (Medal). 



\ Paymaster. —Wm. Alphonso Kirk, 22 Nov. 44 ; Ens. 30 Dec. 31 ; Lt. 8 Feb. 84. 

A ({jut ant. —Lieut. Thomas Casey Lyons, 10 Jan. 52. 

it^uurter-Muster. — John Banvanl,3 March, 48. 

I Sunjeon.—JoUii Droj.e .M'lll.'ee, 8 D. c. 45 ; Assist.-Surg. 20 Feb. 35. 

Wuutant-Surffeons.—UcuTy Fowie Smith, MD. 23 March 47. 

I Henry Martyn Frascr, M.D. 11 Sept. 49. 

Facings \cnoy(— Agent, 5ir John Kirkland. 

I LorU Bewafortl has received U.e gold Cross and .even Clasps for <<"•""""."'•••'»•*""'''•": ^'^'i'''*' 
SUMunea (S4-Ter»ly wounded,, V.tlona, Pyrenc... Nirellc. Ni»*. t)rtl.es and Toulouse; and the Bilrer 
War Medal with one Clasp for Ciudad Kudri«o. , . . ^ , 

• Lt.-Col. Cockdl lerred at the tief e aid capture of Bhuilpore under Lord ComUrmere. 

07 »2 



168 



18 



\1th ( T1ieL€icesterslnre)Recjt.ofFoot. \^'1^§Z^!' 

TheBoi/ffZ Tirjer, superscribed "HINDOOSTAK"— "AFFGHANISTAN"— "GHUZNEE"— "KHELAT" 

Colonel. 
i9 f.ia Sir Peregrine Maitland,' GCB. Ens. 2o June, 1792; Lieut. & Capt. 

30 April, 94; Capt. & Lieut.-Col. 25 June, 1803; Col. 1 Jan. 12 ; Maj.-Gen. 

4 June, 14 ; Lt.-Gen. 22 July 30 ; Gen. 9 Nov. 46 ; Col. 17tli Regt. 2 Jan. 43. 
Lieut. -Colonel.—^ Pliilip M'Pherson, CB.^ Ens. 2 Nov. 09; Lt. 13 June, 11 ; 

Capt. 13 Mar. 27 ; Brcv.-Maj. 23 Nov. 41 ; J3rev.-Lt.-CoL 4 July, 43; 3IaJ. 

1 Aug. 44; Lt.-Col. 3 Dec. 52. 
i1/f(/o;-^.— Arthur Lowry Cole, Ens. p 22 Aug. 34 ; Lieut, p 20 Nov. 38 ; Capt. 

P 7 Sept. 41 ; Major, v 14 June 50, 
Oliver Paget Bourke,^ Ens.vW Dec. 35 ; Lieut, v 27 Oct. 37; Capt. 7 Nov. 

44 ; Major, 3 Dec. 52. ^_^_ 



Captains. 
Thos. Ormsby Ruttledge 

John L. Croker^ 

Edward Croker"* 

William Gordon 

Alexander M'Kiustry . . 
Rich. John Ross O'Couorl 

Johnson Bourne 

Archibald W. Dickson . . 

David Latouche Colthurst 

William A. Armstrong . . 

Lieutenants. 

Philip M'Pherson 

Fred. J. Sandys Lindesay 
Clem. H. J. Heigham,ftf/;'. 

George Tito Brice 

William Henry Earle 

Richard Wm. Cradock . . 
Tlieod. Henry Brinckman 
William Parry Williams 
RicliardEdmund Williams 
Frederick Henry Mylius 
Arthur Cotton Young . . 

Ralph Smyth 

James Lawson 

Ensigns. 
Jas. Browne Horner Boyd 
Fred. Windham Lukin . . 

Cecil M'Pherson 

Michael Bradford 

SwinnertouHallidayDyer 
Charles Thomas Castle 
Wm. DalrympleTompson 
Shadwell Henry Gierke 



CAPTAIN. 



P 29 Apr. 36 j P 23 Apr. 38 9 Sept. 45 

18 Mar. 37 5 June 39 p 5 Nov. 47 

P27 Oct. 37; 21 Oct. 39|P10 Mar. 48 



P 20 July 38 iP 3 Apr. 40 
P 22 Feb. 39 : P 25 Sept. 40 
P 12 Apr. 39 i 1 Feb. 42 
Pll Jan. 39;P19 Nov. 41 
20 Mar. 46 I P 29 Dec. 46 



P20 Julv 47 
p 1 Nov. 40 

27 Oct. 46 
P 10 Mar. 48 

PIO Nov. 48 



PlO Nov. 48 
28 July 43 

P 10 Mar. 48 
V 2 Feb. 49 
p 16 Nov. 49 



22 Dec. 48 i P .30 Nov. 49 
P13 Apr. 49 IP 25 Oct. 50 
"14 Dec. 49 P25 Apr. 51 



15 Dec. 49 
P18 Jan. 50 
P 16 Feb. 50 

1 1 July 45 
P"l5 Feb. 50 
P 22 Nov. 50 
P 13 Dec. 50 

P 22 Nov. 50 
P16 May 51 
P16 Sept. 51 
P 30 Sept. 51 
p 12 Dec. 51 
P 18 July 51 
P15 Oct. 52 
3 Dec. 52 



P 16 May 51 
p 8 July 51 
Pl7 Oct. 51 

19 Dec. 51 
P 21 May 52 

7 Sept. 52 
3 Dec. 52 



P 2 Feb. 

21 Aug. 
P30 Nov. 

19 Dec. 



P 21 May 52 

P 7 Sept. 52 

3 Dec. 52 



3 Lt.-Col. M'Pherson embarkrJ 
for the Peninsula in May 1809, as a 
volunteer in the 52nd, and served 
as such in the advance up to Tala- 
vera and the retreat from thence, 
to 2nd Nov. 1809, when he was 
promoted to an Ensigncy in tlie 
43rd, from which time he served 
with the Light Division until the 
end of that war, in 1814, includin- 
the following battles, sieges, &c,, 
viz., Coa, Mortiagoa, sliirmish 
near and battle of Busaco, Coim- 
bra, Alenquer, Pombal, Rcdinha, 
Miranda do Corvo. Foz d'Arouce, 
Sabugal, Fuentes d'Onor, Espcjo, 
Soita, Ciudad Rodrigo, Badajoz, 
Mar. and Apr. 1812, Carvellejo, 
Petiegua, Salamanca, Nivelle, 
Bayonne, Nive, Tarbes, Tourne- 
feuille and Toulouse. Contused 
on the head in the trenches at Ba- 
dajoz by the bursting of a shell. 
Served as aide-de-camp to Sir 
Charles Napier throughout the 
operations in Scinde, including tlie 
battles of Mceanee and Hydrabad. 
Hchasreceived the War Medal with 
eight clasps for Busaco, Fucntrs 
d'Onor, Ciudad Rodrigo, Badajo/, 
Salamanca, Nivelle, Nive, & Tou- 

Paymaster.—^Vi iUisim Telford,* 20 Oct. 48; E7is. 5 Dec. 11 ; Lt. 25 Aug. 13 ; 
Adjutant.— Lieut. Clement lly. John Heigham, 6 July 52. \_Cnpt. 2 April 41. 
Quarter-Master. — John Mulhall,* 17 Aug. 41. 

Surg.— Rohert Allan, 1 Nov. 42 ; A. -Surg. 29 July, 30 ; H.- Assist. 22 Nov. 27. 
Assist. -Surgeon. — George Pishey Thompson Hill, 5 Nov. -52. 
FacingsWhiic.—Agts., Cox & Co.— Irish Agts.. SirB. R. Borough, Bt., Armit 
[Returned from Bombay 6 Aug. 1847.] [& Co. 



1 Sir Pcr:grine Maitland serv 
1798. He was employed in Spai 
expedition to the Scheldt in 1809. 
of Waterloo. Sir Peregrine has I 



1 with the 1st Guards in Flanders, and 
in 1808-9, and was preseut in the a 
He commanded a Brigade of Guards 
ivcd the gold Medal for t 



as present in several actions : also at Ostend in 
ons of Lugo and Corunna : he served also in the 
the passage of the Nive and also at the battle 
the silver War Medal with one clasp for Corunna. 
Major Bourke, Captains Ruttledge, J. L. Crokcr, E. Croker, and tiuarter-master Mulhall, served with the regiment 
during the campaign in Affghanistan and Beloochistan, and were present at the storm and capture of Ghuznec, 23 July 1839, 
and storm and capture of Khelat, 13 Nov. following. The eiudel of Ghuznee was assaulted by the litb, led by Lieut.-Col. 
Croker ; and the first British standard, viz. the Regimental Colour of the 17th Regiment, was planted on the Citadel of 
Ghuznee by Capt. John L. Croker. 

5 Capt. Telford served in the Peninsula from March 1812 to the end of the war, including the battle of Salamanca, retreat 
from Burgos, action of Villa Muriel, affair at Osma, battle of Vittoria, carrying of the outworks of San Sebastian 17th July, 
and first assault on the body of the fortress 25th July ; also second assault and capture 31st A 
Nivelle 10th Nov., and Nive 9th, 10th, and 11th Dec. 1813. Served subsequently in the American! 
War Medal with five clasps for Salamanca, Vittoria, St, Sebastian, Nivelle, and Nive. 



in 



fOn Service aB»in«tT 1 Cq 
L the Iliini.cse. J '^ '^ 



.'et-io";,'T;/;:] l^^^' ( ^'>!/<^l ^'-'^-^O Ii'r/'-'»"nt of Foot. 

On tlicilircccoriR IS of the second Colour, the Lion of Nassau," Virtutis Nainur- 

{ Ye«ni'S«rY .| ccnsis Piuemiiiin." The Sd/uiix, '' EiiYPT." "CHINA," " The Unujoit." 

' »<> Colonel.— 1^ Sir John Forster l-itzKenilil,' KCIJ. Vi/i*. '-"J Oct. <ja ; Lieut. :n 

Full HiUf Ja"- 0-*; t'rty^r 9 May, !)4 ; Major, 'lo ^^ept. 03 ; L^CM^-Co/. 25 July, 10; 
P.y. l'«T. to/. 1-2 Auk. l!'; .Vf/>;-t,V/i. 'i'i July, 30; Lieut.-Gen. 23 Not. 41; Col. 

1 18th Regt. It March. 50. Licnt.-Colonels. 

I Thomas t^cott lUitfnolds,' CB. Ens. 23 Juno 25; Lieut. 25 April 28; Capt. 
I I 1" 20 April 31 ; .Vajor, 30 July 42 ; Licut.-Col. 30 March 44. 

Charles James Coolc, Ens. v 21 June, 31 ; Lieut, p li) iJec. 34 ; Capt. v 14 April. 
! I 37 ; M([}or, 3 Sept. 47 ; Lieut.-Col. p 10 Nov. 48. 

I m M({jors.— John G rattan, 3 CH. Ens. v « July, 13 ; Lt. 4 Sept. 23 ; Capt. 4 Mar. 30 ; 
I Brev.-Major, 20 May, 41 ; Major, It) May, 42 ; Brev. Lt.-Col. 14 Aug. 46. 
, Francis Wigston,* Ens.'v U! :Mar. 20 ; Lieut, p 1 June, 32 ; Capt. p 18 Jan. 3'J j 
I Brcv.-Mf{jor, 23 Dec. 42 ; Mtijor, 7 Dec. 47. 



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I Captains. 

j Clement A . Edwards* . , 
John Clark Kennedy * . , 
j Geo. Fred. Stevenson Call 
\ Archibald Neil Campbell 
I William Tyrrell liruce" 

John Joseph Wood 

] Alexander Gillespie 



liXSIGJJ. 



LIEUT. 



CAPTAIN. BKEV.-MAJ. 



1 1 June 29 | p 28 Nov. 34 p 13 Jlar. 40 
<>25 0ct. 33 I P 10 Mar. 37 P 3 Dec. 41 
7 Apr. 37 P20 Sept. 39 ] p 30 Dee. 42 

1 Nov. 42 
15 May 47 

7 Dec. 47 

2 Mar. 49 



14 Aug. 281 8 April 31 

P 4 July 34 I P 15 Apr. 30 

19 Sept. 34 23 Oct. 39 

PIG Aug. 42 PIG Dec. 45 

John Borrow I p 10 Feb. 41 p 23 Feb. 44 



John Cormick' 

, M'illiani Elford Adams . . 

LlECTENAXTS. 

' Anth.W.S.F. Armstrong" 

Isaac Henry Hewitt'* . . 

Wm. Peter Cockburn^ . . 

Charles Woodwright" . . 

Edniond W.Sargent, '*flrr{;. 

Matthew Jones Ilayman' 

Henry Allsop Ward .... 

Frederick Lillie 

Wm. Henry Graves .... 
, JosephGeorgeWilkinson'^ 

I George Swaby" 

j Charles Frederick Kelly 

John Swjnbum '* 

! Henry James Stephenson , 
I Frederick Willington . . • . ! 

George Augustus Elliot.. jP 10 Dec. 47 
I Hear)- Pierccy =' p 9 Mar. 38 

Juhn Canavan 10 Jan. 47 

Geo. L. W. D. Flamstead p 28 April 48 

George Ellis I 13 Nov. 40 

Francis Eteson j p G Aug. 47 

Thomas Robinson GibboD^.P 5 May 48 

Thomas llardwick Smith Feb. 40 



P 27 Aug. 41 ; 
20 May 42 j 

P21 June 39 
P 12 July 39 
P 21 June 39 
P13 Mar. 40 

18 May 41 : 
P 14 July 41 i 

17 Aug. 41 ' 

19 Aug. 42 
25 Nov. 42 

1 June 41 
PIG April 41 

2 Apr. 43 



P 25 Oct. 42 

11 Apr. 44 

26 Jan. 41 

13 May 41 
20 June 41 

12 Sept. 41 
20 July 42 
20 Aug. 42 
24 Oct. 42 

14 Sept. 43 
2 Feb. 44 

20 July 44 
19 May 43 
' 5 Feb. 47 



Apr. 40 j 13 Sept. 48 



P 28 Sept. 47 
P31 Dec. 4 



13 



15 



Ensign.s. 
Alexander Hope Graves 
Georue Wm. Stacpoole.. 
William James Hales .. 

' Thxmas Esmoude 

IGco. Henry Pocklington 
{William O'Bryen Taylor 
Uobert Hoey Jex Blake 
' John William Meurant 



3 April 49 
22 Dec. 48 

P 7 Mar. 51 
14 Nov. 39 
5 Aug. 51 

P30 May 61 
29 Oct. 48 
9 July 52 
12 Oct. 52 

P 10 Dec. 52 



11 Nov. 51 
7 June 49 



1 Apr. 47 

P 12 July 50 

3 Apr. 49 



icnoldtierrrdwitb 
Chum expedition 
(Midal), uiid wuic prrunt at tha 
•tormin-f of tho hciKbta nod fort* 
ntiuvr Canton, taking of Ainoy, 
second capture of Chusan,atoriuiii); 
ol tho forlined hci|,-hts of Cbiiihue, 
taking of Niu^po, attack and cap* 
ture of the enemy's entrenched camp 
on the heights of Segoan (severely 
wounded), capture of Chapuu 
(wounded), Wooaunp, and Chin 
Kiaiiir Too, and lundinic bcfora 
Nankin. 

3Ll.-Col.aratt«n WBsactiTcIy em- 
ployed on the frontiers during the re- 
bellion in Canada in lt>38. ]{e served 
ill China with the IStb (.Medal), and 



advance against the enemy's en- 
trenched camp, for which ho wa« 
selected bv Sir Hugh Gougb as Iho 
bearer of Lis despatches, promoted 



to the 



ank of major. 






fasdica 
ckland 



brigade major of r ort St.(je 

Lord Kill. On his 

— on board the AJadan 

charge of Lord 

spiitchfs, the ship ha 

hre during a gale of wind, he with 

a few others narrowly escaped tbo 

fateof tifly si " " 



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of Lt.- 
ngbai ; 

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7 Lieut. H 
the letb on 



.ii,Ainoy,Chusan,Chin. 
ciuaKiangKoo'.Medal) 
...I. Ill, Amojr. Chapoo, 

wart served with 



13 Dec. 50 
P18 Apr. 51 
P 19 Aug. 51 
P22 Nov. 51 

5 Dec. 51 

14 Sept. 52 
23 Nov. 52 

p 22 Aug. 51 
I Paymaster.-John MacKeuzic Kennedy,"* 30 Oct. 28 ; En^. 24 Feb. 14 ;, Lieut, 

i'GFcb.23. 
\A({/utant.— Lieut. Edmond Wm. Sargent,'" 9 July o2. 
I Qu«r/«T--VM*<c;-.— Thomas Carney, 14 Oct. 51. 
\ Surgeon.— Jama Stewart,' 5 Aug. 40; Assi.it.-Sury. 17 April, 3(*. 
8; (jMi»/.-ii«rj7*.— Joseph Hamilton Dwyer, A. B. 14 Nov. 4 J. 
7 William Kelman Chalmers, M.D. 13 Nov. 40. 

' Facings Blue.— -4 gents, Messrs. Cox Sc Co. 

1 sir Joha V. FiUfer.ld ««nnuJ«l«» . Ilf h. ballallon and . brl»«U In U>. P.oln.uls. and h« r«eUfd Ifac |oM nou 
for Itadajot, Silunaoea. Mllotls. and the Pjrenees. „ ,\i».t.,, ii. „.., 

1» LUut. Annsuoo, -a. at C«.too, Amo,. Chu.«., Ch.nh.e. Mntpo. Se.oan. .»d Chin Kian, I-.- (Med;U. H. eoi... 
manded the (uard al the Wen 0»le of Mofpo on the momini of the I0«h Mvcb isil, 
post. «hl<b, notwittuiaodloc U>< oTernbelmiof dbF«rliy of Dumbcit, 

*"'"''*'■ andChlDKiwfFoo Med.r. [For NotMS.II.M.lS. IM9,ft:l.i«mitr., 



In foice aitaeked tb«i 
u brmvcly malnlaiocd and the enemy repulsed ailh 



Lt. Sutentwu i 



Voosuni, Sb4n|bal, 



170 



Years' Sei 



Full 
Pay. 



Half 
Pay. 



\9th(Thelst Yorkshire North Biding) Regt. ofF. [ at^winchester! 
Colonel. 

Charles Turner » Cornet, -2Q April 95 ; Lieut. 5 March 96 ; Capt. 22 Nov. 98; 
Sr 9 April 07; Lieat.-Col. 4 June 13; CoL22July30; Maj.-Gen.i^ 
Nov. 41 ; Lt.-Gen. U Nov. 61 ; Col. 19th Foot, 1 Sept. 49. 
Lieut. -Colonel. 
Charles Craufurd Hay, Ens. 27 June, 24 ; Lieut, p 24 Dec. 25 ; Capt. p 19 Sept. 

26; Mfl?o?-,Pl6 June, 37; iieM*.-Coi.P30Aug. 42. 
3fq/or.. -Henry Galley, Ens. p29 July 36; Lieut. p2 Feb. 39; Capt. P30 

Robeft sfn^e^lfi'^'/p 2tMay 37 ; Lieut. 26 Jan. 41 ; Capt. p 3 Feb. 43 ; Major, 
P6Aug. 47. _ 



Captains. 
Chas. H. PottsZ- c.iiNov.51 
Thomas Unett «• c- llNov51 
Henry Edward M'Gee . . 

1 James Ker 

1 John LewisRichard Rooke 

Robert Warden 

Lawrence ShadwelP .... 

John Hay Moore 

Rob. One'siphorus Bright 
Godfrey Wm. Hugh Massy 

Lieutenants. 
George Bingham Jenings 
R.Barrett,''fid(Q.M.80Oct.35) 
Geo. Varnham Macdonald 

Fred. C. Ashworth 

Edward Chippindall' .. 

Cecil Rivers 

Hugh Francis Massy .... 

George Lidwill 

Maurice Lynch Blake . . 
Oswald Aug. Grimston . . 
L. Douglas Hay Currie . . 
Richard Doyle Barrett . . 
Richd. Fielding Morrison 
Ensigns. 

George Clay 

George Ridge Beadon . . 
Henry Turner Uniacke . . 

Ramsay Wardlaw 

Peter Godfrey 

Henry L. Weller Clarke 
Edw. Robert Ward Bayley 
Edward Levett . . 



ENSIGN. 



8 Feb. 16 
P 27 Sept. 21 
P 4 Sept. 40 
p 30 Mar. 38 
Pll Sept. 40 
P 12 Oct. 41 

16 Apr. 41 
3 Feb. 43 

9 June 43 
24 Oct. 45 

p 21 July 43 
13 June 45 

13 Nov. 46 
P 2 April 47 
PIO Dec. 47 
P 20 May 42 
p 7 Aug. 47 
p 18 Feb. 48 
Pll Mar. 421 

23 June 48! 
P 2 Feb. 49 

14 April 46 
P 12 Jan. 49 

P 18 Sept. 49 
P19 Oct. 49 
P21 Dec. 49 
P 16 Aug. 50 
Pl6 Sept. 51 
P21 Nov. 51 
P13 Feb. 52 
P 17 Aug. 52 



LIEUT. 



p 13 Nov. 17 
P 22 July 24 
3 Feb. 43 
P 12 Oct. 41 
P 20 xiug. 44 
p 4 April 45 
17 Mar. 43 
P 7 Aug. 46 
p 2 April 47 
P 2 Feb. 49 



April 45 
Aug. 48 
Sept. 49 
Oct. 49 
Jan. 49 
Dec. 46 
July 50 
Dec. 50 
July 43 
Nov. 51 
Jan. 52 
April 48 
July 52 



CAPTAIN. 



28 June 38 
23 Nov. 41 



31 Dec. 25 
6 July 26 
8 Aug. 45 
P 7 Aug. 46 
2 April 47 

6 Aug. 47 

7 Feb. 51 
P21 Nov. 51 

23 Jan. 52 
21 May 62 



2 Capt. Shadwell served with ll 
98th on the China Expedition i 
1842 (Medal), and was present i 
the attack and capture of Chi 
Kiang Foe, and at the investment i 
Nankin. He served as extra aide-i 
camp to Sir Colin Campbell at tl 
battles of ChilUanwallah & Goojera 
Medal and two clasps. 



4 Lieut. Barrett served in the KandianTerr 
tories, Ceylon, during the whole of the Rebelhc 
of 1817 and 18, and couiinanded an oulpo 
during part of the above period. 

6 Quarter-Master Hendry served thecatnpais 
of 1815, and was present at the battles of Qual 
Bras and Waterloo, and capture of Paris. 



1 4 12A Paymaster. -Andxev, Clendining, 25 Jan. 60 ; Ens. p 26 Apr. 27 ; X^. P 9 Apr.81 
18 Adjutant.— Lieut. Richard Barrett,^ 13 June, 45. 

Qlr^«-jra.^er.-a2:i Alexander Hendry,* 2 Sept. 40. rr^^}]i,Sm 

23 2J» Surgeon.-Vfm. Odell, 21 April, 43 ; Assist.-Surg. 9 Nov. 30, Hosp. AssMn 
10 AssUtant- Surgeon.— 'TX^oma.i Longmore, 3 teb. ^■^- 

Facings Green.— Agents, Messrs. Cox i: Co. 
\ Returned from North America, July \^b\.\ 

„.eu...Gencral Charles TurL served in £r.uga,as^^^^^ 

vance wUh the army on the llih, 12th, and general acl.on of ^^^ l^'^! • ^ «^ "^^^^J^^a ™m released by the capitulation 
cavalry near Lake Mareotis, on the 18th March; confaned in Fort Pl'^o^' ^"*°"A^' "^^^ second in con,niaii(i 

"at7.ty in September 1801. . In October 1803 .^pPOinJed Aide-de^amp to Im^^^ i Ll, 

Ireland. In March 1806 appoiuted Assistant Adjutant-General. In January 1808 na^ embarked for Barbadoej, < 
Dragoons to the 13th regiment, accompanied that corps t°,^e™"da./'"^o^^ '° J that island m 1809. He 

^^S^t^^^^^^^r^^^tB}n^ -^re Moon 

J. '^,^^:tt ^::^^^'^^^' 'itlTLT:^ tr':^TZJli the ron and oar. 

of Cheniote, and at the battle of Goojerat. ^ ..- 

9 captain Cormick was present with the 40th '" the action of^Mahara^pore f^.|^ec 1843^(Medal). 
\\ Sh. "He4.^ural ll-ZZ'TXt^irC^.st, ^cS'a?,'^Nr„g'po'set:»Wo"orShangha, Wo'osung. and Chin K. 
^75 'S^^ilkinson served in .he «,h Regt. with the CMnese expedition from May 1842 to the end of ^e war. ^ | 
panied the expedition under Maj-Genera D'Agu;laf/;^''^hassauUed and tooyhe torts o ^ ^^,^<^i,meni of invalid 

?iver. those of the Staked Barrier and ol the City of Can'°°. '» Apnl >8^^ ^^^^^ ^^^^^ 3rd March 1 

board the ship Buckmghamshm, when that vessel was totaUy destroyea oy nrc u »■ 

when on the passage from Calcutta to England. . T1'A?uilar which assaulted and took the forts oi 

17 Lieut. Swabylccompanied the expedition ",ndev Major-General D Aguilar, wmc Command 

Bocca Tigris in the Canton river, those of the Staked Barrier ^^^ of tb C«r o tan on P ^^^ ^^ ^^^^^^^^ 

detachment of invaUds on board the ship BucktnghainsUre 7'^';° tl^" '^^^f '/ 



Rent, of Foot. ['cIZ.'."] 171 



Y«ir»' Sf rv 
70 



•27 



IH 



s^e'A'allS'i'^^'." .] 20/A ( The East Detonshirc) 

I'MINDEN"— " E(i MONT -OP-ZEE "—The .«.>/u«J-, with tho words •' EGVPT"— " MAIDA"— " VIMIEUA' 
"CORUNNA"— "VITTORI A"— "PYRENEES"— "ORTUES"— "TOULOUSE"— "PENINSULA." 

Colonel. 
5i;- Andrew Pilkiugton,' KCB. ^;i.». 7 Mar. 83; Lieut. 24 Jan. 91 ; Capt. 2 
Mar. 95; Jf^o;-, .*H Mar. 04; Lieut.-Col. 6 Oct. 09; Co/. 12 Aug. 19; 
M<\jor-Gai. 22 July 30; Lieut. -Gen. 23 Nov. 41 ; Col. 20th Foot, 2,j Nov. 50. 
Lieut. -Colonel. 
Frederick Worn, Ens. p 2GJan. 2G; Lieut. p17 April, 28 ; Capt. I'lG June, 37; 
Major, P7 Sept. 41 ; Lt.-Col. 14 April 40. 
Majors. 
Hugh Dennis Crofton, JS/w. P 13 ilar. 35; Z(■t'«^ 29 Dec. 37 ; Capt. p 9 Aug. 39 ; 

M({jor, P 30 Dec. 45. 
Lord Mark Kerr, Ens. P 19 June 35 ; Lieut, p 14 Sept. 38 ; CayJ^ p 26 June 40 ; 
M(\jor, P 25 J uly 5 1 . ^^ 



KXSHiN. 



Captai 

Fred. Charles Evelegh . . |p 1 July 30 

James B. Sharpe 27 Nov. 35 

Scrope Reynett Berdmore I 25 Jan. 25 
Geo. B. Ciiani. Crcspigny i P 29 Jan. 3G 

llenrv Crawley 11 Oct. 27 

Richard Leigli Lye P 3 Nov. 37 

George Stecvens p 3 Aug. 38 

Geo. Fred. Weller Foley p 17 Apr. 40 
\\m. Pollexfen Radclifie p 12 Mar. 41 

Albemarle Dewar p 25 Aug. 43 

Lieutenants. | 

George Tonison ( p 7 Sept. 41 

t' , W'lii.Thomas Wayte Wood I' 15 June 42 
Cliarles Ricliard Butler.. 
Ildinunfl Francis Anstey 
\\illiam HcuryDowling. . 

Manslield Turner 

I Henry James 

! John Gittens Maycock . . 
I James tJeorge Hay .... 
I Jas.U'allaccDunlop Adair 
>;teph. Remnant Chapman I 



1,1 El- 



p 10 Nov. 37 
P 12 April 39 

11 Oct. 27 
P 20 July 39 

11 June 30 
P 9 Aug. 39 
P 17 Apr. 40 

15 Apr. 42 
P 2 Aug. 42 

18 April 45 



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8 Jan 
Edward Lect I p 10 Dec. 47 

ENsilUNS. 

William Henry McNeill.. JP I Oct. 47 

Charles Lutye'ns ^ P 4 Feb. 48 

(ieorgeSliuldhamPeard.. P 5 Feb. 48 

Francis PadHeld, adj j p 7 Apr. 48 

MorgaiiThomasRotheram JP 12 Jan. 49 
Charles Edw. Parkinson I 29 June 49 
Wm. D. Scrase Dickins.. p 19 Aug. 51 

Jolm Clarke I 30 Jan. 62 

Aug. Riversdale Warren p12 Mar. 52 



9 Oct. 43 

23 Aug. 44 

10 Jan. 42! P 21 Mar. 45 

P 1 Nov. 42 P30 Dec. 45 

20 Oct. 43 8 Sept. 46 
P 13 Feb. 4G,P29 Jan. 47 
P31 Mar. 43 |p 3 Oct. 45 
I- 2 June 43 P 4 April 45 
P31 Dec. 4411" 1 Sept. 48 

21 Apr. 40, 3 Jan. 52 
P GJuly 49 
P27 July 49 



p 12 Mar. 41 

P 7 Sept. 41 

15 Apr. 42 

P 17 June 42 

9 Oct. 43 

P30 Dec. 45 

14 Apr. 46 

P27 Dec. 50 

p 25 July 51 1 

5 Sept. 491 



brev.-maj. 



Licut. P 17 Dec. 18. 



Paymaster.— Ch&T\(ts South, 23 Aug. 27 ; Ens. 9 Dec. 13 ; 
Adjutant.— Em. Francis PadHeld, 22 Doc. 48. 
Qnnrfrr-.VfiWer.— David Bilham, 17 Sept. 41. ,„ . ^ c, ,,, ,, 

5Mrf^co»i.— Philip Whiteside Maclagan.M.D. 24 Sept. 50; Asst.-Surg.\r,.^A^^. 41. 
.iss'utnnt-Surgeons.— VA\\\viu\ Howard, 29 April, 42. 
John .Meane, 24 Dec. 52. 

Facings XqWovh.— Agent, Andrew Lawric, Esq. 






I Junt IW. 



Prrtrb prlTUMr. 



172 



Years' Serv. 


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25 





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20 





19 





1 14 





16 





11 





11 





6 





16 





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2lstRegt.ofFoot,(^RoyalNorthBr;tishFusiliers.) ["^^'^ g",n""' "' 

Tbe Thistle within the Circle of St. Andrew, " Nemo me impiine lacesslt."' The 

King's Cypher and Crown. 
Colonel.—'^ 5ISi Right Hon. Sir Frederick Adam,' GCB. GCMG. Ens. 4 Nov 

1795 ; Lt. 2 Feb. 96 ; Capt. 30 Aug. 99 ; Maj. 9 July, 03 ; Lt.-Col. 28 Aug. 04 ■ 

Col. 20 Feb. 12 ; Maj.-Gen. 4 June 14; Lt.-Gen. 22 July, SO : Gen. 9 Nov. 

46 ; Col. 21st Fusiliers, 31 May, 43. 
iieMf.-CoZo?ieZ.— Frederick George Ainslie, 2nd Lieut, p 24 April 28; Lieut. 

P 5 Oct. 32 ; Capt. p 26 June 38 ; Major, p 20 Oct. 48 ; Lt.-Col. p 23 Apr. 52. 
Majors.— 3o\m Ramsay Stuart, 2nd Lieut. P 20 Jan. 32 ; Lieut. 9 Aug. 35 : 

Capit. P 10 Jan. 40 ; Major, v 9 Feb. 49. 
C. R. Sackville, Lord'West,- 2nd Lieut. p30 Aug. 33; Lieut, p 6 June 35; Capt. 

P 15 Apr. 42 ; Brev.-Major, 3 Apr. 46; Brev. Lieut.-Col. 2 Aug. 60 ; Major, 

P 23 Apr. 52. 



Captains. 

Robert Spring^ 

F.P. Haines,'' a. c 2 Aug. so) 
Edward Dunbar Dunbar^ 
Hon. Jas. Lyon Browne 
Henry Calveley Cotton.. 
Thomas Francis Hobbs . . 
John A.Vesey Kirkland, s. 
John Thomas Dalyell . . 
George Neeld Boldero . . 

John Watson 

First Lieutenants. 
John Patrick Stuart, adj. 
Fra. E. Newport Tinley 

Wm. Savage 

William John Legh .... 
John Millar Bannatync. . 
Hon. Wm. George Boyle 
Wm. Pole CoUingwood . . 
Holt Waring Gierke .... 
Edwin A. Tucker Steward 

John Aldridge 

Thomas Bailey Richards 
Henry F. Berkeley Maxse 

Crofton Peddie 

Second Lieuts. 

Roger Killeen 

Alfred Templeman 

John Charles Sheffield . . 
William Henry Carleton 

Henry King 

Henry Fra. Eden Hurt . . 
Hon. Robert Rainy Best 
John George Image 



I' 14 Feb. 34 
P21 June 89 
P27 Oct. 37 
P 14 Jan. 42 
P 16 Apr. 42 

15 Jan. 47 
P 22 Aug. 37 

14 May 47 
P 8 Oct. 47 
P 18 Aug. 38 

80 Dec. 38 
P 28 Aug. 40 
7 Aug. 40 
P 20 Oct. 48 
P 17 Dec. 47 
P 9 Feb. 49 
P23 Mar. 47 

23 Nov. 49 
P 15 Mar. 50 
p 12 April 50 
P15 May 51 

never 
P17 Oct. 51 



LIEUT. 



P 4 Dec. 35 
P 15 Dec. 40 
P 20 Oct. 40 
P 8 Nov. 44 
P 14 July 45 



captain. 



11 Feb. 46 
16 May 46 

Pll Oct. 44 
22 Dec. 48 

P 5 Nov. 50 



P21 May 50 ' p 2 Apr. 52 



P 27 July 38 

p 21 June 50 

3 Apr. 49 

31 May 40 

3 Oct. 40 
P 25 Sept. 41 

25 Oct. 42 
Pll Apr. 51 
P 10 Jan. 51 
P 16 Sept. 51 
P15 Nov. 50 
P 26 Mar. 52 
P 2 Apr. 52 
P 23 Apr. 52 
P 28 Jlay 52 
P 1 June 49 

23 Nov. 52 



BREV.-MAJ. 



6 Sept. 44 
P 23 Apr. 52 
P 7 May 52 

6 Nov. 52 



2 Lord West served on Sir 
Hugh Gough'9 staff throughout 
the campaign on the Sutlej 
(Medal), — as Aide-de-camp in 
the battles of Moodkee and 
Ferozeshah, and as Officiating 
Military Secretary during the 
remainder of the campaign and 
in the battle of Sobraon. 



3 Capt. Spring served with the 53d in the cam- 
paign on the Sutlej in 1846 (Medal), including 
the actions at Buddiwal, Aliwal, and Sobraon. 

5 Capt. Dunbar served with the 22nd the 
campaign in the Southern Mahratta country, 
and was present at the investment and capture 
of PanuUa and Pownghur, and in the opera- 
tions against the forts Munnahur and Munsun- 
tosh. He served also in Upper and Lower 
Scinde i 



20 Feb. 52 
P26 Mar. 52 
P 14 May 52 
Pll June 52 
Pi2 June 52 
P13 June 52 
P17 Aug. 52 
23 Nov. 52 
Paipnaster.— Ernest Aug. Hawker, 1 9 Oct. 38 ; E^is. 30 Sept. 30 -jLt.VQ July 36 
Adjutant. — Lieut. John Patrick Stuart, 1 Dec. 48. 
Quarter-Master. — Arthur Jackson Green, 23 July 52. 
Surgeon. — John Fraser, M.D., 24 Aug. 52; Assist. -Surg. 20 Aug. 41. 
Assistant-Surgeon. — Arthur Jackson Greer, 23 July 52. 
Facings Blue. — Agent, Andrew Lawrie, Esq. 
\_JReturned from Bengal, Uth May, 1848.] 
1 Sir Frederick Adam served in Holland, and was present in the actions of the 27th August, 19th Sep- 
tember, and 2nd October, 1799; took part in the actions of the 8th, 13th, and 21st March, 1801, in Egypt. 
Sir Frederick was severely wounded near Alicant, 12th April, 1813 ; at the pass of Ordall he received two 
wounds, one which brolie his left arm, and another which shattered his left hand ; and he was also severely 
woM)ided at Waterloo. 

4 Lieut.-Colonel Haines' services:— On the formation of the Army of the Sutlej he was appointed to officiate as Military 
Secretary to the Commaudcr-in-Chief in India, Sir Hugh Gough, and in that capacity he was present at the battles of 
Moodkee, 18th Dec. and Ferozeshah, 21st Dec. 18-15 (Medal and one Clasp) : in the latter engagement he was severely 
wounded by grape shot at the attack on the enemy's works, his horse being killed under him at the same moment. At 
'.lie recommendation of Lord Gough be was promoted to a company in the 10th Foot without purchase. As MiUtary 
Secretary to His Lordship he served the Punjaub campaign of 18-)8.9, and was present at the affair of outposts at Ram- 
nuggur 22nd Nov. 1848 and subsequent operations resulting in the passage of the Chenab, and the battles of Chilhan- 
wallah and Goojerat (Medal and two Clasps.) 

4 Major Smith and Quarter- Master Young served the campaign in the Southern Mahratta country, in 1814-6, and were 
liresent at the investment and capture ofthe Forts of Panullaand Pownghur. 

20 Lieut. Hughes served throughout the operations in Scinde (Medal), including the destruction of Imaumshur and (he 
at the battles of Meeanee and Hyderabr.d. He was also present at PanuUa and Poivnghur. 

21 Doctor Currie served with the 16th Lancers at ttie battle of Maharajpore 29lh Dec. 1813 (Medal). Also in the cam- 
paign on the Sutlej in 1846 Medal, including the actions at Buddiwal, Aliwal, and Sobraon. 

22 Mr. Barry serveil with the 1st battalion COtli Royal RiOes throughout the Punjaub campaign of 181S 9, was present 
.It the sie^e of Mooltan, also at the battle ol Goojerat Feb. 21st 1819 (Medal and Clasps), 

2.t Ensign Burke servtd in the 22nd in the campaign in the Southeni Mahratta Country in 1844 and 1840, and was present 
nt the storm of the Pettah ton 27th Nov, and o( the fcrts of Panulla and Powngiuir. 



ser^ic. 26i.„. 1841 . J 2 2/u/ ( 1 lie Cficshnr) Hegt. oj t oot. Lu-rwui i'in.Jc«. J 173 
" SciSDK," " Meeam:i:," " IIvnEiiAnAi).' 
Cohnd.—l^ Sir Charles Jus. Napiir,' GCU. i'/M. 31 Jan. 04 ; Lieut. 8 May, 94 ; 
Capt. 'i'J Uic. 03 ; Major, '2'J Mav, OU; Lt.- Col. 'J7 Juno, 1 1 ; Col. '21 May, 
•Jo; .1/«J.-6V". 10 Jan. 37; Lt.-Geii.U Nov. 4(!; Co/. 22 Kcgt. 21 Nov. 43. 
Lieut. -Colonels. — Snniuil Brandrain Hoilcnu, Jitis. i'4 Oct. 21; Lieut. I'l Aug, 
20 ; Cupt.V'2b Nov. -2^,Moj. v 1) Dec. 30 ^Lt.-Col. v U Dec. 40; Co/. 1 1 Nov. 51. 
Sydmv John t'otton, Cor. lU Apr. 10 ; Lt. 13 Feb. 12 ; Capt. n Jan. 20 ; Major 

"l8Jan.28; Brevet Lieut.-Col. 23 Nov. 41 ; Lieut.-Col. 8 Jan. 43. 
Majors.— H&y'nX Kac Smith,* i'nj. r3 Nov.25; Lieut. 13 Feb. 28; Capt. P 20 
April, 31 ; Major, 23 Feb. 44. 
Fred. Darley George,' C13. Cornet, p24 Mar. 25; Lt. p30 April 27 ; Capt. p30 
Aug. 33 ; Brevet-Major, 4 July, 43 ; Mqjor, 30 Nov. 40. 



Half 
Pav. 



Captains. 
T.SydenhamConway,*CB.| 

'James Ramsay,'* t I 

Francis l\vm Harding'. . 
Jos. Edwin Thackwell,"'«. p OJune 34 
I Arthur Lake Johnston . . p 22 July 3G 
David Anderson 28 Dec. 38 



ENSIGN. I LIEUT. 



G. Abercronibie Uobiuson 20 July 44 



John lliggin Graham 
William Henry I'oulett. 
Lieutenants. 

Joseph Maycock 

Herbert Geo. Bowden'", 



14 Feb. 28 P20 April 31 
18 May 32 p 10 May 34 
Pie Mar. 38 1 p 18 Dec. 40 
23 Oct. 30 
30 Dec. 38 
15 May 41 
' 14 Aug. 40 
' OJune 40 
' 7 Mar. 45 
' 4 Aug. 48 



May 42 
P 30 May 45 



j Robert Blackall'*.. 

I Robert Col vill Jones 

[Thomas Stack '\... 

I John Baldwin 

Geo. P. Edw. Morrison . . 

jllcn. .Vllen Murray Dcane 
Edw Simeon WebberSmith 
Frederick George Moore 

William Couch 

Thomas Newton Young.. 
Lynch Slaiiletou Cotton , 
Hen. Vansit. Pennefatherj 
William Hughes' 



P 20 Oct. 40 20 Apr. 4 

30 Apr. 41 P30 Mav 43 

P 10 Jan. 38 Mar. 40 

P 9 Aug. 30 8 Feb. 41 

18 Feb. 431 18 Nov. 4 

P 29 Dec. 43 p 22 May 40 

28 June 44 p 8 Sept. 4( 

p 5 Dec. 43 P 1 Dec. 40 

21 Apr. 40 P 30 July 47 

4 Nov. 42 20 Nov. 45 

20 Oct. 40 P19 Nov. 47 

P22 May 40 p20 Mav 48 

8 Sept. 40 P 27 Mav 48 
28 Feb. 45 18 Aug. 48 

9 Sept. 40 2 June 49 

Andrew Hill ' p 31 Dec. 47 p 21 Aug. 40 

Francis George King.. .. | 14 Apr. 40' 30 Nov. 40 

D. Pleydell Bouverie, adj. P 12 May 48 p28 Dec. 40 

Arthur Lloyd Monk .. 18 Aug. 48 11 Nov. 41 

[George Onslow Deane .. p20 Dec. 48 12 Dec. 51 

William McBean [ 30 Nov. 40 p 8 June 52 

William Cairncross ' 29 Oct. 47 10 July 52 

J. H. Houston Gammell.. p15 Oct. 47JPI7 Dec. 52 

John \\ illiara Poole .... Nov. 47 ] ,, p,,.,m„„ b«iow. p«vi„u. to7ntorin, the .™r, 

John Burke''* 4 Sept. 49 wried Ihrcc yc*n u anilOthlpminlnthc Rojtal N»»7. 

T.N.YoungfQr..M.OApr.47J 21 July 48 



i 17 



CAPTAIN. BREV.-MAJ. 



Dec. 30 ' 

30 Mar. 44 j 

20 Jan. 47 I 

20 May 48 

P 20 Oct. 48 

2 Feb. 49 

11 Dec. 40 

P21 Feb. 51 

7 May 52 

May 51 



4 July 43 
2 Aug. 50 



i M»j. George serred throuchoul 
the cunpaign in Sciade (Medal) 
under Sir Charles Napier, includiof 
Thi> destruction or Im.iumghur in the 
desert, and the battles of Meeanee 
and Hyderabad, 1313, at which laat 
he commanded the 22nd regt. lie 
serTed also the campaign in the 
Siiuthern MahratUcountryln 1844-S: 
and Brigadier Hicks being roortally 
wounded. Major Georga took com- 
mand of detachments at the stom 
of the Petahs and northern front 
of Panulla and Pownghur, Not. V, 
and was present at the investment 
and capture of both tho^e forts, 
being in command of the left flank 
post, and during the operations 
against the Forts Munnahur and 
Munsuntosbinthe Southern Concan, 
commanded left wing 22d Krgt., and 
aAernards eoromanded the Field 
Brigade (temporarll)-) at Kolaporr. 

G Maj. Conway served throughout 
the operations in Scinde (Medal) 
including the batUet of Meeanee 
Hyderabad ; and he commanded 
the Light Company (detached) at 
the previous defence of the Reii* 
dency at Hyderabail. He serrrd 
also the campaign in the Southern 
Mabratta country, and was present 
Investment and capture of 



He served afterwards 
• „,~ I p, to April 181X ; the campaign agamst Nepaul in Igli; 

Charles Robert Moore .. | P 17 Jan. ol »nd the Mabratta campaigns of 1«17 and IHIH, and 

Robert Jackson I 12 Dec. 51 "•• prwot at the batut of Jubbiepore, mui Dte. 

John Graham.- 10 Feb 5"^ I '*"• "« -" P«»">« ""t "•' '"'h •' '*" "-"ic of 

JlJIin uranamt | it; r<.0. O- j ^^^„„ (medal)-, and with Uic 9th Lanerrs at the 

U utter .Macphen<011 .... i P 10 Apr. 52 passage of the Chenab at lUmnuggur, and the battle* 

Lawrence N. D. Hammond | 23 Nov. 52 "' fhiuianwaiiah and r.oojrrau 

Paymaster.— T^ Ciithbert Barlow,'^ 3 Jan. 28; Ens. 7 Jan. 10; /,/. 13 Jan. 14. 

Aiyutant. — Lieut. Diincombe Pleydell Bouverie, 10 July 52. 

Qii//r/er--V«jr^er.— William Young,< 10 Dec. 41 ; Ens. 19 Nov. 41. 

Hurgeon. — Samuel Currie, M.D.," 12 Feb. 47 ; Assist. -Surg. 14 Oct. 30. 

Assist.-Surg. — Daniel I'aterson Barn, ," 7 Au)?. JO. 

Andrew Leith Adams, M.D. 1 Dec. 48. I Facings Vi\iR'. — Agents, 
Joseph Sawyers, .M.D. 20 Nov 50. | Mes-^rs. Cox i Co. 



1 sir Charles Napier serretl 



eb<llton, in irt^i and in the insurrection, in 1M3. Commanded the Mth 

i:-r<j'j.-t:<. 'It \i.f csrni aixn tr ru.;natin.- « r.ti the t>atlle of Corunna, when he was made prisoner after rrrriving fire wounds, 

' n the head. Id the back by a bayonet, ribs broken by a cannon-shot, and several 

..krt. Returned to the rrolnsiila the latter pait of 1"OT. »here be lemaineU 

■:.ir Coa (had two hortri shot under him), battle of llusacu (shot through th* 

r I .:- ntri it' Olio r, second sirge of Bailajoi, and a great number of skirmishes, 

•.W.*- ,.r>r.l ma:' I iiited States of North Anirrira; landed a great number of 

it Craney island, .■ sign of Isli. and wi« t>T<-»ent a! the storming of Cambray. 

uided the force I ' b. 1»I3, w ith only S.-'OO Briliih tro<'ps, he attacked and 

i'.rd, after adesperit .. > of the enemy, strongly posted at Meeane*. On the tIsC 

► lb. Ilydrabad sunendrrrl m him ; sn ; m tlif '.'iih Msi'i , "Hh XOOOmen, he attacked »nd signally defeated jo.ooo of th« 

enemy, potted In a very strong and difllcult position at Uubba near Hydrabad, thus ecmpleling the entire subjiigatloo 

of Seiadc. Karly In IMi, with a force consisting of about MOO men of all arms, he took Use «eld against the mounUin and 

■-''■ " . . ,.,' „. ,,.,it bank of the Indus to the north of Shikarpore, and after an arduous campaign be elTrcted 

'T tribes. Sir Charles has reeeired the gold medal for Corunna, and the ailirr War 

d Fuentes d'Onor. 
', roue hoal the wir In Chin*, and waspresenlat Chusan.Amny,Ningpo,Chapao, Shangbat 
fFor Notes t. 7 M. II. It. and 13. sn orecedinx nur. 



r. h. Emb.rorPoreigni 2Zrd(Roval Welsh Fusiliers)Regt of Foot, [rjfserv.'fn Canada; 

Serv. 13 May, io4^. j \ t7 -,-. * t. _» 

Tn thP rpntre of the Colour the Prince of Wales's Feathers, with the motto, "Ic/j Dcen. -In the second 
In the centre 01 ine ^"'""^ „ -(j j^ j^^^j Dragon, aud in the fourth corner, the While Horse, 

and th'rd corners, the iJmn?*^^^^^ Sp7u«rr, with the words " EGYPT"-" CO- 

Z'^J^l " Vr^NTOUE"- " BADAJOZ" - " SALAMANCA"-" VITTORIA"- 

^VYl^nl^^'-^m^^V^W'-'^ ORraES"-" TOULOUSE"-" PENINSULA"-" WATERLOO." 

Colonel. 

mSlr George Charles D'Aguilar,! KCB., ^«5. 24 Sept. 99; iiewif. 1 Dec. 02 j 

^ Capt. 30 Mar. 08 ; Maj. 1 Apr. 13 ; Lt.-Col. 20 May 13 ; Col 22 July, 30 ; 

Maj.-Gm. 23 Nov. 41 ; Lt.-Gen. 11 Nov. 51 ; Col. 23rd Fusils. 31 Jan. 51. 

Lieut. -Colo7iels. 

Arthur Wellesley Torrens, Ens. & iiew#. 14 April, 25; Lieut. & C«i?#. 12 June, 

30 ; Capt. & Lieut. -Col. p 11 Sept. 40 ; Col. 11 Nov. 51 ^^ _ ^ ^ ^ , 

r. Charles Crutchley, 2nd Xiewi. p8 Apr. 26; Lteut. 22 July, 30; Capt. Pll 

Dec. 35: MffW,P 22 Oct. 44; i^-CoZ. 24 July 49. „^ ^. ^^. 
Majors.-r. Harry George Chester, ^nd Lieut. p26 Oct. 30; iiew^. 7 Aug. 35; 

Caj3!^. Pll Sept. 40; i»f«/or, 24 July 49. o^ i^ * doq t> 

Daniel Lysons,' £«4«, ^26 Dec. 34; Lieut. P23 Aug.37; Ca;)^ P29 Dec. 
43 ; Major, p 3 Aug. 49. 



Full 


Half 


Pay. 


Pay. 


28 





27 





23 





19 





28 





20 





16 





14 





14 





12 





11 





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Captains. 

Fred. J. Phillott 

r. HobartGrantAnderdon 
Arth. W. Williams Wynn 
Arthur James Herbert . • 
Francis Edward Evans . . 
r. Wm. Pitcairn Campbell 

Edward W. D. Bell . . 
John Charles Conolly . . 
r. Fred. Thomas Brock . . 

Robert Bruce 

r. Charles Edward Hopton 
Fred. Biscoe Tritton 

First Lieutenants. 
r. Robert Taylor Raynes 
Cornelius Graham Sutton 

r. Edward Howell 

Edmund Crofts 

. George Henry Hughes 
Robert Vaughan Dickens 
Sir H O R Chamberlain^!' 
Fred. P. R. D. RadcUffe 
r.Edwd.GascoigneBulwer 
Hen.D'OyleyTorrens, adj 
r. Jervoise Clarke Jei-voise 
Francis Edward Drewe 
r. Henry Bathurst, adj. 
5'JrWm.NorrisYoung,i?!^. 

. Frederic Sayer - 

. George Trevelyan John 

Second Lieuts. 

, Charles Carnegie . . . 
Henry Clarke Jervoise . . 

. William Capell Clarke 

James Duff 

Bevil Granville 

Fred. Fletcher Vane 

Douglas Dyneley 

Reginald Hearle Paynter 

Henry Anstruther 

Joseph Henry Butler 



2nd LIEUT. 



7 Apr. 25 
P15 Nov. 33 
P 24 Mar. 37 

5 Apr. 39 

5 Apr. 39 

6 Aug. 41 
15 Apr. 42 

P30 Oct. 40 
20 May 42 
P31 Mar. 43 
P 4 Aug. 43 
P22 Mar. 44 

17 Apr. 42 
P 22 Oct. 44 
P 11 Nov. 45 
p 8 May 46 
P 28 Aug. 46 

1 May 46 

25 Aug. 46 

P 6 July 49 

p 21 Aug. 49 

18 Sept.49 
P 13 June 50 
P17 May 50 
P 15 June 50 
P 16 June 60 
P 5 Nov. 50 
P 21 Nov. 60 



P22 Nov. 60 
P 13 Dec. 50 
.1 



LIEUT. 



CAPTAIN. 



P12 Dec. 26 
P24 Mar. 37 
Pll Sept. 40 
15 Apr. 42 
15 Apr. 42 
P 4 Aug. 43 
P17 Nov. 43 
P 22 July 42 
P22 Oct. 44 
P 28 Mar. 45 
p 30 May 45 
p 8 May 46 



14 Apr. 46 
P 15 Oct. 47 
P 23 Mar. 49 
P 6 July 49 
P 25 Jan. 50 
5 Nov. 50 
P 5 Nov. 50 
P 5 Nov. 60 
p 13 Dec. 50 
8 May 51 
p 9 May 61 
P23 Sept. 51 
P21 Nov. 51 
P 23 Feb. 52 
P 14 Sept. 52 
P 12 Oct. 62 



15 Apr. 42 
P 31 Mar. 43 
P 28 Mar. 45 
p 8 Aug. 45 
P 11 Nov. 45 
P 16 Apr. 47 

18 Dec. 48 
p 6 July 49 
P 5 Nov. 50 
P 9 May 51 
P 9 May 51 
p23 Sept. 61 



BREV.-MAJ. 



1 Sir G. C. ^D'Agoilar served 
eight years in India during the wars 
of Sc'india and Holkar, and was 
present at the siege and storm of 
Baroaeh in Guzerat in Aug. 1803 ; 
at the reduction of Powenghar in 
Malwa in 1804 ; the capture and oc- 
cupation of Ougein, the capital of 
Scindia, in 1805; also at the several 
assaults upon the Fortress of Bhurt- 
pore in 1806, in the last of -n-hich he 
was wounded. Served subsequently 
in Walcheren at the siege of Flush- 
ing. Also in Sicily, the Greek 
Islands, and on the eastern coast of 
Spain, where he was present in 1813 
at the action of Biar, and defeat of 
Marshal Suchet at Castalla. Joined 
the army in the Netherlands under 
the Duke of Welhngton in 1815, and 
was present at the capture of Paris. 
Major-General D'Aguilar has served 
26 years on the General Staff, of 
which eight as Assistant-Adjutant- 
General at the Horse Guards (prin- 
cipally under the Duke of Tork), 
and twelve as Adjutant-General of the army in Ireland. 
He commanded the expedition which in 1847, assaulted 
and took the forts of the Bocca Tigris in the Canton 
River, those of the Staked Barrier, and those of the city 
of Canton, spiking 879 pieces of heavy ordnance. 



P18 Apr, 
P15 May 61 
P16 May 51 
P17 Oct. 51 
P 12 Dec. 51 
p 12 Mar. 52 
P15 Oct. 52 
P 23 Nov. 62 
Parjmaster.—H&nty Hall Dare, 14 JMar. 61 ; 2d Lt. 20 Oct. 43 ; i^ p 8 Aug. 4.j 
Adjutants.— Lieut. Henry D'Oyly Torrens, 14 March 51. 

r. Lieut. Henry Bathurst, 14 Sept. 62. 
Quarter-Masters.— MA Charles Grant,'' 5 July, 44. 

r. Robert Fortune, 25 Aug. 46. 
Surgeons.— r. Robert Smith, 8 Dee. 45; Assist. -Surg. 26 Sept. 34. 

Richard Gamble, M.D. 12 March 52; Assist.-Surg. 8 June 41. 
Assist.-Sur(jeons.—\Ni\\ia.TCi Godfrey Watt, 1 March, 44. 

r. Vesey Agmondisham Brown, M.D. 11 Blay 49. 
Facings Blue. — Agents, Messrs. Cox & Co. 
\\st Battalion Returned J'rom Nova Scotia, 5 Oct. 48.] 

2 Major Lysons served in Canada during the late insurrection, and was honourably mentioned in Col. Gore's dejpatcht 

^^* Quartemaster Grant served the campaign of 1815, and was severely wounded at Quatre Bras. Ho lerTCd M Actin 
Quartermaster in the Grenadier Guards during the insurrection in Canada in 1838 9. 



«m:m«:'"-] 1\th{The2nd mmoickslnre) Regt. of Foot. [^,?.r;:i?.fbVd.] 175 



•— "TALAVBBA"— " I'UF.HTRS dOKOR" 
'NlTELLB'— "OKTUEs"— "I'ESIHSULA 



The SphtHJC, trlth tliff nor.li, 

' y»«ii' 8er».| "Sai-aviakca"— "VirxoKiA' 

6a Colonel.— nohcTt Ellin-,' En.o. « Nov. OH ; Lt. b Jan. 99 ; Cnpt. 4 May, 01 j 
i-ilj I Half Mojor, \-2 May, 08 ; Lt.-Col. 10 Mar. 09 ; Col. 12 Aug. 10 ; Mnjor-Gen. 22 
P«y. Pay. ! July, 30 ; Lt.-Ctn. '23 Nov. 41 , Col. -24111 K.-t. 2 Nov. 4-J. 

Lieut. -Colontlg. — William Ciustuvus Brown,^ Em. 7 July 2o ; Lieut. 11 May 



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j 30; Copt. 10 May 44; M<\jor, 13 Jan. 40; Lieut..Col. i'21 Dec. 49. 

Charles Henry Ellice, Liettt. 10 May 39 ; Capt. i' 8 Aug. 46 ; Major, i' 21 Dec. 49 ; 

Lieut.-Col. 1' 8 Aug. iil. 
Mqjors. — Augustus Cleon,a' Blaclilord,' Em. v 12 Nov. 25 ; Lieut, v 12 Dec. 2G j 

Capt. 17 Aui,'. 41 ; Major, 14 Jan. 49 ; Brevet Lieut. -Col. 7 June 49. 
Edmund Wodehouse, £/i*. •• 24 Mar. 37 ; Lieut, i' 15 Jan. 41 ; Capt, v 28 Apr. 40 ; 

Major, 1' 8 Au(f. 51. 



' C.IPTAINS. 

I Louis Howe Bazalgctte* 
I Francis Spring: 

John Henry Lutnian*. . . . 
I Francis Charks Skurray 
' Andrew JohuMacpherson^ 

Richard Aubin CrokeH'. . 
; Gcoi-ge Frederick Berry* 
; John Bulkclev Thelwali"-' 
.William Hartshorn'" .. 












J Francis Clark' 

LlElTENANTr*. 

Charles .Mackechnie^ 

Thomas .Maiini,' Greensill 
Henry Macdonald Burns 
Wm. Douglas Hall Baillie^ 
Henn.- John Hinde^ .. .. 
Hob.G..\.deMontmorency 
Robert Halahan 

, James Stewart 

Joseph Chas. Goodfellow'-' 
Richard Henry Travers" 
Fred. Wm. Adam Pars-ons 
Richard Henry Holland 
Wiilium Vesty MunningB 

' Henry Nangle . . 

' James Tcnnent Tovey . . 

I William Price Hill .... 

I Charles .\hncy Mouat'*. . 

j Robert Lind 

Samuel Head 

Charles Petrtts Oeneste. . 

I R. Josh. Logan Crutcldey 
Sam. John James Burns 



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1 tixsiu.\8. 

I Francis Freeman White 
.\lfred -Nicholson Cripps 

Andrew David Hays.... 

T. .Madden" Q M.l-.'Oct.49 

Henryilaversham Austen 

William Werge 



20 June 38 P 24 Sept. 41 

P28 Feb. 40; I' 22 April 42 

8 Jan. 41 |p1G June 43 

P 7 Oct. 37 [ 8 April 42 

19 Apr. 421 20 July 44 
P 13 Feb. 42 5 Oct. 44 



7 Jan. 42 I P 25 Apr. 45 

P 4 Aug. 43 3 April 4G 

29 Dec. 43 3 Apr. 4G 

P 11 Apr. 45 !p 9 Oct. 46 

P IG Apr. 41 ' 3 Apr. 40 

5 Ai.r. 40 P-20 0ct. 48 

20 May 42' 23 Juno 48 



CAPTAIN. I BREV.-MAJ. 



P14 Apr. 4(! 


14 Jan 


49 


13 Nov. 40 


do. 




P 25 Aug. 4G 


do. 




17 May 44 


1 Jan. 


49 


27 Feb. 45 


5 Jan. 


49 


12 Oct. 45 


do. 




P 9 Dec. 45 


do. 




10 Aug. 48 


20 Oct. 


49 


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Pll Dec. 


49 



7 Apr. 48 

14 Jan. 49 
do. 

do. 
do. 

15 Jan. 49 
20 Oct. 49 

P21 Dec. 49 
P 8 Aug. 51 
P2C Dec. 51 



11 Qr.-Master Airey lerved 
wUli the 13th throughout the 
eumpaigiis in Afl'ghanistun from 
lt*3S tu 1842 inclusive, and was 
present at lliu storm and cap- 
ture of Qliu;:ncc (medul), as- 
sault and capture of the town 
and forts of Tootumdurrah, 
storm of Jhuolghur, night at- 
tack at Baboo Koosh Uhur, 
destruction of Khaniurrah, as- 
sault of Perwandurrah, storm- 
ing of the Khoord Cabool Pass, 
ult'air of Tczcen, forcing the 



•lOMnr Jft'p 1 Fph r,ol J"g'l"""ck Pa»8, reduction of 
lUMar. 4» PI ieb. ^O^,,,^ ,^^, of Mamoo Khail.de- 
17 Jan. 40| 10 Apr. 49, iHiiccof Jellalubad(Med:iI) and 



23 Nov. 49 1 P 8 Aug. 51 
18 Apr. 4(i P 2 May 51 

Mar. 40' 10 Sept. 41 
14 Dec. 40'P20 Dec. 51 

1 Jan. 47 20 Nov. 48 

:.: », :; ::,. . ^ ^' ' recapture of Cabool (Medal), 
23 Nov. 49' 2G June 52 1 
Pll May 49 p2G Nov 



ies on thf Uth Nov. and 1st 
Dec. 18-11, 11th Mar. 24lli JIar. 
and 1st April, 1S4^; general 
action and defeat of Akbar 
Khan before Jellalahad, storm- 
ing the heights of Jugdulluck, 
general action of Tciecn, and 



P 15 Feb. 50 

P18 .May .".1 

P 20 Oct. V.I 

12 Dec. :,\ 

2G Dec. 51 

28 May 



.' of the Cbcuilb, 
tallalitilighiljr m 



udcd;. 



I .Alexander (iarden >Sband p25 Sept. 4!) 

John Henry .Vrinit p 21 Sept. 52 

! Alfred William Adcoek.. p 17 Dec. 52 



the i'unjAul) canipaigD of l»t»-9, iiicluaiiiK thr |>Miag« 
of the <'brii«l>, anil D«tilrt uf S»tlo<>Iauorr, (.'hilltao- 
wallth (Mouiidrd), and Goujcrat (Mrdal and C'latpi^ 



Paifinatter. — Geo. .Vhercromhy Ferrier,'*29 Mar. 42; Eiu.P 12 .\prii,33; Lieut. 

Ai(jutant.—Eiu. Thomas Madden,'" 12 Dec. 51. [i' 1 June, 38. 

Quarter -Miuter.—1\\o\m^s Alrey," 28 May 52 ; Ena. 21 April 40 ; Lt. 5 Jan. 49. 

Surgeon. — Joseph Burki-," 22 Dec. 48 ; Assist. -Surij. 10 Jan. 40. 
\Auitt.-Surgeon$. — William Hanliury,*3 Apr. 40. 
' James Lewis Holloway, 17 March 48. 

\ John Alex. William Thompson, M.D. 19 Nov. 44. 

Facings Green. — Agents, Messnt.Cox k Co. 

iifm! fni'r icrrrfl on ihr cip- lltvn n <• ith Am^ri.-a, »r,1 laai i.rn. nt at th« capturt of Bunsoa Ajrrn. 

. — ,., 1 .v._ -v. . .. _ .. 1 - .. 1 _.. ,, ,1,, ^iih at lh« paaaagc of the 

h ai liir battle nf Goiuerat (Medal 

cludinf Ibe paaaage of the Cbenab 
,nd tioojrrai (Medal and I'bupaj. 
..T A', iiir paauf* of the Cbmab and baulea 



•er«ed in the Punjaub campairn oi )»*».», and waa preaeot at the puaa(« of th« Cbeub and 
baitleaof S«looUpore and CbdluDKaUab (aoerelr vounded:. Medal and Claapi. 

IS Eiuifa Maddeo icrTed alth the I4Ui in ib« Punjaub campaign of 18tS-7, lacludinf the pAuafc of the Cbenab %bA battle* 



Years' Serv 



C7 



^^%%'eSik.] 25^A ( The Kinff^s own Borderers) Regt of Ft [ ^f^^Sf, c-; 

The King's Crest in two comers of the Colour, " In Veritate Beligmiis confido." The 
Arms of Edinburgh, " NisiDominusfmstra;" with the WhiteHorsein the third corner 
of the Colour. " Nee aspera terrent." " MINDEN"— " EGMONT-OP-ZEE." The 
Sphinx. " EGYPT."— Flank Companies, " MARTINIQUE." 
Colonel. 
^ Sir Henry Fred. Campbell, ' KCB. & GCH. JEns. 20 Sept. 86 ; Lieut. & 
Capt.25 April, 93; Capt.&: Liezit.-Col. 6 April, 96; CoZ. 25 Sept. 03; 3Iojor. 
Gen. 25 July, 10; Lieut.-Gen. 4 June, 14; Gen. 10 Jan. 37; Col. 25th Regt. 
20 Oct. 31. Lieut.-Colonels. 

John Joseph Mollis, Eiis. 9 July 03 ; Lt. 1 Dec. 04 ; Ca2)t. 30 Mar. 09 ; Br.-Muj. 
22 July 30; Moj. 8 Apr. 42; Bret:-Lt.-Col.,9^o\'. 46; i!f.-CoL19 June48. 
James Smith Schonswar, Cornet, p5 Mar. 29; Lieut. P17 Dec. 30; Capt. 

P6 May, 36 ; Maj. p2 Aug. 44 ; Lt-Col. 20 July, 47. 
Majors.— Umry Francis Strange,^ Ens. 23 May 15 ; Lieut. 7 April 25; Ca;;;;. p29 
f June 26 ; Brev.-Moj. 23 Nov. 41 ; Maj. 20 Oct. 42; Brev.-Lt.-Col.W Nov.51. 
Samuel Wells, Ens. 9 Apr. 25 ; Lieut, p 8 Oct. 29 ; Capt. p 15 Sept. 37 ; Major, 
\ 16 Sept. 51. 



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Captains. 
Samuel B. Hamilton. . . . 

George Holt 

W.C.E. Napier '' /. c 30 May 31 
EdwardRamsdenPriestley 

512a John Impett'^ 

Stanhope Mason Gildea. . 

512a Thomas Deacon^ 

James Ogilvy 

F.W.H.irf. Burghersh^ . 

Henry Ton-eus "Walker . . 

Lieutenants. 

Fred. J. B. Priestley 

Robert Cairnes Bruce . . 

Samuel Percy Lea 

George Bent 

Charles D. Pogson 

Cha. Jas. Stewart Wallace 
Charles Fred. Browne . . 
Henry Exley Jones .... 
Frederick Wm. Breedon 
Thomas Edwin Blomlield 
William George Turner . . 
Astley Campbell Smith . . 
Horatio Priestley, adj. . . 
Arthur Ridgway Poyntz 
Charles Cramond Dick . . 

John Henry Nott 

Douglas Ernest Manners 

Alexander Strange 

George Skene Hallowes 
Francis Kegan Cox .... 
John Richard Harvey . . 

John O'Hea 

Ensigns. 
■William Robert Goodall 

John Hemy Tripp 

George Johnstone White 

Lionel Holmes 

Henry Southwell Brown 
Lionel Mordaunt Eraser 
James iMoorhead 



20 Sept. 33 
10 Aug. 23 
28 Aug. 35 

27 Nov. 35 
14 April 14 

P 29 Apr. 37 
5 Apr. 13 

P 31 Mar. 38 
24 Feb. 43 

28 Oct. 36 

2 Mar. 38 

P 30 Mar. 38 

P 6 July 38 

10 April 42 

9 April 42 

5 Nov. 41 

19 May 43 

P27 Oct. 43 

PlO May 45 

24 May 44 
P 19 May 46 
P 11 Nov. 45 

28 Aug. 46 
16 Sept. 45 

25 April 48 
P 12 Sept. 48 

18 Apr. 45 
16 June 48 

16 Feb. 49 
4 May 49 
9 Ma'r. 49 

17 Feb. 50 

12 April 60 
P 12 July 50 
P17 Jan. 51 
P18 Apr. 51 
P 13 Feb. 52 
9 July 52 

23 Nov. 52 



Robert Chadwick j p17 Dec. 52 



LIEUT. 



P 14 July 37 

12 Sept. 25 

P17 Nov. 37 

P 13 Jan. 38 

P 5 Oct. 20 

Pll May 38 

3 Aug. 15 

P 15 Dec. 40 

26 July 44 

P 4 July 39 



8April42 

do. 

do. 

P13 Oct. 43 

PlO ftlay 44 

P 20 Dec. 44 

9 June 46 

9 June 46 

29 Jan. 47 

P 8 Oct. 47 

25 April 48 

11 June 48 



CAPTAIN. 



P 12 Jan. 39 
30 Oct. 40 

P 29 April 42 

P20 Oct. 43 
SO Jan. 35 

P19 May 46 
29 Apr. 36 
19 June 48 

P 1 Aug. 48 
16 Sept. 51 



BREV.-MAJ. 



11 Nov. 51 
11 Nov. 51 
18 Feb. 48 



7 June 49 



1 Sir Henry Frederick Camp- 
bell served in Holland from 
Feb. to May, 1793 ; in Flanders 
from June to Dec. 1794, and 
was present in the action at 
Boxtel. Embarked for Portu- 
gal in Dec. 1808, in command of 
the 2d Brigade of Guards, and 
was present at the passage of 
the Douro and capture of 
Oporto, action at Salamonde, 
and battle of Talavera, when 
he was severely wounded, and 
returned to England in conse- 
, ^ ^ ,^ I quence. Rejoined the army in 

19 June 48 Portugal, in June, 1811, and 
10 April 49 resumed the command of the 
- - - 2nd Brigade of Guards, with 

which he was present at the 
siege of Ciudad Rodrigo. On 
the advance of the British ; 
Army across the Agueda into 
Spain, he commanded the 1st ; 
Division, and with it was pre- 
sent at the battle of Sala- • 
manca, capture of Madrid, and 
siege of Burgos. Medal and 
one clasp for Talavtia and 
Salamanca. 



15 Mar. 50 
P 14 Feb. 51 

18 ISIay 49 
P 4 Apr. 51 

21 Oct. 51 
p 25 June 52 

24 July 62 
P29 Oct. 62 



5 Major Impctt sened the campaign 
he 7l9t, and was present at the battle of 



of 1815 with 

of Waterloo. 

6 Maj. Deacon served with the 2nd battahon of the 
/3rd ou the expedition to Stralsund, under Sir Sam. 
Gibbs, in 1813; and to the north of Germany, under 
Count Walmoden, and was present at the battle of 
Gocrde. Subsequently in Holland, under Lord Lyne- 
doch, during the operations of the winter campaign of 
1813-14. Campaign of 1815,— severely wounded at Wa- 
terloo. Commanded one of the disturbed districts of 
the Kandian provinces, and otheroperations,in Ceylon, 
during the rebellion of ISi; and IS. 

Paymaster.— Wm. Brumell, 30 Sept. 42; Ens. 11 June, 30; Lieut. 10 Oct. 34. 
Adjutant. — Lieut. Horatio Priestley, 24 July 52. 
Quarter-Master. — Robert Malcolm, 27 April 49. 
Surgeon. — James M'Gregor, 13 Dec. 44; Assist. -Surg. 24 July 34. 
Assist. -Surgs. — Jonas King Carr, M.D. 24 July 46. 
James Eraser, M.D. 20 Oct. 48. 
Watkin Sandom Whylock, M.D. 26 Nov. 52. 
Facings Blue. — Agents, Messrs. Cox & Co. 

3 Lt.-Col. Strange served with the 26th on the China expedition (Medal), and was present at the defence 
of Ningpo, at Tscke, Chapoo, Woosung, Shanghae, Chin Kiaug Foo, and Nankin. 

4 Lieut. -Colonel Napier served as aide-de-camp to Sir Charles Napier during his campaign against the 
mountain and desert tribes situated on the right bank of the Indus, early in 1843. 

7 Lord Burghersh served in the last Punjaub camfaign, and was present at the battle of Goojerat 



26th ( The Cameroni'au) Regiment of Foot. 



Full I HaJf . 

P»y ; P«y. 

28 1 I 



r Einb. for Gibraltar 5 Mar. so. 
L Dip. at Newjiort, Iilcof Wight. 



Tht Sphhu; ''EGWT: 



CIILVA."— T-Ac Dragon. 



IZ-i 



— "COULNNA."— ' 

{J ta John, iorrf Seatoii.'GCB.GCMG.UCII., 2:»w. 10 July, 1794; X^ 4 Sept. 
Do ; Crt;>r 12 Jan. 00 j Mtyor, 21 Jan. 08 ; Lt.-Col. 2 Feb. 09 ; Co/. 4 June, 14 j 
Mt{jor-L:cn. 27 May, 2o ; Lieut. -Gen. 28 June, a8; Cy/. 20 F. 28 March, 38. 

Andrew T. Hemphill, Ens. 7 Apr. 2o ; Z,jeM^ IG Apr. 29; Cupt. 3 July, 

39 ; Mtjor, 11 Feb. 40; Lt.-Col. i" 8 Dec. 4(i. 
.l/«Jor.«.— George Hogarth,- CB., Ens. i' 22 May 17 ; i^. p 13 Sept. 21 ; Cnpt. p 12 

Nov. 2o; Brev.-MiiJ. 28 June 38 ; Miy. 28 Aug. 41 ; Brev. Lt.-Col. 11 Nov. 51. 
Ferdinand Whittinghnni,' CB. Ens. 2 Nov. 32; Lieut, i' 19 Feb. 30 ; Ctipt. p30 

Apr. 41 ; Brev.- Major. 23 Dec. 42 ; Major, i' 1 Oct. 47. 



C.VI'TAINS. 



U Francis Carev, * p 22 May 35 

U Henrv Edgai^ p 27 Sept. 33 

l> John 'Wm. Johnstone* .. p31 May 33 

^ George Freud * , P 24 Nov. 35 

William Smith Nicholson p 4 Mar. 30 

l> Charles Cumeron» 10 May 34 

^ William llopson Hopsou |P 4 July 39 

I'l ;Wulttr Brisbane Park'" 20 Dec. 34 



15 Nov. 39 

25 June 44 
P 23 June 43 

20 June 40 
P 22 Dec. 40 
P 19 Mar. 47 
P 9 Nov. 49 
P 5 Nov. 50 
P 5 Dec. 51 
P 26 Mar. 52 

22 Aug. 48 
P 30 July 52 

22 Dec. 48 



8 Capt. Frcnd served at 
aide-de-camp to Sir Hugh 
Gougli at Maharajpore (medal), 
ill which action he was severely 
wounded, and had his right 
arm amputalod in the field. 

Captain Cameron served 
throughout the China expe- 
dition (medal;, and was present 
at Chusan, Canton, Amoy, dc- 
fence of Ningpo, at Clmpoo, 
Woosnng, Shanghae,and Nan- 
kin. 



^ I William Hayter llussey p 8 Nov. 30 
9 I Arthur Aug." Longmore-.P 8 May 40 

I LlEUTEXANTS. I 

9 Wm.ThoinasBetU,''</.pwj.l 24 Nov. 35 

Thomas Andrews ' P 27 Dec. 42 

Bertie Math.Robcrt9,r«(/.| 22 May 41 

R-Mordnt. Dickens, </.«</;. 18 June 41 
O Richard Wollaston Clerke; p 12 April 44 
9 I Charles Edward Pnston 20 July 44 
William Edward Wallace P 3 Sept. 47 
9 I Robt. Creigliton Granville' p 2 Mar. 49 

j William Mosse j 21 Aug. 49 

Riciiard Chute , P 18 Jan. 59 

9 Fiennes Arthur Quartley ! G Dec. 43 
Walter Fitzgerald KerrichP 19 Oct. 49 
'C. R. Berkeley Calcott",, 11 Oct. 52 

I Ensi.;n.s. 

Charles Frederick Elwcs p 22 Nor. 50 
E<Iw. H. Pierce Eldertou p 13 Dec. 50 
Henry Charles Hardinge p 14 Mai'. 51 
Tho. Wm. H.HuU-hinson P12Dec. 51 

John Colling p 13 Dec. 51 

Edward Arch. Collins .. p23 Jan. 52 
Herbert Win. Tho. Hayue p 10 Apr. 52 
, William Eliott Lockha'rt p 17 Aug. 52 

i'«y;;(rt«ftr.— llobertCollinsCraigie,3Nov.43; Ens.v2 Feb. 38; Lt.viO Nov. 41. 
1-' Ailjutant.— Lieut. Bertie Mathew Roberts, 14 Oct. 51. 
Quarter-Master. — Charles Kent,' 2 April 47. 

Sunjeon. — John Grogan, M.B. 14 Nov. 51 ; Assist.-Surij. 10 April 41. 
UMu<.-5ur//e£»/i*.— Frederick Douglas, M.D., 39 March, 49. 
' John Coates, M,D., 2 April 50. 

Facimjs Yellow. — Aijents, Messrs. Cox i Co. 

I Lonl Sraloo bw rmiTrd lb« (old crou and thrrt clupt for Conmna. Albuhcr*. Ciudad Rodriito, (nhrr* h« was 
mnlf •oun.lr.li, >iTrllp. Nnr, Ortlwt, and Toulou>«. 

t Ll C"l. Il.farth i*rT»d In China (mrdal, al ihr Jcfrtwc of Ninfpo, at Chapoo, Woo.unr, Shanghar, Cbm Kian( Too, 
■< Nankmf He coBimandrd Ibc left ainf uf the KUi on a drUcbcd command al thr a.«aull and ca|ilurc uf lh« city uf 
Ma Ki.i.c >"->. 

I Lt'l.l » r.i:un(bam M-rrrd a> Aide dr Campto Sir ltu(b Ouu(h throafhuui tbr oprratloiu of ID<X In Cbina (mrdal), 
lad aaj per.. It .t Sefoan. Cbapoo, Wao.un(, Sban(bar, and Cbin Klanc Foo. 

t- ( >i>t t'l.ar icr>rd in Clklna (medal) at itac defence of Mn<po, at Cbapoo, Wootunc, Sbanfbal, Cbin Klan( ruo, and 

uin Juhnttune irrTrd throutbout tbr China eipediUon (medal), and vaj preient al Cbutan. Canton ^oounded in 
• rUI I, drfmce of Nlncpo. al Ttckr, Cbapoo. Woo>un(. Shanfbae, Chu Klanf Foo, and Nanking. 
n. •.•... i- i Cjr.-\Iasler Kent, •er>rd throu(bout the China rapediuon (medal), and verc pmeol at Cbuan, C«o> 
'«. - ■' CUapoo, Wooaunc. Shanghar, Chin Kiang V^jo. and Nanklnf. 

■u ' • III China (Mrilall «lUi the Kih. and wat prornl al Amojr, Golonfio, Ningpo (.drfkne* oO. 

rwkr. ^Iianghae, Chin Kiang Fuo, and Nankin. 

II 1 1 aiib the lOih Kefl. during tbr Punjaub campaign of 1944^9 (Medal) Including lb« vhol* of the 
i«(* ui>Ti.>i>n. u^i. r" iicoiian, ibe action al Snorjkboad, eapiura of tbr :>uburba. and luricndii of ibe futueu on Ih* 

alio prcarat witb tb« Regt. at tbe battle of Goojerat (CUtpJ. 



I CAl'TAI 



BKKV.-MAJ. 



P 2 Sept. 37 
P24 Nov. 35 

25 Feb. 37 
P 14 July 37 

19 Dec. 38 

1 July 37 

P28 Dec. 41 

15 June 39 
P29 Sept. 43 
P31 Dec. 41 



P 7 July 43 I 
10 Dec. 44 I 

P20 Dec. 44 1 
5 Dec. 43 

P 2 Sept. 45 
31 July 40 

p 24 Dec. 47 1 
15 June 49 1 

P 10 Sept. 47 

P 14 Oct. 51 



178 



21 tk t^or InnisMlling) Regt. of Foot. 



[Head Quarters at 
Dublin. 



A Castle with Three Turrets; St. George's colours flying in a blue Field The \\n.ite Horse. "iV.c^ 
terrpnt" "ST LUCI4i." T\\e Sphinx, yiMi the words " EGYPT"— " MAIDA" — " BADAJO^ — 
'' S AlI'm iKCA "-'' VITTORIA "- " PYRENEES "-" NIVELLE "-" ORTHES "- " TOULOUSE "- 
' ' "PENINSULA"— "WATERLOO." 

Colonel. • 

%% Sir William F. P. Napier,' KCB. Bns. 14 June, 00 ; Lieut. 18 Apr. 01 ; Capt. 
2 June 04 : Major, 30 May 11 ; Lieut.-Col. 22 Nov. 13 ; Col. 22 July 30; 
Major-Gen. 23 Nov. 41 ; Lt.-Gen. 11 Nov. 51 ; Col. 27th Regt. 5 Feb. 48. 



Years' Serv 



53 



Half 



Lieut. -Colonel. 

Arthur Augustus Thurlow Cunynghame,^ 2ncl Lieut. p2 Nov. 30; Lieut. 22 

May 35 ; Cax>t. P 17 Aug. 41 ; Maj. p 8 Aug. 45 ; Lt.-Col. P 3 Nov. 46. 

Majors. 

Usher WilHamson, Ensign, p 29 Aug. 26 ; Lieut, p 11 Nov. 31 ; Cajri. v 28 Feb. 

40; J//«Jor, P18 Aug. 48. ^, ^ , ^ ». 
Geo. Anthony Durnford, Ens. 3 Mar. 25 ; Lieut, v 15 Dec. 2o ; Capt. 6 Nov. 
38; Brevet-Maj. 15 Sept. 48 j 3Iaj. 2 Dec. 51. , 



Captains. 
Thomas Percival Touzel 
Andrew Vincent Watson 
Herman Stapylton 



Francis Wm. Jolinstone. . 

Oliver Langley 

John Vize O'Donuell .... 

Barclay Thomas 

Edward Barnes, s 

Edw. Nassau Molesworth 
John R. Graham Pattison- 

Lieutenants. 
John Samuel Manly .... 
William Archibald Kidd 

Charles Warren 

Arthur Mowbray Jones. . 
James Henry Creagh . . 
William Douglas Phelips 

Frederick Rhodes 

Hon. Luc.W.C.A.F. Gary 
John David Downing . . 

Tliomas Maguire 

George Reynell Gresson 
Heneage Charles Chester 

Ensigns. 
Arthur SissonCooper, adj. 
JohnW. BrookeO'Loghlin 
Charles James Knox Gore 
Nathaniel Barnadiston . . 
Henry Bethune Patton 
Francis Eastwood Murphy 
William Henry Gresson 
William Hem'y Davis . 
Wm. S. Church Pinwill 



10 Sept. 29 
P21 Dec. 32 
4 Aug. 37 
P19 Aug. 36 
P 19 Mar. 40 
P 25 Nov. 45 

31 Dec. 44 

25 July 45 
P 1 Dee. 37 

28 June 38 

15 Feb. 39 
P20 Nov. 46 

23 April 47 
P28 Sept. 47 

19 Nov. 47 
P 9 June 48 



P 4 Oct. 33 
P 18 May 38 
P 19 Mar. 41 
P 23 July 41 
P 22 Mar. 44 
Pll Feb. 48 
19 Nov. 47 
P 9 June 48 
P 2 Apr. 41 
8 Apr. 42 



P 20 Oct. 43 
P22 Dec. 48 
P18 Sept. 49 
3 Apr. 49 
P21 June 50 
P 2 Aug. 50 



captain. 



p 16 Nov. 41 
p 20 Oct. 43 
P 1 Dec. 46 
p 9 June 48 
P 22 Dec. 48 
P15 June 49 
P 8 Nov. 50 
P 2 May 61 
2 Dec. 51 
21 Feb. 50 



BKEVET- 
MAJOR. 



P18 Sept. 49 P 8 Oct. 50 
P19 Oct. 49lp 8 Nov. 50 



P23 Nov. 49 
P14 Dec. 49 
P 9 Feb. 49 
P 16 Aug. 50 

P 22 Nov. 50 
P 13 Dec. 50 
P 16 May 51 
P17 June 51 
26 Dec. 61 
P12 Mar. 52 
P 13 Mar. 52 
P 9 July 52 
p23 Nov. 52 



6 Mr. Mostyn served in the 
Peninsula, from Jan. 1811 until ; 
tlie end of the war, including i 
the siege of Badajoz, April 1812, i 
battles of Salamanca, Vittoria, i 
and the Pyrenees; storming of j 
San Sebastian with tlie Volun- j 
teer parly; battles of Orthes and i 
Toulouse. Served in the Ame- 
rican war, including the action 
at Plattsburg. Present on the 
18th June at Waterloo. He lias i 
received the War Medal with eight clasps for j 
Badajoz, Salamanca, Vittoria, Pyrenees, 
Sebastian, Nivelle, Nive, and Toulouse. 



p 2 May 51 

2 Dec. 61 

P20 Feb. 52 

P 28 May 42 



Paymaster.— Victor Raymond, 9 March, 26; Ens. 11 Feb. 08; Lieut. 16 NoT. 

09 ; Capt. 7 April, 25. 
^rf;M!^ff«i.—£»m^w Arthur SissonCooper, 11 June 62. _ ' 

Quarter-Master.— Geo. Thompson, 13 Sept. 31. [Assist. 9 Nov. 10.! 

Surgeon.—^ WA Thos. Mostyn,6 6 Oct. 25; Assist.-Surg. 19 Dec. 11; Hasp,' 
Ass'iSt.-Surgeoa.—^\\\\iscm Nelson Irwin, 2 Dec. 42. „. ,, u 

Facings B\xS.— Agent, Andrew Lawrie, Esq. — Jr<«/j Agents, bir H. a> 
Borough, Bt., Armit, & Co. 
[Returned from the Cape of Good Hope, 18 Ajml 48.] 

1 Sir William Napier served ( 
1803-9; the subsequent PeninB 
Boul-stiiring scenes which he has < 
in" the action of the Coa (wounde ,. 
ihp head of six companies supporting the 62nd : action c 

^rreu^-C^i^ef^S^^nThliSrs^Aed as Aide de Camp to Lord Saltoun du.in. tHe lat.r part of the war in China (me. 

the l?4aub campaTgn ofl84S.9, and was present iuring th? whole of the siege operations agains Mooltan mcluding 
the slonSng the enemy's strongly entrenched position before Mooltan, action of Soorjkoond, carrying the heights, cap 
lure of the l)owlat Gafe, and sweuder of the Wtiew: ftfterwards preseut at the battle of Goojerat (Medal). 



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""iJic'no! "'] 28^/i ( TAe iVb/Y/i Gloucestershire) Regt. of Foot. 

Tb. .S;,/i.,i.r, with the wor.It " EOY]>T " - " COUUNNA " - " BARROSA " - "ALDUHERA"- 
'• MTTORIA"-" I'YRE.NKES"-" NIVELLE"-" N1VE"-"0RTUES"-" PENIN8UU 
•' WATERLOO.- Colonel. 

9 John Dufr>-,' CB. KC. Ens. 21 Oct. <do; Lieut. C Jan. 00; Capt. 12 At 
04; Majvr, Feb. 12; Lieut.-Cul. 22 Nov. 13; Co/. 22 July 30 ; Mf{Jo 
(.lit. 23 Nov. 41 ; Lt.-Cin. 11 Nov. 51 ; Col. 28tli Foot, 18 May 40. 
L'uut.-Colond.—Vnink Ailauis, Hm. i'30 Dec. 20; Lieut. 23 Mar. 32; Cat 

i>31 Dec. 33 ; M(^jor, 20 Oct. 43; Licut.-Col. i' l(i July 52. 
M({Jor.s.~Ho\ieTt Julian Uauini^artner, Unsiyn, i' 27 Sept. 33; Lieut. i> ' 

June 37 ; Cupt. i' 23 April 41 ; Major, 23 Sept. 51. 
Alcxauder Fraser, £/wV7»i, i" 11 Aug.37 ; Lieut. p\-2 July 30; Capt. v 8 O. 
44; Major, V 10 July 52. 



CaI'TAIXS. 

Mottram Andrews 

Henrj' Furoy Wakefield* 
Percy Archer Butler. . . . 
John (jiuise Rogers Aplin 
Robert Henry Liiidsell 
Frederick Huey^. . 



D April 25 P 24 July 28 
•• 17 Dec. 20 20 July 32 
I' 1 Mur. 30 1 2 May 42 
1- 7 Oct. 37jP23April41 
. I' 13 Jan. 38'pl5 Nov. 30 
|!' 5 June 40 I 5 Mar. 42 



lidui.GillingUallewell, *. ''31 Dec. 30' 15 Apr. 42 

Thomas Maunsell* i' 27 May 42 ' P 23 May 45 

I' 31 May 30 i 13 Sept. 42 



Samuel Rawson 

I William Roberts 

Lieutenants. 
I Henry Webb 

Henry William Dt."nnie,r. 
iJohnDundus Malcolm.. 

Sussex L. A. B. Jlebsitcr 



P 1 Nov. 30 

18 June 41 
18 Dec. 41 
1 Nov. 42 
5 Nov. 42 



10 July 43 

14 Oct. 42 
30 Dec. 42 
20 Mar. 44 
' 24 Mav 44 



CAPTAIN. 



Edward t'odd i f 24 May 44 j p 21 Mav 47 

Henry R. Crewe Godley , " 25 Sept. 40 L 21 j ,,J 4^ | ^ d'^\?„r"ec:i>;a The M 



24 Aug. 42 
30 Dec. 43 

P 4 Apr. 45 
20 Nov. 46 
11 Juno 48 

P 8 June 40 

P20 Dec. 48 
8 Oct. 50 
23 Sept. 61 

p 17 Aug. 62 



2 Captain Wokcfleld ten 
with the 40th in Lower u 
Upper Scinde in 18^0 and 
He commanded the (Jrennd 
Company during the whole 
the operations in Candaliar a 
Atl'ghanistan,in 1841 and 



BREV.-M> 



P 30 Mar. 40 
5 Oct. 40 
P 9 Apr. 47 
11 Nov. 51 
P 10 July 62^ 
P 17 Aug. 62 wounded! 



Cabool. He was also presi 
in the action of Maharajpu 
and has received the Itroi 
Star. 

3 Capt. Huey served with I 
40th in the battle of Maliari 
pore (Medal), and was seven 



Mooluuui. ' 

7 Mr. ^ 
dajot, an'l 
U.e .\»tbir 
War Mcd.1l 



William Gordon Shute ..iP20 Nov. 47 
Waring Alex. Biddle. . . . [p 18 Feb. 48 
Montagu Wigley Bell . . [p 12 July 45 

Suiith Raniadge I 15 May 47 

Simpson Hackctt, adj. . . , 31 Dec. 47 
George Savile Willsou... j 23 Mar. 40 

0' r-j 1 rr.1 ' '^'^ 1 ,. in CI L ja ^ Puymusler Ucnson served inthcPeninsu 
, Edward Thomas Stehehn | 10 Sept. 48 from July. 1812. to the end of th: 
I James Graham Turner .. P 30 Mar. 40 ing the baltlesofVilloria, the Pyrenees, (woui 
Joseph Gubbins ;Pl5Feb. 50 i<-'<l '" """ •rni), Pampeluna, Nivelle, Nive, ( 

iThoma-s Lynden Bell... h'17 May 60 r^r.'':^^^^^^^ 

hdwurd Luniley Ilaworth |. 10 Aug. 60 right breast by u ride ball at I'luttsburg. ] 
Hill Foulioner Morgan ..' 23 Sept. 51 has received the War Medal with Hve claspp, 

James Williams ,''21 Sept. 62 1 

Josiah Holford /' 22 Sept. 521 

8 Paymatter.-^Cao. Thos. Beugon," 20 May, 30 ; Ens. 13 Feb. 12 ; Lt. 25 Aug. 1 
'A<(jutant. — Z.itu^. Siinpsou Hackett, 16 Oct. 62. 
Qiuirtcr-Mii.'itir. — Samuel Sjience, 22 June, 40. 
3/, |i'Mr</twi.— IJtiLlWm.Henry Voung,'4Sept.28;^.-.S'.4 Feb.l3;i/.-^. lODec. 1 
\Au'ut.-Sury. — Benjamin Wm. Marlow, MD., 25 Oct. 42. 
I Facinijs Yellow. — Agents, Messrs. Cox & Co. 

[Returned from Uoiubay, ][)tJi May 1848.] 
t.-i.. 1,. mi Ii:ii!> Mrnd in the campalen of 17U0 In the West lndie» under Sir Ralph Abercromb' 
t of Holland in the winter of ITWO; in the East Indies in l7Btt; ond with ll 
from thence to Egypt in l»ol luiedal); at the sieKe and capture of Cope 
lfi07j the canipai.:n of I80b-U in Spain under Sir John Moore, in the Llg 
ih the 4Jrd LIkIh Infantry, from l»0« to the end of Isl3, Including the u 
lledinha, and Sabugal; battle of Knehtes d'Onur, siege of Cludad Rodrigo 
; irty ul the rapture uf Fort Reynard, an outwork of Ciudad Rodrlgo. Wli 
...II. ballli. of Vittoria (wounded in the head), several skirmishes in the }' 
.Ml,.., ,.i II... 1„ i^ht. of Vera, batllet of the Nivelle and NIve. He has r 
Ivcr War Medal with six clas|>s for Fucutes d'Onor, Ciudi 

.b rsmpupi of 184S-9, sod wm pmrnt *t the 8nt and smodiI lirj 

i.c rnnn;'s poaluoo in front of ihc advanced irrnches on the ISth Sei 

' „; ' «iiurr uf ihrriiy.and iuntndcr of il.c fortrr.i. Aflenrardi prrMot at il 

'■\ ol Cbmioif.andatthe balUc of Uoojtrat (Medal and two CIaii,i). Was woandrd 

r, i.:i,..iiM. fi..ii. M.irch, 1811 to Feb. 1813, Includinit the latt siege of I!; 
■ i .'Ugns uf 1813, 14, and 1^, in Germany, Holland, ar 
/..«>m, and balUo uf Waterloo. He lias received tl 



M««<Uc« iKim.y «wiuiac<i; ana f uoicaiiali iMedJUmaciasi';. 



•'..in.ineU.diuif il.c aciiona of 
i.»ioit uMrdali. H« ictTtd 
■ .sobraon ^Mfdai). 
I'ujT of Bliuripore in IS-^i-C 
I iMt.daJ, i M alsa ut tli« battles 



.« ROLE IA' 
Years' Si 



28 



36 



25 



i 180 ['^'J;f;'i|4"2>] 2dth {The Worcestershire) Regt. of Foot. [ sming 

" -■••-"VIMIERA'—"TALAVERA"—"ALBUHERA"— "PENINSULA"— "FEROZESHAH"—"SOBRA 

Colonel. 
^ Ulysses, io?-rf Downes," KCB- Etisign, 31 March 04 j iieifi". 12 Nov. 

Capt. 4 Sept. 06 ; Major, 31 Mar. 11 ; Lt.-Col. 5 Sept. 12 ; Col. 27 May 

Major-Gen. 10 Jan. 37 ; Lt.-Gen. 9 Nov. 46 ; Co/. 29th Regt. 15 Aug. & 
Lieut. -Colonels. 
George Congreve,^ CB. Ens. 8 Apr. 25; Lieut, p 12 Jan. 26; Capt. p12 J: 

28 ; Brev.-Mojor, 23 Nov. 41 ; Major, 8 April, 42 ; Lieut.-Col. 11 Feb. 
Hon. Thomas Ashburaham,^ CB. Ens. &i Lt. p 30 Jan. 23; Lieut. & Capt. 1 1 

June 26 ; Capt. & Lt.-Col. v 27 March 35; Col. 3 April 46. 
ilif«/o?-5.— Matthew Smith/ Ens. 16 Sept. 16; Lt. 31 Dec. 23; Capt. 8 Feb. : 

Brevet-Major 23 Dec. 42; J/^/or 22 Dec. 45 ; Brcv. Lt.-Col. 7 June 49 
John Ross Wheeler, Ens. 30 July 28 ; Lieut, p 25 Dec. 29; Capt. p 15 1, 

40; Major, 11 Nov. 51. '. 



Captains. 
John D. Young,^ s. . 

John Power' 

E.LugarcPCB.s, z.c.7Jime49 
John j3Eneas Duncan'" . 
Edw. Henry Westropp'^ 
Charles E. MacDonnelP 
William Francis Stehelin 
Lindsay Farrington'^. . . 

Samuel Fisher" 

Hugh George Colvill'^ . 

Lieutenants. 
Henry George Walker''. 
St. Geo. Mervyn Nugent'" 
John Mackenzie Lyle'' 
Augustus Alexander Dick' 

Valens Tonnochy "^ 

Frederick Kneebone'^ 

Edward Thos. FitzGerald'- 
Henry Philips Onslow'*. . 
Wm. Septimus Simmons'^ 
Charles Hugh Levinge'^. . 
Edward Browne Hart'^* 
Richard John Evans'- .. 
J. Sheridan Henderson'^ 
Edmond H. C. Pery'= .. 
Rob. C. Dalrymple Bruce 
John Thomas James .... 
George Augustus Ferris'^ 

De Vic Valpy 

William D. Chapman'^ . . 
Edwai'd Ilazlefoot Paske'* 

William Congreve 

Henry Evans Quin .... 
Ensigns. 

Frank Browne 

William Speke Dickinson 
John James Hood Gordon 

Edward Carter-" 

H. W^ Somerville Carew 

John Francis Page 

John Crawford Langford 
Edmund AVatkin Kent . . 



16 Aug. 25 

P 5 May 37 

31 July 28 

P 7 Aug. 35 

P 2 Nov. 38 

P21 Apr. 42 

30 April 41 

23 June 43 

15 June 27 

10 Jan. 40 

P 29 Apr. 42 
P 25 Oct. 42 
P19 May 43 
P31 Dec. 44 
P 2 Sept. 45 
19 Dec. 45 

23 July 42 
19 Nov. 41 

1 Apr. 46 

2 Apr. 46 
9 Dec. 45 
4 Apr. 46 

3 Apr. 46 
p 22 May 46 

10 Nov. 43 
P18 Apr. 45 
P 8 Dec. 46 
P 20 Oct. 48 

10 Dec. 47 
P 14 Apr. 47 

30 Mar. 49 

24 Aug. 46 



P 7 Jan. 27 
P 12 July 39 
P 31 Oct. 31 

26 Oct. .39 
8 Apr. 42 

P23 June 43 
20 Dec. 42 

27 Sept. 44 
P 16 Aug, 31 

3 Aug. 41 

31 Dec. 43 

P 31 Dec. 44 

P 2 Sept. 45 
20 Mar. 46 
20 Mar. 46 
20 Mar. 46 
20 Dec. 43 
30 July 46 
25 Nov. 46 

P 19 Feb. 47 
5 Aug. 47 

P28 Sept. 47 
10 Dec. 47 

P 1 Aug. 48 
14 April 46 

P 10 Mar. 48 
30 Apr. 49 

P 5 Oct. 49 
1 Mar. 50 
3 Mar. 50 

P 9 July 50 
12 Oct. 52 



CAPTAIN. 



5 Nov. 41 

P 29 Dec. 43 

30 Dec. 43 

30 July 46 

5 Aug. 47 

1 Mar. 50 

3 Mar. 50 

P 9 July 50 

22 Dec. 45 

10 Dec. 52 



3 Apr. 



2 Mar. 



3 Apr.; 



20 En«. Carter served with • 
29th in the Sullej campaijn 
1845-6, including the battles of 
rozeshah and Sobraon, for whicl 
has a Medal and one Clasp, 
served also in the Punjaub c 
paign of 1848-9 and was presen 
the passage of the Chenab, and 1 
ties of Chillianwallah and Gooj 
(Medal and Clasps) . 

4 Lt.-Col. Smith served asMaji 

Brigade with the array under Gen 

Pollock during the campaign of 

in Atfgbanistan (medal), and 

present (as D. A. Adj. -Gen. of 

Inf. Div.)at the forcing of the K 

ber Pass, action at Mamoo KI 

forcing the Tezeen and Hufl K 

Passes, atucli and capture of 1st 

(received the Brevet rank of Maj 

He served with the 29th in 

Punjaub campaign in 1848-9, including the pass 

oftiie Chenab, and battle of Chillianwal!ah(wound' 

and he commanded the 24th Regt, at the battlt j 

Goojer,it (Medal and Clasps), 






10 April 49 

May 49 

P 21 Aug. 49 

14 Dee. 49 

] Aug. 49 

P 14 June 50 

Dec. 48 

P17 May 50 

[15 ; Caj)t. 9 May 
Paijniastcr.—Ch&rlQS Scarlin Naylor," 8 May 35 ; Ens. 1 Sept. 12 ; Xf. 25 D 
A({jutant.— Lieut. ' [Mar.' 

Qwftrtej'-il/flSi^CT-.— Chas.SutherlandDowson,'2lODec.4?; ^?i5.3June,42; X^ 
Surgeon.—mdmiA Dane,'" MD., 21 July, 40; Assist.-Surg.\l July, 35. 
Assist. -Surgeons. — Robert M'Gregoi-, 19 April 50. 

Daniel Macqueen, M.D., 15 Nov. 60. 
John Smith Chartres, 11 June 52. 
Facings Yellow — Agents, Messrs. Cox & Co. 

1 Lord Downes was appointed Aide-de-Camp to Sir John Cradock, whom he accompanied to Portugal in Nov. 1 
where Sir John held the chief command until May 1809, when he was succeeded by the Duke of Wellington, with nl 
Lord Downes continued as Aide-dc-Camp and Assistant Military Secretary during the whole war, and was present at 
battles of Talavera (slightly wounded), Busaco, Fuentcs d'Onor, and El Bodon ; sieges of Ciudad Rodrigo and Bada 
battles of Salamauca, Vittoria, and the Pyrenees ; siege of San Sebastian, battles of the Nivelle, Nivc, and Toulc 
(slightly wounded). His Lordship has received the gold cross and one clasp for Vittoria, Pyrenees, Nivelle, Nivc, 
Toulouse ; ana the silver War Medal and six clasps for Talavera, Busaco, Fnentes d'Onor, Ciudad Rodrigo, Badajoz, 
Salaiufinca, [For Notet 0, 10, U, 12, 12', 13, 14, 15, 10, 17, 18, and 19, see preceaing P» 



Kmb. for Corfu, 34 Jan . AI 
Oopot at Uurer. 



J 30 fh ( T/ie Cambridge.'ihire) Reyimcut of Foot. 181 
The Sphinx, with the words " EGYPT"— " BAUAJOZ"— "SALAMANCA"— 



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words "EGYPT"- 
PE.N INSULA"—' 



-" BAUAJOZ" 
WATERLOO. 



Culotiel. 

19 George, Marquii of Tweed.lale,' KT. Cli. En.^. June, 1604 ; Lt. 1'2 Oct. 04 ; 

Capt. 14 May, 07 ; Major, 14 Mav, \'2 ; Lt.-Col. 21 June, 13 ; Col. 27 May, 

2o; Major-Gen. 10 Jan. 37 ; Lt.-Gen. 'J Nov. 40; Col. 30th Foot, 7 Feb. 4(3. 

Lieut. -Colonel. 

Philip t'harles Cavan, Ens. p 11) Dec. 34 ; Lieut, v 1 March, 39; Capt. p 23 

April 41 ; M({jor, v 30 July 47 ; Lt.-Col. v 21 May 62. 

M(\jors. 

William Frniicis Iloey, Eiis. f"2i Oct. 31 ; Lieut. i> Sept. 35 ; Capt. v 22 Julv 

42 ; M(u. 1- 4 Aui,'. 48. 
Jame» Thomas Mauleverer,* Ens. p 18 Apr. 34 ; Lieut. P 19 Aug. 30 ; Capt. P 28 
July 43; MfQor, P21 May 52. 



Captains. 

Charles Sillery 

James Urodie PatuUo .. 
Charles Dudley Oliver . . 
Edm. Aug. Whitmore, .». 

James Rose 

Fred. Augustus Edwurdes 
Thomas Henry Pukcnham 

Robert Dillon 

Arthur Wellesky Conolly 
Thomaa William Cator . . 

LlEUTENAXTiS. 

John Tongue, d. pm 

Paget Bayly, atfj 

Graham Le Fevrc Dickson 
Fra. Topping Atcherlty. . 
Wni. Robert Hepburn . . 
Matthew Pennefather . . 



iXSIUN. 



LIEUT. 



Geo. F. Coventry Pocock , p 15 Dec. 48 



24 Nov. 28 1 20 July 30 
P 24 Apr. 40! 10 Oct. 42 
'-30 Oct. 40 P23 Feb. 44 
P (i Aug. 41 10 July 4G 
P 10 Nov 41 1 28 Dec. 40 
P 8 Oct. 44 ' P 29 Dec. 40 
P 12 July 44 P19 Mar. 47 
p 8 June 38 P29 Nov. .'39 

7 July 45 P25 June 47 

29 Dec. 4G'P30 July 47 
I 
P 2 Dec, 36 P 8 Nov. 39 
P 8 Mar. 39 p 20 Jan. 41 
P 5 Mar. 47 p 1 Aug. 48 
P 4 June 47 p 4 Aug. 48 
P 30 July 47 Pl5 Dec. 48 

20 May 48 p 3 Aug. 49 



Oct. 49 



20April49,P17 May 50 
P 1 June 49 1 P 24 Sept. 50 
P21 Aug. 49 P 8 Oct. 50 
P 28 April 48 P 14 Oct. 
P 19 Oct. 49|P2l May 
P14 June 50 1 P 12 Nov, 

26 Sept. 40 1 

10 Jan. 47' 

28 May 47 
P22 Nov. 50 1 
P21 Nov. 51 
P 11 June 52, 



CAPTAIN. 



BKEV.-MAJ. 



P 15 Mar. 39 
P 30 July 47 
P 20 May 48 
P 1 June 49 
P 5 Oct. 49 
P17 May 50 
P24 Sept. 50 
P 30 Nov. 49 
P21 May 52 
p 12 Nov. 52 



2 Major Maulevcrer served 
with the 17ili throughout tha 
campaign in AHKhanistan and 
Beloochistan, under Lord 
Kcane, and was present at the 
>torm and capture of Ohiix- 
nee and of Khelnt. Medal for 
Uhuznee. 



Charles Mingaye Greet: 

John O'Brien 

Frederick Luxmoore .... 
William Henry Bennett 
William John Brook .... 

.\lurcd Gibson 

ExsifJNM. 
Mark Walker, d. adj. . . 
James St. Clair Hobson. . 
John Dillon Ross Lcwin 
Edwd. Newstead Falkner 
Aug. Henry Williamson 
John Cbas. N. Stevenson 
James Cavendish Ilobbs 
Lachlan Mac]ihcrt>on .... 
Paymaster. — 

Ac^jiitant.— Lieut. Paget Bayly, 1 June 49. 

Quarter- Master. — Timothy Morris, 28 May 47; Ens. 15 Jan. 47. 
Surgeon. — Thomas D'Arcy, 27 Oct. 40; Assist.- Surg. 29 Dec. 37. 
Assist. -Surgs. — William Percy Pickard Mackesey, 10 Jan. 51. 
John .Macnamara, M.D. !■> Mar. 44. 



23 Nov. 52 
17 Dec. 52 



Facings ViUow. — Agents, Mtf^^n. (ox & Co. 



I Lord Twecddale Mnred in the Peuiniula a< an Auiitant.Qiiarter-liaitrr.General, and has rcMlTtd 
Um cold medal for th« battle of Vittoria, in which action he waa woundrd, at aUo at Butaco. Ser?ed alto 
lo the American war, and wai ajaiu woun'lid. 



182 



31st { The Huntingdonshire) Regiment of Foot, [^f rermo?*' 



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Full 


Hali 


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24 





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17 





12 





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ATAVFRA" — "ALBUHERA"— "VITTORIA" — "PYRENEES'' 
"NIVE" — "ORTHES" — "PENINSULA" — "CABOOL, 1842"- 
" FEROZESHAH " — " ALIWAL" — " S03RA0N." 



• "NIVELLE" — 
"MOODKEE" — 



Colonel.—}^ Henry Otway,iorrfDacre,' CB. Ens.'^l April 93; Lieut, and Capt. 

23 June 95; Capt. and Lieut.-Col. 25 Oct. 06; Col. 4 June 14; Maj.-Gen. 

19 July 21; Lt.-Gen. 10 Jan. 37; Gen. 11 Nov. 51 ; CoZ. 31st Regt. 12 July 47. 
L-ieMif.-CoZoneZ. — George Staunton, 2 Ens. P5 Oct. 26; Lieut, p 15 Feb. 31; 

Capt. P 8 June, 39 ; Major, p 28 March, 45 ; Lt.-Col. p 20 July 49. 
Majors. — Thomas Conyngham KeWy, Ens. 3 Apr. 28; Lieut, p 31 Aug. 30;' 

Capt. 6 May 43 ; Major, p 20 July 49. 
Frederick Douglas Lumley, Ens. p 22 Oct. 33 ; Lt. 8 Jan. 38 ; Capt. p 25 Oct. 43 ; 

Major, 4 Aug. 49. 



Captains. 
J. Garvock3(i,^c.22D.48) 

Frederick S pence 

Robert John Eagar'' .... 
Joseph Greenwood,'' s. . . 
James Peter Robertson^ 
Clia. Jas. Orton Swaffield 
George Walter Baldwin . . 
Amyatt Ernie Brown .... 
Thomas Edward Pedder 
Chas.Oct. Eardle) Wilmot 
Lieutenants. 

Robert Law,^ r 

Thomas Scarman,'' Adj. 
Henry Prim Hutton* . . 

Samuel Christian 

William Henry Barry . . 
Frederick Simes Attree.. 

Edward Temple 

Arthur John Schreiber .. 

Alex. Francis Ball 

Hon. EyreC. H. Massey 

Charles Prevost 

George Spaight 

George Flower Herbert . • 
Ensigns. 

Robert Place Gould 

Thos. Eaton Svvettenham 
Richard Weld Litton . . 
Alexander Mitchell .... 

Annesley Cary 

Fred. Young Cassidy . . . . 
Ralph Leeson 



V 4 Sept. 35 
24 Dec. 29 
11 June 30 
6 May 36 
29 Oct. 41 
27 Feb. 46 

4 Apr. 46 
20 Mar. 47 

P 19 Mar. 47 

29 Mar. 44 

8 Feb. 40 

26 Oct. 41 

9 Nov. 43 

5 Apr. 46 
P 18 Sept. 49 
P 25 Sept. 49 
P 19 Oct. 49 

30 Nov. 49 
P 13 June 50 
P 8 Oct. 47 
P 16 Aug. 50 
P 16 Mar. 50 
P 15 Oct. 50 

P22 Nov. 50 
9 Sept. 51 
!• 17 Oct. 51 
P 12 Dec. 51 
p 12 Mar. 52 
P 11 June 62 
P21 Sept. 62 



LIEUT. 



31 Dec. 39 
P 1 Nov. 31 
P 25 Jan. 33 

27 Oct. 39 
P 30 Sept. 42 
P 21 Jan. 48 
P 20 July 49 
P 2 Oct. 49 
P 13 Apr. 50 
P 20 Oct. 46 

27 July 42 
5 Dec. 43 

25 Dec. 45 
P 11 Sei)t.49 
P17 Sept. 50 
P 15 Nov. 50 
P28 Mar. 51 
p 31 Oct. 61 
p 12 Dec. 51 
P21 Nov. 51 
P17 Aug. 52 
p IS June 52 
p 10 Dec. 52 



captain. 



BREV.-MA;r. 



3 Apr. 4e 



P 25 Nov. 42 
28 June 44 
P 8 Oct. 44 
31 Mar. 46 
P 21 Jan. 48 
P19 Apr. 60 
p 31 Oct. 51 
P 12 Dec. 51 
P 31 May 52 
P 9 July 52 



7 Lt. Scarman carried tH« 
colours of the 89th in tl^a 
action of Mahu raj pore, and wjli 
wounded in tlie left leg by e 
griipe shot; sliortly after whiOh 
he received a severe wound to' 
the left arm. 

8 Lieut. Hutton served the 
campaign on the Sutlej, and' 
carried the colours of the Hf\ 
in the battles of Moodkee i 
Perozeshah (wounded); he ' 
also present at Buddiwal, 
wal, and Sobraon : Medal i 
three clasps. 



and' 

I 



Paymaster. — Julius Brockinan Travers, 9 May, 45 ; 2«fZ Lieut. 8 July, 37 ; Lt, 
Adjutant.— Lieut. Thomas Scarman,' 2 Oct. 49. [8 April 4? 

Qr.-7l/«5^er.— Patrick Hopkins, 5 Nov. 52 ; Ens. 14 Apr. 46; Lt. 26 June, 50 
Surgeon. — John Burton St. Croix Crosse, 16 June, 48; Assist. -Sury.Q Oct. 40. 
Asslst.-Surgeon. — Thomas Johnston Atkinson, 28 Feb. 53. 
Facings Buff. — Agents, Messrs. Cox and Co. — Irish Agents, Sir E. R. Borough 
IReturncdfrom Bengal Gth Dec. 1846.] \_Bt., Armit, & Co. 

1 Lord Dacre served in Flanders in 1793, 94, and 95, and at Copenhagen in 1807. Erabark^i 
8l9t December 1808, with the first battalion of the Coldsiresm Guards ior the Peninsula, where h' 
gervi'd until May 1811, and again, from May to Nov. 1812 ; commanded the refrt.at the battle of Solamanca 
for which he has received the gold medal; lie has also received the silver War Medal with three clasps fo 
Talavera, Busaco, and Salamanca. 

2 Lieut.-Col. Staunton served with the 10th in the campaign on the Sutlej, and was present at the battl 
of Sohiaon( Medal). 

8 Lt.-Col. Garvock served as a Major of Brigade in Sir Harry Smith's division throughout the SiKl 
campaign (medal and three clasps), and waf present at the battles of Moodkee, Perozeshah (horse sho 
under him), Buddiwal, Aliwal, ana Sobraon, where he was himself severely wounded, and his horse sirnc! 
in three places. He also acted as Adjutant-General and Quarter-Master-General to Sir Harry Smith ii 
the action with and defeat of the rebel Boers at Blocm Plaats (South Africa), 29th Aug. 1848. 

4 Captains Eagar and Greenwood served with the Slsl throughout the campaign of 1842 in AflTghanistai 
under Major-Oeueral Pollock, and were present in the actions of Miizeena, Tezeen, and JugdulUick, tli 
occupation of Cahool, and the different engagements leading to it (Medal). 

5 Captain Robertson served throughout campaign on the Sutlej, the including the battles of Moodket 
Perozeshah, Buddiwal, Aliwal, and Sobraon : Medal and three clasps. , 

6 Lt. Law served with the 31st throughout the campaign of 1842 in Affghanistan (Medal), including th j 
actions of Mazeena, Tezeen, and JugduUuck, the occupation of Cabool, and the different engagement i 
leading to it. He served also throughout the campaign on the Sutlej, including the battles of Moodkei 
Perozeshah, Buddiwal, Aliwal, and Sobraon (severely wounded): Medal and three clasps. 



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John Birtwhistle" ..'... 

Bernard M'Cabo" .... 

William Harris 

•"^amuel Hill Lawrence" 

William James Anderson 

James Dugald Thorasoii 

Frederick Wainwright . 

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Henry Fdgerton King "..,. .;o nov. ^jj 

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I FXSIONS. 

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Adam DuffKirkwood . 

Charlts Rodick Rieketfa 

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A,{jut„nt.—Li,ut. William R.idman, 13 Dec 50 
yiiar/w-.Vrw/rr.— John Uiddings," 13 Sept 48 

>^Mrj,«,„ _<.httrles Scott « M.D. .May, 4.5; .Usl^t.-Surg. 7 .Vov. 34. 
.4«u/.-AMrj/co;i<.— Edward Moorh.ad.^o M.D. 2 Aug. 42. 

Alexan.ler Feile Cahill,"' M.D. 3 April, 4fl. 
John Dunlo|.,» JI.D. 3 April, 4(3. 
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S3d {The 1st Yorkshire, W. Riding) Regt. of Foot, [S^th'/st 
" SERINGAPATAM"— " WATERLOO." 

Colonel. 
m 512a Henry D'Oyly,' i:ns. 2 Aug. 97 ; Lt. & Capt. 25 Nov. 99 ; Major, 

June, 11; Capt. Sc Lleut.-Col. 21 May 13; Col. 12 Feb. 30; Major-Gen 

28 June, 38; Lt.-Gen. 11 Nov. 51 ; Col. 33rd Foot, 28 Sept. 47. 
Lieutenant-Colonel.— Yre^mck. Rodolph Blake, ^?w. P30 June, 25 ; Lieut, vy 

Aug. 27 ; Capt. p 23 Aug. 31 ; Major, 14 April, 43 ; Lt.-Coh p 3 Oct. 48. 
Majors.— io\ii\ Douglas Johnstone, Ens. p 15 Aug. 27; Lieut. IG Mar. 3( 

Capt. P 19 Oct. 38 ; 3Iajor, p 3 Oct. 48. 
Thos. Bunbury Gough, Ens. P27 Dec. 27; Lieut. p25 Jan. 31; Capt.P, 

Nov. 38 ; Major, 22 Dec. 48. 



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Captains. 

George V. Mundy 

George Erskine 

John E. Collings 

Edw. Westby Donovan . . 

William Pretyman 

Henry Ullick Burke .... 
Henry Charles Fitzgerald 
Robert Townley Parker ^ 
John Ed.Taubman Quayle 
Henry Disney Ellis .... 
Lieutenants. 

Richard Lacy 

Thomas Wickham 

Basil Fanshawe, s 

Frederic Smith Vacher . . 
Chas. Carter Barrett, adj. 

Frank Corbett 

Walter George Nugent . . 
Charles Edward Mansfield 
William Henry Parry 
Valentine Bennett . . 
Alex. Bruce Wallis 
Henry A. Thistlethwayte 
Buxton Martin Kenrick 

Ensigns. 
William Minchin Harnett 
W.Seuhouse Worthington 

Thomas Davies 

H ans. S . St. Vincent Marsh 

Henry Thorold 

Francis Du Pre Montagu 
Ch. Moore Brabazon Siree 
John James Greenwood 



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17 Aug. 32 

21 June 39 

10 Jan. 40 
8 May 40 

P17 July 40 

25 Sept. 40 

3 Aug. 41 

7 Sept. 41 
14 June 42 

11 Mar. 42 
25 Oct. 42 

p 14 Apr. 46 

8 Dec. 46 
P 22 Jan. 47 
p 30 Mar. 47 
Plo Aug. 48 
P 1 Sept. 48 
P 20 Oct. 48 
P 17 Nov. 48 

22 Dec. 48 
p 19 Oct. 49 
p 18 Jan. 50 



LIEUT. 



P 12 July 50 

P18 Apr. 51 

p 16 May 51 
16 Sept. 51 

P 16 Apr. 52 

P17 Aug. 52 

P18 Aug. 52 

P 15 Oct. 52 

P«2/?Hrt5^er.— Patrick M'Grath, 4 Oct. 31; E7is. 7 Feb. 11; Lieut. 14 Jan. 
Adjutant. — Lieut. Charles Carter Barrett, 28 Aug. 49. 
Quarter- Master. — Joseph Jones, 25 Oct. 42. 

Surgeon. — James Townsend Oswald Johnston, M.D., 29 Dec. 46 ; Assist.-Si 
Assist. -Surgeon. — Alexander Mackay Macbeth, 21 July 46. [3 Aug. 

Faci?igs Red. — Agents, Messrs. Cox & Co. 

\_Returnedfrom North America, May 1848.] 



27 Feb. 35 

P 3 June 36 

22 Jan. 42 

14 June 42 

P 5 Aug. 42 

P 30 Aug. 42 

9 Oct. 42 

PIO Feb. 43 

7 Nov. 43 

P 31 Jan. 45 

p 27 Sept. 44 
P 22 Dec. 46 
p 3 Oct. 48 
P 20 Oct. 48 
10 Sept. 49 
Pll Sept. 49 
P 9 July 50 
P 8 Aug. 51 
P 2 Jan. 52 
p 2^ Mar. 52 
6 July 52 



p 1 May 40 
14 April 43 
p 3 Oct. 48 
22 Dec. 48 
Pll Sept. 49 
p 9 July 50 
P 2 Jan. 52 
P13 July 49 
p 26 Mar. 52 
P 21 Sept. 52 



11 Nov. 



1 Lieut.. General D'Oyly sci 
In tile campaign in North Holla 
in !799, underSirRalphAbercroir 
andtiie Dulieof York.andwasu 
prisoner in the action of the I , 
Sept. He served with the arm 
the North of Spain under Sir J 
Moore, in 1808-9, and was at 
battle of Corunna. Accompai 
the e:ipedition to Walcheren in 1 
Served at Cadiz during the sieg 
P 30 July 52 I 1811 and 12, under Lord Lyned 
P 91 «;pr.t flO ^^ *'■■ George Cooke, to whor 
P It feept iiZ „,^ Aide-de-camp, and was 

home with despatches, announ 
the raising of the siege in 1812. Served als( 
Flanders, under Lord Lynedoch, in ISU ; and 
sequently with the army under the Duke of Wellinj 
in Flanders and France, and was severely wrundi 
the battle of Waterloo. He has received the 
Medal with one clasp for Corunna. 

2 Capt. Parker served in the campaign on the 8; 
with the 53rd Regt., and was present at BudJi 
Aliwal, aud Sobraon (Medal and Clasps). 



15 Lieut. Davies served at the second siege operations before Mooltan, including the attack on the suburbs on 27th 
1848, storm and capture of the city, and surrender of the fortress. He was also present at the surrender of the fort 
garrison of Cheniote, and at the battle of Goojerat (Medal and Clasps). , . 

16 Lieut. Jeffrey served as a captain in the Anglo-Spanish Legion, and was present at the operations on the heign 
Arlaban in Alava on the 16th, 17th, and 18th Jan.; in the general actions in front of San Sebastian on the .'ith May (sev 
wounded: Medal), and 1st Oct. (severely wounded), 1836; inth, 12th (wounded), Uth, 15th, and 16th March; storm 
capture of Irun 16th and 17th May (Medal), 1837. He served with the 32nd before Mooltan during all the operations ' 
Sept. 1848 till the surrender of the fortress, 22 Jan. 1849, after which he was present at the battle of Goojerat (wuiii 
(Medal and Clasps). 

17 Lieut. Colls served with the 39th in the battle of Maharajpore (Medal) ; and with the 32nd at the second siege o ; 
tions before Mooltan, including the storm and capture of the city, and surrender of the fortress. He was also pr • 
at the surrender of the garrison of Cheniote, and at the battle of Goojerat (Medal and Clasps). . ^ 

18 Capt. Moore was present at the surrender of the fortress of Mooltan, at the surrender of the fort and gams 
Cheniote, and at the battle of Goojerat (Medal and Clasps). ^,1 

19 Capt. Boissier served at the 2nd siege operations before Mooltan, including the attack on the suburbs on 27 Dec. 18* 
surrender of the fortress. He was also present at the surrender of the fort and garrison of Cheniote, and at the battle of liw • 
(Medal and Clasps). . 

20 Lt. Patterson sen'cd in the Ist and 2nd siege operations before Mooltan, including the storm and capture of the city 
was also present at the surrender of the fort and garrison of Cheniote, and at the battle of Goojerat (Medal and Clasps ' 

21 Paymaster Garforth served with the 32nd in Canada during the rebellion in 1837, and was present in the action' 
Eustache. He served as Adjutant during the Ist and 2nd siege operations before Mooltan, including the action of SoorjK • 
storm and capture of the city, and surrender of the fortress. Also at the surrender of the fort and garrison of toe ' 
and at the battle of Goojerat (Medal and Clasps). 

22 It. Straubenzee served at the Ist and 2nd siege operations before Mooltan, including the action of Soorjkoond: 
sever^./woundedon the 27th Dec. 1848 (Medal and Clasp.) . „. 

23 T t. Power served at the Ist and 2nd siege operations before Mooltan, including the attack on the enemy s posit \ 
fron; of the advanced trenches on 12th Sept. 1848, the action of Soorjkoond, attack on the suburbs 27th Dec, storm an \ 
ture of the city and surrender of the fortress. He was also at the surrender of the fort and garrison of Cheniote, and | 
battleof Goojerat (Medal and Clasps). , ,„ „ 

1:4 Lt.Eudman served with the 62nd in the campaign on the Sutlej (medal and clasp), including the battlesot t""' 
and Sobraon. 
25 LientB. J. Birtwhistle, and Lawrence, served at the 2nd siege operations before Mooltan, including the 



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Colonel. 
Ifi 5ir Thomas Mukdougall Brisbane,' Bart. GCB. GCH. Ens. 10 J^u. 1782; 
Lieut. 30 Julv, yi; Capt. 12 April, 93; M({jor, 5 Aug. 95; Lleut.-Col. 4 
April, 1800; CoZ. 25 July, 10; .l/ryor-Ge;*. 4 June, 13; Lieut..Gvn. 27 May, 
25; den. 23 Nov. 41 ; Col. 34tli Ikgt. 10 Dec. 20. 
Lieut inant- Colonel. 
Nicholas R. Brown, Em. 22 Mar. 21 ; Lieut. 2 June 25 ; Capt. 2 May 37 ; 
Major, 23 Mar. 45 ; Lieut.-Col. 27 March 48. 
Af({jors. 
Richard D. Kelly, Ens. 7 Mar. 34; Lieut, v 30 July, 36; Capt. i'24 Sept. 41 ; 

Mqjor,v\l Mar. 48. 
Arthur Cvril Goodenough, Ens. p8 April 34 ; Lieut. P25 Nov. 36; Capt. P26 
Oct. 41 ; Mqjor, 27 March 48. 



I' 13 Mar. 35 i- 3 Nov. 37 

I' 25 Nov. 30 PlO Aug. 38 

i'24 Sept. 41 I' 13 Oct. 43 

V [) May 34 2 May 37 

I' 15 Oct. 41 I' 31 Mar. 43 

i'13 Dec. 42 I' 30 July 44 

1-12 Dec. 43]P21 July 40 

P 26 Jan. 44 P12 Feb. 47 

p 22 Mar. 44 >22 June 47 'p 9 July 52 

H 14 Feb. 45 i 27 Mar. 48 p 29 Oct. 52 



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P 26 Jan. 44 
P 14 Feb. 45 
P 22 June 47 
27 Mar. 48 
P 27 July 49 
P 1 Feb. 50 
P 7 JIar. 61 
P 14 May 52 



Captains. 

John Simpson 

John Gwilt 

James Maxwell 

Thomas Bourke, * 

Joliu ShifTner 

Edward Wilmot Sitwell 
.Mawdistly Gaussen Best 

William Warry 

Juhn Robinson 

Joseph Jordan 

Lieutenants. 
Henry Edw. Bale, d. pm. 

John Peel 

David Steuart 

Geo.Edw.BrownWesthead 
Granville William Puget 

Robert Campbell 

(ieo.Byni; Ylarman, d.u({j. 
Edward Herman Marsh 
ArthurT.L.Chapnian,«rf/. 
James Anthony Gardner 
George Percy Barnard . . 
Walter HamiltonTwemlow 
Abel Wootlrorte Boyee . . 
Ensiuns. 

John Leslie Moore 

Francis Richard Hurt .. 
Edmund P. L. Mathew.. 
William Walker Jordan 

John Byron 

Hector Maclean Lawrence 
Thomas Harry Saunders 



Paymaster. — Chas. Boyse Roche, 30 Nov. 38; Eit.i. l^Jan.2f<; Lieul.':\ Jui 
.\i{JHtant. — Lieut. Arthur Trevor Leake Chapman, 7 March 51. 
i Quarter-AIoster. — Thomas Williamson, 22 Nov. 44. 
Aurj/w«.— William D.nny, 7 Aug. 40 ; Assist.-Surg. 13 Jan. 37. 
I Auist.Surgeons.—Cmor^u William Powell, 20 .\ug. 44. 

Willium Legge Reid, M.D., 23 March 47. 
Facing* Yellow. — Agents, Messrs. Cox k Co. 




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1 3ir Thomai Bri»b»ne Joined tUc DuJli; of York'* Mniiy in the beginning of the war, and na* p 

: iiun rxrrpt that uf the •iiod )lay U3, wlirn tio wa* conOiifil from a wound nccKi'd in ll 

-III of (he lame niuntli. He wa» tubM.-i|uvntljr prewiil ui the tul^ing of tvriout i»laiid», '. ii 

• I Indii-i. under ."^ir Kjipli A'ercronH'jr. Sir Thoiuai ha* rvcrited the gold crott and oi 

■ ri», Pjrcnre*, Nivelit, Urtbea, and Toulou»e (where be wa» wounded;; and the iilver \\i 

ritli one claip lor the Islxt. 



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'66th {iRoyal Sussex) Regiment of Foot. 



[Head Quarters 
at Plymouth. 



22 



MAIDA." 



Colonel. 

^ aiaa sir George Henry Fred. Berkeley,' KCB. Cornet, 21 Jan. 02 ; Lieut. 27 
Aug. 03; Capt. 1 May, 05; Major, 28 Jan. 08; Lieut.-Col. 13 June, 11; 
Col. 27 May, 25 ; Maj.-Gen. 10 Jan. 37 ; Lt.-Gen. 9 Nov. 46 ; Col. 35th Regt. 
11 July, 45. 

Lieut.-Colonel. 

James Fraser, Ens. p5 April 31 ; Lieut. PI Aug. 34; Capt. v 17 June 36; 

Brev.-Maj. 9 Nov. 46; Major, P14 Dec. 49 ; Lt.-Col. 8 July 61. 

Majors. 

Edward Hely Hutchinson, ^;is. P20 Mar. 27; Lieut. PIO Sept. 29; Capt. 

P8 June 38 ; Major, p 17 May 50. 
James Tedlie, \>Ens. 19 May 25; Lieut, p 5 June 27 ; Capt. 23 July 38; Major, 
"July 51. 



Captains. 

Charles Beamish . . . 

Frederick English . . . 

Thomas Teulou 

Robert Henry Price . 

Archibald Tisdall . . . 

Fred. George Elkiugto 

William Ranby Goate 

Thomas Spring 

Geo. L. Rawdon Berkeley 

Oliver Nicholls Chatterton 
Lieutenants. 

Henry S. Bowman, aclj 

M. Villiers Sankey Morton 

Charles Miller Layton . 

James Bickerstaff .... 

Samuel Fritche Blyth . 

Wm. Henry Ballingall . 

James Spratt 

Francis Lloyd Digby . . . 
Richard Lane Warren . 
Henry Edward Moore . 

John Harris 

William Wright 

William Glynne Massey 

Ensigns. 
Richard Longfield C raster 
Charles Robert Tennant. . 
Ranulph Charles Lee 
WemyssThomasCockburn 
Wm. F. Godolphin Forster 
John Ormsby Vaudeleur 
John Davis 



LIEUT. CAPTAIN. 



P26 Apr. 31 
P22 Mar. 33 
P29 Dec. 37 
p 31 Dec. 39 

26 June 40 
P 4 Sept. 40 

15 April 42 
p 14 May 36 
P31 Jan. 45 
P 26 July 33 

13 Oct. 43 
p 3 May 44 
p 6 Dec. 44 
P 1 1 Nov, 45 

28 Apr, 46 

P 5 Apr. 44 

8 May 46 

P 9 June 46 

10 July 46 
P 3 Sept. 47 
P 31 Dec. 47 
P12 May 48 
P 16 June 48 



Mar. 35 
June 36 
Dec. 40 
May 44 
Sept. 44 
Dec. 44 
May 45 
April 41 
Aug. 46 
Aug. 36 



P 23 June 48 
P 18 May 49 
P21 Aug. 49 
P 21 Aug. 49 
8 July 51 
P21 Nov. 51 
P 13 Feb. 52 
Edward Tedlie I p 23 Nov. 52 



1 Apr. 47 
P 2 Apr. 47 
P31 Dec. 47 
P 12 May 48 
P23 Juue 48 

11 Oct. 46 
Pll May 49 
P13 July 49 
P 14 Dec. 49 
P17 May 50 

8 July 51 
P17 Oct. 51 
P 30 Jan. 52 



p 31 Dec. 39 
P15 Dec. 40 
P31 Dec. 47 
P 23 June 48 
Pll May 49 
P 13 July 49 
P 14 Dec. 49 

15 July 49 
P 30 Jan. 52 

15 Aug. 48 



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11 Nov. 51 
11 Nov. 51 



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16 Paymaster.^Wm. Shearman, 31 Jan. 45 ; 2d Lt. p 21 Apr. 37 ; Lt. 5 May, 4'^ 

10 Adjutant. — Lieut. H. Samuel Bowman, 13 Oct. 43. 

13 Quarter-Master. — George Cole, 15 Dec. 40. 

14 Surtjeon. — James Walker Chambers, M.D., 6 Vug. 47 ; Assist.-Surg. 4 Oct. 39. 
1 Assistant- Sunjeon. — William George Clarke, 26 March 62. 

Facings Blue. — Agents, Messrs. Cox & Co. 
\_Returnedfroin the Mauritius, 8 Aj>ril 1848.] 
I Sir George Berkeley served in Egypt in 1807, and was present at the taking of Alexandria. In 1809 ho 
was appointed Assistant-Adjutant-General to the army in Portugal, and was present in the actions of the 
10th, nth, and r2th May, 180U, passage of the Douro, battles of Talavera, Busaco, Fuentcs d'Onor, siege of 
Badajoz in 1811, also its subsequent siege, storm, and capture; battle of Salamanca, capture of Madrid, 
siege of Burgos, action at Villa Muriel, battle of Vittoria, siege and capture of San Sebastian, passage of 
the" Bidassoa, battles of the Nivelle and Nive. Served also tlie campaign of 1816, including the battle of 
Waterloo, at which he was severely woimded. He commanded the troops at the Cape of Good Hope, and 
conducted the operations against the Kaffirs in 1847, which brought that war to a successful termination. 
Sir George has received the Gold Cross and three clasps for Busaco, Fuentes d'Onor, Badajoz, Salamamm, 
Vittoria, San Sebastian, and Nive ; and the Silver War Medal with one clasp for Talavera. 



Ir^/Z mi.] S6th ( The Herefordshire) Regt. of Foot. [ 'ii^p'oTaVp^'totr'] 1 87 

"^rm^"UINDOOSTAN"— "ROLEIA"— "VIMIERA"— <CORUN.\A" — '*8ALA- 
Y•.l.•8«rv.iMANCA••— " PYREXEKS"— "NIVELLK"— " NIVE'— "ORTIIES"— 
"TOULOUSE"—" PENINSULA." 
Colouvl, 
Lord Frederick FitzClarcnce, GCH. Ens. S( Lieut. 12 May U; CiijU. "23 Feb. 
20; Mc[jor, 10 Jun. i'i ; LU-ut.-Cul. 1 April 24 ; Col. C, May 31 ; Mqjor-Oen. 
23 Nov. 41 ; Lifut.-Gcn. 11 Nov. 51 ; Col. 30th RcKt. 23 July 51. 
Lieut. • Colonel.— C\ieiT\e» Ashniore, Em. 25 Dec. 13; Lieut. 13 April, 20; 

Capt. 1' 10 Aug. 28 ; Miyur, v 15 Dec. 40 ; Lieut. -Col. 22 May, 45. 
A/^yVr*.— Edward R. Kiim, '2nd Liettt. 10 Feb. 20; Lieut. 31 July, 28 ; Cupt. 

1-4 Dec. 32 ; M(i/or, 22 Muv 45. 
William Robert Haliduy , Ens. p 12 Feb. 30 ; Lt. 3 Mar. 33 ; Capt. v 1 1 Nov. 30 ; 
Brevet Mnjor, 9 Nov. 40} Mqjor, ''3 Auar. 49. 




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James N ugent 

Tlio.MathiasLuiWegueliii 
Edward Charles Butler.. 

John Pratt, « i 

Chariis Wilson Cartlen.. ] 
L<'wis Alex. Patrick Boyd 

Henry J. Cooic' j 

.\ntoine 31oet Butler^ .. | 
Wm. Ryland Rainsford . . 
.\ugustus William Ord . . 

Lieutenants. 
Rickard Lloyd, d. pm, .. 
John .\rthur Brockman,f. 
Geo. R.-b.Jas. Marshall 

John Rot ton, a((j 

Thoma- Morgan 

Chas. Juine:i Hale Monro 
Wni.Hy..\rlandDashwood ' 
Bernard Robert Shaw .. [ 
John Edmund Harvey . . 

Thomas Rice j 

Richard llarbord, d. adj. j 

Alfred .Macdonald ' 

John Welman Helyar .. 
Ex!5i«xs. I 

William Tyler Stuart 

Charles Henry Lambert 
Arthur Manning Tuck . . I 
John MaiidevilU- Hugo..l 
Alexander Fred. SU-wart 
Barrington G. Da^hwood 

Albert Scagrim 

Richard Llovd 



ENSIUN. LIEUT. 


1 CAPTAIN. 


BKEV.-MAi 


•'loApriiae 11 Jan. 39! •' 22 Sept. 43 






P 23 Dec. 30 , P 28 June 39 j '• 29 Dec. 43 






P 13 Jan. 37 (P 5 .Mar. 41 , i'23 Aug. 44 






P 8 Juno 30 8 June 35 22 May 45 






p 20 Oct. 37, IDec. 41 p 3 Ai)r. 40 






21 May 29 p 9 Oct. 35 30 Mar. 47 






23 Sept. 30 P17 Sept. 39 7 Dec. 44 






P 8 April 42 PlOMar. 43|PlUMar. 47 






P Jan. 43. P 31 Jan. 46] P 11 April 61 






P 30 Sept. 44 P Aug. 47 


p 17 Oct. 61 






P 2 April 41 P 22 Sept. 43 






2(J May 42 P 7 June 44 






23 Sept. 43 20 June 40 






P 7 Jan. 43. P 22 Jan. 47 






20 June 40 P 24 Oct. 48 






20 June 40 P25 Oct. 48 






20 June 40 P 8 Dec. 48 






p 10 July 40 P23 Mar. 49 






••14 Aug. 40 |P 9 Auir. 50 






P25 Aug. 40 Pll April 61 






P22 Dec, 40 Pll April 51 






P24 Nov. 48 P 30 Jan. 52 






P25NOV, 48jP23July 52 






20 Oct. 48, 3 Captain liullrr »crv«l with tlio 7th Ura- 


P 13 Oct. 48 . goon (Linrd* utfHiiiil the inturKCnl Boers 


in 


P 14 Mar. 61 Sout.i Arnca in IM.^; and in lh« Kaffir v 


vnr 


.. ^''^ . ! » "«•»»' •'"PP •*"*•« "'"' «he Queen-. « 


.V. 


P 19 Aug. 51 alt durlnK the c»m|>ai|tn of 1H44-46 in 


tie 


P 13 Feb. 62 Soutlurn Uoncoii ami .>»u«fttnl W arree coun- 


nV 


Pl2 Miir 'j'' Incliidini! thf tlurminKuf "i-vcral >li>cliadi'i,a 


P 17 .\ug. 52 Mo„o'h*uT«'^! M 


and capture o( 
un»unto«li. 


th« Foru 


or 



Pajfntaiter. — William Stuart, 11 Jan. 50; Qr. Matter, 10 July 35. 
Aitjutant. — Lieut. John Rotton, 13 Scjit. 48. 

Quarter-. Matter. — Thoma." Hamilton Mills, 10 Feb. 44; i?/M. 2 June 43. 
Surgeon, — Jami s Jopp,' M.D. 1 Jan. 47; Assijtt.-Sunj. 22 Feb. 39. 
Assist. -Surgeons. — William Mills Dowding, 9 May, 45. 

(ieorge Frederick. Bone, .M.D. ,9 Dec. 4.1. 
i-V/rinj/jGraMUrc«n. — Agents, SivMT^ Cox ic Co. 



r«Mai >t ik» drttniri 



oofbnni ihr 
n b( laaaniKhur, •b<1 ib ikt t 
kriBf lk« Int BMB aba oltn 
• r at the battle o( lir'cabsA. 



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»i«« *ad IlrderahaA Hr^rrelf wouairj ). H* «»• 
iitou, aad alto a> barinf taken th* 



188 



Zith ( The North Ha 



Years'Serv. 


65 


Full 


Half 


Pay. 


Pay. 


27 





18 





26 





24 





18 





17 





16 





16 





16 





13 





12 





11 





10 





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MINDEN' 



') Regt. of Foot. pEmbarked^for^Ceylon 

L Depot at Chatham. 

TOURNAY"— " PENINSULA." 



Colonel. 
William Smelt,' CB. Cornet, 16 March 98; Lieut. 11 Dec. 99; Cajjt. 21 March 

05 ; Major, 28 Jan. 08 ; Lt.-Col. 4 June 14; Col. 22 July 30 ; 3Iajor-Gen. 

23 Nov. 41 ; Lient.-Gen. 11 Nov. 51 ; Col. 37th Foot, 11 April 51. 
Lieut.-Colo7iels.—YTa.ncis, Skelly, Ens.vQ July, 26; Lieut. 18 Sept. 28; Capt. 

P21 Sept. 32; i»f«>r, p2 July, 41 ; ii^a/.- CoZ. 3 Sept 47. 
Egerton Charles Wm. Miles Milnian, Ens. & Lieut, p 24 April 35 ; Lieut, k. Capt. 

P5 Feb. 41 ; Ca2}t. & Lieut.-Col.Pl April 48. 
Majors.— Gilbert Wm. Francklyn, E7is. P30 April, 27; Lieut. 23 Not. 30; 

Capt. P9 Dec. 36; Major, p27 Aug. 41 ; Brev.-Lt.-Col. 11 Nov. 61. 
Franklin Lushington,^ CB. Ens.f 16 July, 29; Lieut. 10 Oct. 33; Capt. 

P30 Oct. 38 ; Brev.-Major, 23 Dec. 42 ; Major, p 5 Nov. 47. 



Captains. 

John Owen Lewis 

Eliott Thomas Seward . . 

Edward D. Atkinson 

Arthur M. Alex. Bowers 
Henry Macmanus SalP.. 
Robert Prescott Harrison 
Raymond Richard Pelly 
Louis Heury Bedford . . 
William Alex. Filder .... 

John Clutterbuck 

Lieutenants. 
Joseph Jones, adjutant.. 
Wm. Joseph Bazalgette . . 

Charles Luxmoore 

James Henry Wyatt .... 
ThomasMichaelsonMachel 
Edward Joseph N. Burton 
John Leversage George . . 

John Brown 

Thomas Jackson 

John Grattan Anderson . . 

Joseph Hobson 

Francis Hubble Douce . . 

William Baker 

Ensigns. 

Raynsford Taylor 

Robert William Webb . . 
George William Savage 
William Henry Henzcll. . 
Edward Abbot Anderson 
Cha.Edw.Ascough Evered 
John Deering CoUum 
Fred. John Nash Ind 



P 11 July 35 
P 9 Dec. 36 
P 6 Oct. 37 
P 29 Dec. 37 

8 Dec. 37 
P 28 July 40 
P 26 Jan. 41 

27 May 42 
P 27 Oct. 43 
P 29 Oct. 41 

7 Jan. 42 
P17 June 42 
P 17 Nov. 43 
P 20 Sept. 44 
P 4 April 45 
P 13 June 45 
P 4 July 45 
5 Feb. 47 
P 1 May 46 

31 July 46 
P20 Nov. 46 
P 9 Apr. 47 
P28 April 48 

p 8 Dec. 48 

20 July 49 

23 Nov. 49 

P 1 2 April 50 

15 Nov. 50 

P 23 Jan. 52 

P 9 July 52 

P 23 Nov. 52 



LIEUT. 



9 July 38 
P 15 Feb. 39 
P28 July 40 
P 2 July 41 
1 Sept. 40 
P17 June 42 
20 May 44 
P 22 Dec. 43 
P 28 Dec. 46 
P 4 July 45 

29 Dec. 45 
P 30 Dec. 45 
P 1 May 46 
P26 June 46 
P 2 Oct. 46 
P20 Nov. 46 
P 2 Mar. 47 
P 1 Aug. 48 
1 Aug. 49 
p 1 Mar. 50 
P 7 June 50 
P 26 Dec. 51 
P 12 Oct. 52 



CAPTAIN. 



P 29 Oct. 41 
P17 June 42 
P 20 Feb. 46 
P26 June 46 
12 Sept. 48 
P 8 Feb. 50 
P 7 June 50 
V 8 Mar. 50 
p 30 Jan. 52 
p 12 Oct. 52 



BREV.-MAJ. 



Paymaster. — Gillian Maelaine Ross, 27 Dec. 50 ; Eiis. 8 May, 35 ; Lt. 9 Aug. 

89 ; Capt. 4 Sept. 49. 
Adjutant. — Lieut. Joseph Jones, 2 April, 42. 
Quarter- Master. — Richard Bunn, 3 Dec. 47. 

Surgeon. — John Charles Cameron, M.D. 15 April 44 ; Assist.-Surtj. 27 Mai'. 35. 
Assistant-Surgeons. — James W'illiam Fleming, 27 Oct. 46. 
Alexander Smith, M.D. 7 Aug. 46. 
Facings Yellow. — Agents, Messrs. Cox & Co. 
1 Lieut.-Geneial Smelt served in the Ameiiran war, and was present at the taking of Plattsburg, storm 
' capture of Oswego, aption of Lundy's Lane, storming of Fort Erie, ISlh Aue. 1814, where he was 



in 1824, 25, and part of 



Bevercly and dangerously wounded. Served also during the Burmese war, 
and was present at the capture of Rangoon, and other actions in Ava. 

2 Major Lushington served the campaign of 1842 in Afl'ghanistan (Medal), and was severely wounded. 

8 Captain Sail served with the lOlh Fool in the Punjaub campaign of 1848-9, including the whole of the 
siege operations belore Mooltan, repulse of the enemy and night attack upon the British camp at Mutlee 
Thol 17tli Aup. 1848; action of Soorjkoond and capture of the enemy's guns Nov. 7th; carrying the 
heights and suburbs beiore Mooltan Dec. 27th ; and surrender of the fortress 22nd Jan. 1849; alter which 
joined witii the Mooltan force the army under Lord Gough, and was present at the battle ol Goojerat (Medal 
and two Clasps). 



".^t'oS^p^"] -iS/A ( Tlie Ut Staffonhldre) Rtyt. of Foot. 189 

" WOITTB VlDBO"— " ROLBIA"— " VlJIIEKA"— "TOKIJI.XA"— bcSACO"— " BaDA JOZ"— " SA 1.AM AX A'— 

"ViTToRiA"— "St. Sbbastiaw •— " NivK •— '•Pewi.nsula"— " AVA." 
Colonel. 
^ Hon. Hugh Arl.utlmott,' CB. i'/w. !« Mav, <JC; Lt. 15 Sept. 96; Cff;v^ 

iO March, tH) ; .V«>;-, 23 Nov. 04; Lt.-Col U May, 11 ; Col. ID July, "Jl ; 

Mi\jor-Gen. 'ii July, 30; Lt.-Gen. '2'3 Nov. 41 ; Col. 38th liigt. 4 Ajiril 43. 

Lieut.-Colonel. 

Sir John CaiuiibcU," Bart. Ens. 'Jo Nov. '21 ; Lieut. 1 July, 24 ; Caj)t. i' 1 1 July, 

26; Major, i'2l) Dec. 37 ; Lieut. -Col. i' 7 Aug. 40; Col. 11 Nov. 51. 
Mqjors. — John Jackson Lowtli,- J-:ns. 3 July, '24 ; Lieut. 11 Sept. '25 ; Cupt. 

H'23 Mar. 32 ; Major, p 12 June, 40 ; Brei-.'-Lt.-Cul. 1 1 Nov. 51. 
James Pattoun Sparks, JE;w. 27 July 15; Lieut. 30 July 18 ; Capt. 5 Sept. 26; 

Brevet Mqjor, '23 Nov. 41 ; Brei-et Lt.-Col. 11 Nov. 51 ; M({j(/r, 6 July 52. 



Ye»n' Serv. 


67 


Full 


Hair 


IV. 


P.y. 


- 




SO 


lA 


29 





38 





22 





27 





21 





12 





16 





16 





14 





13 





11 





10 





10 





8 





7 





7 





6 





6 





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8 





4 





4 





13 


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3 





5 


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3 





2 





2 





3 





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1 






Captai.vs. 
Jos. Samuel Adamsou 
John Gage Lecky . . . . 



ENSION. 

V 15 Mar. 31 



I P '22 April 26 

John W. S. Smith* I 3 Feb. 32 

James S. Hawker Farrer 2 April 41 
Robert Charles Sinclair. . I p 23 Aug. 37 
William James Loftus .. p 9 Nov. 38 

Arthur Lavard p 1 Mar. 39 

Henry Hoiden p 7 Aug. 40 

Edwartl Thomas Gloster ' p 13 May 42 

Gustavus Hume ' p 30 May 43 

Lieutenants. I 

Samuel Hackett p20 Oct. 43 

Cha. P. Torrens Daniell 3 Jan. 45 

Ludford Harvev Daniel . . p 9 June 46 
Charles Kdward Johns . . p2G June 46 

Horatio Page Vance ' p 3 Dec. 47 

James Thomas Craster . . ' 19 Sept. 48 
A. Campbell Snodgrass . . P 6 Oct. 48 
Wm.Rob.Crawford Potter P 30 Dec. 45 
Frc<lerick Beswick, adj. 23 Mar. 49 

John Stratton p 11 .May 49 

Thomas Eyre Lambert . . p 24 Nov. 38 
//o;i.Cha.JohnAddiiigton p 16 Aug. 50 



John Crosby Vaughan 

Ensign.s. 
Rowland Hill Gordon .. 
Comjiton .\. S. Dickins 
Arthur Brooksbank . — 
Owen G. Saunders Davies 
Peter Wright Breton . . 
Sidney Godolphin (juicke 
Henry Broome Feilden . . 
De Vic Tupper 



22 Dec. 

P 12 Dec. 50 
P 13 Dec. 50 
P21 Nov. 61 
p 12 Dec. 51 
p 18 May 50 
9 J uly 52 
P21 Sept. 52 
P 15 Oct. 52 



,IEL" 



P 27 Sept. 33 

P'26 Mar. '29 

4 Aug. 37 

P 2 June 43 

P21 Sept. 39 

P 8 Nov. 42 

P'29 Dec. 40 

22 Mar. 44 

3 Jan. 45 

P 9 June 46 

P 3 Dec. 47 
7 Mar. 49 
P 27 April 49 
P27 July 49 
P -20 Dec. 50 
P 17 Oct. 51 
P 7 Nov. 51 
P29 Dec. 46 
19 Mar. 52 
P 14 Oct. 51 
P 12 Feb. 41 
P30 July 52 
P21 Sept. 52 



captain. 



P 1 Dec. 37 
P lOApriUO 
p 7 Autr. 40 
P '28 April 48 
P27 July 49 
PPJJulv 50 
19 Mar. 52 
9 July 52 
P 30 July 52 
P21 Sept. 52 



buev.-maj. 



11 Nov. 51 
do 
do 



2 Sir John Campbell served 
tliroughuut the Burmese wor 
(Medul), from 15h April, 1824 to 
Its conclusion in Feb. 1826, as 
Aide-de-camp to Sir Archibald 
Campbell. 

3 Lt.-Col. Lowth served with 
the 38th in the Burmese war 
(.Medal), and was present at Hiu 
ad'ain of Sembike and Nepadie, 
and attack and capture of Mcl- 
loon and of Pugham Mew. 



£iu. 31 May, 39 ; Lieut, p 14 Apr. 43. 



Payituuter.—RuhLrt Scott, 20 Feb. 

Ailjutaiit. — Lieut. Frederick Beswick, 9 July 

(Quarter- Master. —imnee, Twibill, 8 May, 40; Ens. 7 May, 40. 

Surtjeon. — Frederick Foaker, 23 March 47 ; Aisist.-Surg. 19 Oct. 3 8. 

Assist. -Surgeon. — Donald Sinclair Smith, '27 Feb. 52. 

Facings Yellow. — Agents, Cox & Co. 
[Jieturned/roin Nova Scotia '25 Aug. 1851.] 

I Lleut.-Gen«ral the Honourable Hu!;h Arbiithnott srrved wllli the 4Uth at the Hilder, in 1700; alto on 
the rzprditiuD to the Baltic, and battle of Cupcnhaicen, in IMll. In July 1)<07, embarked with the expe- 
dition to Zealand, and was pmrni at the tiice and capture uf Copenhagen. Accompanied the expcdilitjn to 
Sweden, and aflirwards to I'ortu|;nl and Spain under Sir John Moore, and was present at the baitic of 
Corunna. Served also in the Penintula under the liuke of WellinftoK, and commaiidrd the :i2iid at the 
b«llle of Busaro, for which he ha* received the {(old medul : he has alio received the >il»iT War Medal with 
two clasp* lur Corunna and Fueu<es d'Unor; and the Naval War Medal for Copi nhagen. 

i Major Smith commanded a detaihmrnt of the Stilh Reftiuirnt In c>i-ii|>eiullon with a Natal cxptdi- 
lloo ui.der Captain Lock in the ascent, in boats, of the ri>er St. Juan de Nicaracus, central Amenca, in 
IMS, Includinx the a**aiill and capture of the p>rt of Serapiqui, and surrei.drr of the Fori* oi Ca»tcllo 
VIeJo and St. Carlo*, tic «l>o accompanied Captain Lock to the town < f Grenada, and «a* pretenl at tht 
dcUbtralions and coDclusiou of a ircatj with the Nicaragua conimjtsloners. 



5 190 



Z9th ( The Dorsetshire) Regiment of Foot. 



n 2 1; s c •■= E 



Primus in Indis." 
— " AlbOhera" — 
"Ma 



[HeadQuarten ; 
Clonmel. 



-"Plassev"— "OiBRALTAB"— with the Castle and Key, "Montis Insignia Ca ' 

' VlTTORI A"— " PYRENEES"—" N lVELLE"— " NiVE"— " ORTHBS"— " PfiMIIfSULA 



2 5 O C ^ S 3 s 



-Z- 2 Z b- 



°^^- Colonel. 

George Burrell,' CB. Eiis. 4 Feb. 97 ; Lieut. 3 May, 97 ; Capi. 15 Aug. ; 

Major, 30 April, 07; Lieut.-Col. 4 June, 13; Col. 22 July, 30; Maj'. 

Gen. 23 Nov. 41 ; Lieut.-Gen. 11 Nov, 51. 
Lieut.-Colonel. 
Thomas Wright,^ CB. Ens. 18 Dee. 12; Lieut. 22 April, 14; Capt.vU July, 

Major, P 10 Mar. 37 ; Lieut.-Coh 24 Apr. 39 ; Col. 11 Nov. 51. 
Tl/oj-or*.— Robert Newport Tinley,^ Ens. 4 April, 32; Lieut, p 19 July, ; 

Capt. P 15 Dec. 40; Brev.- Major, 11 Nov. 61 ; Major, p\0 Feb. 52. 
William Munro,* Ens. v 20 June 34; Lieut, p 1 April 36; Capt. 2 July ■ . 

Major, P 7 May 52. 



Captains. 

Arthur Herbert^ 

Charles D. Campbells . 
Henry Aug. Strachan^ . 
William Clarges Wolfe . 
Thomas Wright Hudson , 
Thomas Edw. Wilbraham 
Robert Hamilton Currie^ I 



P 18 Jan. 31 
P 9 Aug. 27 
21 Sept. 32 
P 30 Oct. 35 
P 16 June 37 
P 8 Mar. 39 
P 28 Dec. 38 
William Leckie I 10 Nov. 43 



ENSIGIf. 



Charles Denison Pedder 
Chas. Tho. Hamilton^ . . 

Lieutenants. 
Wm. Newport Tinley^ . . 

i3 Francis Gee^ 

Simon George Newport** 
Henry Droz Gaynor^. . . . 
William Greenham .... 

James Aguew 

Wm. Henry Wilson, Adj. 
Lewis Stafford Northcote 
Thomas Fraser Dixon . . 
Robert Broome Baker . . 
W. Hucks Harding Warner 



P 7 July 46 
P17 Feb. 38 

P 15 Nov. 39 
18 Sept. 40 
3 Aug. 41 
P31 Dec. 41 
27 Aug. 41 
22 Oct. 44 
9 June 46 
P 24 June 48 
10 April 49 
P 4 May 49 
P 1 Feb. 50 
Ed, Beauchamp Maunselli p 2 Oct. 46 
Thomas Carpendale Bau-d' p 15 Feb. 50 

Ensigns. | 

Frederick Wilmot Foster ipl7 June 51 

Ralph Edward Carr j p 13 Feb. 52 

William Gammell P12 Mar. 52 

Norman Macdonald .. .Jp 14 May 52 
Charles Milligan p 11 June 52 



Arthur J. P. Wadman 
Charles Burch Phillipps 
Thos. Westropp Bennett 



CAPTAIN. 


P31 Dec. 


41 


24 Apri 
5 June 


43 
43 


7 Aug. 
7 Dec. 


46 
45 


20 Mar. 


46 


P 10 Feb. 


52 


p 2 Apr. 
p 7 May 


52 
63 


23 Nov. 


52 



30 April . 



2 Sept. 34 

3 May 33 
2 June 35 

p 10 Mar. 37 
30 Oct. 40 
P 21 May 41 
P 14 Feb. 40 
16 April 46 
P 27 Dec. 50 
P 10 July 39 

Pll June 41 
5 June 43 
2 July 44 

2 Aug. 44 
11 Dec. 46 

P 23 June 48 
1 May 51 
P16 Jan. 52 
PIO Feb. 62 
P 2 Apr. 52 
P 7 May 52 j 

3 Apr. 49 
23 Nov. 52 



11 Dr. Hartley served in the Peninsula, i 
was present at the battle of Salamanca, 
which he has received the silver War Me 
with one clasp. 



23 Nov. 52 
23 Nov. 52 
17 Dec. 52 
Paymaster. — Samuel Btnnison,"'6 Nov, 52; Quarter-Master, 13 July 41. i 
Adjutant.— Lieut. Wm. Hen. Wilson, 20 April 49. [Mar. 10; Capt. 13Feb. ! 
Quarter-Master.— Adam M' Bride, 2 Oct. 49, 

Surgeoti. — ^3 John Metge Bartley," M.D. 31 Aug. 26; Assist.-Surg.27 Dec.: 
Assist, Surgeon. — John Sheldon Furlong, MD. 19 Nov. 47. [Bt., Armit, & ( 
Facings Green. — Agents, Messrs. Cox & Co. — Ir-ish Agents, Sir E. R. Borout 
\_Returned from Bengal 9 June, 1847.] 
1 Lieut. -General Burrell served at the capture of Guadaloupe in 1810; and the campaign of 1814 
S^gf^S o --n Upper Canada. Served also in China (Medal) and commanded the land force at the first capture 
"a%- a'^^ ^ a Chiisan, and a brigade at the attack upon Canton. He has received the Silver War Medal with one Cla 
I £= «■=■« S5 for Guadaioupc. 
i-s 2 3 o c' " 2 ^ Colonel Wright served tlie campaign against the Rajah of Coorg in 1834, and received a very severe injury in the rii 

j2 J, ■fl' t- 'i- -a '•'Sin leading the advanced attack at the taking of the stockade of Periapatara, the frontier stockade of the Coorg terrilo 

1 si's «■£ c li '" '*'"' ''^ ""^ employed in the operations against Kurnool, and was severely and dangerously wounded at the affair 
= • 5 ca -J. « 5 £ Zorapore on the 18th of Oct. He commanded a Brigade in the battle of Maharajpore (Medal) on the 29th Dec. 1843, 

fe ^ T3 o S . C S '"'''''' action his horse was shot under him in taking the battery at Chounda. 

1 c « c S W OS 3 Major Tinley served the campaign against the Rajah of Coorg in 1834. He was also present in the battle of Maharajpo 
. S '5 |f= o 2 ^ ^^"^ ^^''- '^*^ (Medal), and was severelj wounded. 
S^_ S »5~'^ " * Major Munro served as Adjutant of the 39th in the actional Maharajpore, and wtas severely wounded (medal) . 
^°?:-SP«gS 6 Major Campbell, Capu. Herbert, Currie and Hamilton, Lieuts. Tinley, Flynn, Newport, and Gaynor, served w 
c 3 "O ■" ■? - 3 - *''^ '*^^'- ^' ""^ action of Maharajpore on the 29th Dec. 1843. Major Campbell, Captains Herbert and Currie, and Lie 
'~ "^a- t," ''^"■Port, were slightly wounded. 

"S ■^ ^~ M o'-'6o 7 Capt. Strachan served the campaign against the Rajah of Coorg, in 1834. 

"J .2 * Q 5 " c 9 i-i. Gee served in the Peninsula from 1811 to 1814, and was present at Vittoria, Stewart's Rock near Maya, Pyrene 
i *^ c c a) - S ^^ Pampeluna, NiveUe, Nive, Bayonne, Garris, Orthes, and Toulouse : he has received the War Medal with six Clasps. 
■° « " » 5 2 "S • ""^ *'*" present in the action at Maharajpore, on the 29th Dec. 1812. 

'^c^t^'O^"" '" Paymaster Bennison was present at that lamentable catastrophe, the burning of the Kent, East Indiaman.Jn t 
•= S> '^^OSS ^^"^ "' ■^'^'^ay- 0° tbe 1st March, 1825. He served with the 31st throughout the campaign of 1842 m ftffghanist 
S 0.=^ g.S ^.S p (Medal) under Major- General Pollack, including the actions of Mazeena, Tezeen, and Jugdulluck, the occupation 
J5 P. J !s —>-'~ " •" Cabool, and the different engagements leading to it. He served also the campaign on the Sutlej, and was present in t 
-S'^'SSa'cg ''»"'<^«<'f Moodkee, Ferozeshah, Buddiwal, Aliwal, and Sobraon, and was one of only five officers who escaped bei 
SEcSSaOla wounded : Medal and three Clasps. 



10 



NlVELLB" 

'OuuzsEE andCAUooi, 



Proceo<u^|o^N^w8ouu. wa.«.-| ^otlt {Thc 2nd Somersetshire) Regt. of Foot. 191 

TheSftAiMx, trilh the word " EiiYPT" on the cap* of Iho Flank Companlcj. " Moktb Video"—" Roleia"— 
••ViMiBRA"— "TAiavBRA"—"muAJoz"— "Salamanca"— '• Vrri oria"-"Pyiien BE8"- 
— "Obthbs"—"Toui.<)1'.sb"— "Pk.m INSULA"'— " Watekloo"— "Canuaha 

It**'.'," " MAUAllAJrOUE." 

Colonel. 
9 91ia Sir Alexander Woodford,' GCB. UCMO. Ens. Dec. 04; Lieut. 10 

July, 1)5 ; dipt. 1 1 Dec. 99 ; Capt. & Lient.-Col. B Mar. 10} Col. 4 June, 14 • 

M({jvr-Gen. 21 May, "iS; Lieut.-Gen. 28 June, 38 j Co/. 40th Foot' 

25 April, 42. 
Lieut. -Cut. — Thomas Janie3 Vuliunt, i'/w. 29 May, 28; Lieut. i'17 Dec. 29 • 

dipt. 1' 1 .May, :)5 ; Major, i" lO J iily, 40 ; Lieut.-Col. i' 25 June 52. ' ' 

Majors. — .lohn Martiu Uludcn i\cill,^ J-Jns. •'22 Mar. 33 ; Lt. f Jan 35 • Cant 

I'll Mar. 42; Ji(yw, i> 8 June 49. ' - J • 

Arthur Leslie, ^/w. ** 20 Nov. 38; Lieut. p6 May 42; Cajjt. P3 April 46 • 

Mi{jor, V 25 Juuu 52. 



ENSIGN. 



LIEUT. 



25 Nov. 31 1 29 Jan. 36 



7 Juue 39 

15 Nov. 39 

P 5 Apr. 39 

P 12 May 43 

1'27 June 45 

23 Feb. 44 
P 3 Nov. 43 
P 7 May 47 
P 15 May 47 

13 April 39 

21 Alav 41 

26 Nov. 47 

26 May 48 

P 18 Aug. 48 

P 4 May 49 

P 8 June 49 

P17 Sept. 49 

P 1 8 Sept. 49 

P19 Oct. 49 

P 9 Nov. 49 

P 18 Juu. 50 



P 7 Sept. 41 
19 Nov. 41 
27 May 42 
P 14 May 47 
P14 May 47 
P31 July 46 
P 13 Feb. 40 
P18 Aug. 48 
12 Aug. 49 

10 July 41 
14 April 43 
I 1 1 Sept. 49 
P18 Sept. 49 
P21 Dec. 49 
P 19 July 60 
P 13 Dec. 60 
P 24 Jan. 51 
pyO May 61 
P2l Nov. 51 
P18 Juue 62 
P25 Juue 52 
p 5 Nov. 52 



CAPTAIN. 



P 10 July 4(i 
P 14 May 47 
P 14 May 47 
P 18 Au;,'. 48 
P13 Dec. 50 
p 24 Jan. 51 
P30 May 5! 
28 Aug. 50 
P 25 June 52 
P 6 Nov. 52] 



IHKV.- 



CAPTAINtf. 

Thomas L. K. Nelsou*... 

John \y. Thomas' 

Robert Carey' 

Fra. Brockinan Morlev' 

Hans Thomas Fell Wliite 

It. John Leclunere Coore 

.Vldboroujjlh Rich. Uundle 

W ni. llelsham Candler , 

Robert Hare 

Thomas George Gardiner 
Lieutenants. 

E. Iluugerford Eagar,* 

Richard Dawson, * d. pm. 

lly. ChristopherWise,«(/;. 

George Owen llcpwdler . . 

Daniel Peunefather .... 

Fred. Samuel Blyth 

Francis Henry Atherley 

John Edward Brodhurst 

\\ illiam O'llara 

Alfred A. Wade Lea 

Lewis Trelawuy Clark . . 

Chailes Henry Hall .... 

W. H. Horndon Messenger! p 19 July 50 
En»I(i.\s. I 

Fred. C. U. S. Baddeley | 

Thomas M.Bruce Gardyne 

Geo. A. Bentley Buckie , 

A. Ilaggerstou Stephens 

Theophilus Bolton i 

I Arthur I'rcd. Fitz Simuus 

9 I I'liilip Georue Hcwett 1 

i Robert Richardson Ellis 

9 j Payinasttr.- 

I .Adjutant.- 

I (Quarter- Master. — Thomas Walter Hives,' 25 Oct. 42. 

\ Surgeon. — Adolphus Collings, M.D., 20 Nov. 46; Asuist.-Surg. 26 Feb. 41. 

\Asfist.-Surijeons. — Thomas Ligcrtwood, MB., 14 Nov. 51. 

I William Tidmas, 11 June 52. 

Facings Buff. — Agents, Messrs. Cox dc Co. — Irish Agents, Sir E. R. Borough, 



'20 Oct. 49 
' 17 Jan. 51 
■ 14 Feb. 61 
'17 June 61 
'21 Nov. 81 
' 9 July 82 
'10 July 52 
P23 Nor. 62' 

-Fred. Montagu Hockings.20 April 49; £■>«. 20 May 42 ; Lieut. 
■Lieut. Henrj- Ciiristophcr Wise, 21 Nov. 51. [p 10 July 46 



^ Returrted from Ir 



riifi. Fib. 1840.] 

lloUi 



\_Bt., Armit, & Cf 



and »u irirrrrly noiindril on Ihr I9tb SfpL irUJ. Srrred 
in 1907. Srivrtlon Ihr Slarrin Mini), in ltKI«,«, uid 10. Cmniiuidnl 
■■tr or Cltidad Hodrift), ri|ilurT of Hul^Joi, balllr of SaUinanra, cap- 
' )• <1 (Int tatlallon Colditrrara Uuardi at ihr batUr of Vtttoria, raiiturr 
Si-.' 1'.'-. ih'- >i\' . aiHl iii\r,tmrnl of Bayoooe. Commandrd Ihr trrond battalion at ihr hatilr ol 
tit. and durinf thr occupaUon In Franrr. Sir Atrkandrr has rrrrlrrd thr (old mrdal and two 
cUu|M foe the balUri of Salamanca. Vlttoria, and the Nlrc ) and Uir liUrr War Mrdal with unr clup for CiudaJ Rodrifo and 
l«ltr«^. 

* !• >u.l«lfnjof ISIJ and IS In Uir Pmluula, with the Mlh Light Infanlrr, and oaiirtcrrlr 

*<>»' i»o |uu ihott ludfrd In thr IkxI;, one of which bat not krrn ritractrd. Ili' ha> rrrrlvcd 



I'arr) Krrrd Ibroufbaut the opfratluoa In Candahar and in AIT^ha 



Lirutmant Ra(ar (•rrrtTl)r 
nivM, .rrrrd tliioughout Ihr <.|>rT>iiani la Candahar and In AllkhanUtan In IMI and < 



lladarai an>l guartrr-maitrr 
and harr rrrrirrd Ihr mrdal. 
1 Ihr BuniF Kiui Lt. BH*r 

NrlKm wai AdJulMI of the 
I hor»t »ho» undrr bin. 

mrdal. He waa a/terwarda 



-.. Liuotc Star. 



192 



4:1st ( The Welsh) Regiment of Foot. [■ 



Emb. for Corfu, 11 Feb. 51. 
Depot at Boyle. 

On tbe Colours and Appointments, the Prince of Wales's Plume, with the motto, " Gmell Angeu na 
Chyivilydd."—" Dbtroit"— " Queenstown"— " Miami"— "Niagara"— "AVA." 
"Candahab, Ghdznee, and Cabool, 1842." 
Coloyiel. 
Charles Ashe a'Couit,' CB. KH. Ens. 17 Dec. 01 ; Lieut. 2 Sept. 02; Capt. 
25 July, 04; Major, 26 Feb. 11 ; Lieut.-Col. 19 May, 13 ; Col. 22 July, 30; 
Major-Gen. 23 Nov. 41 ; Lieut.'Gen. 11 Nov. 51 ; Col. 41st Foot, 5 Feb. 48. 
Lieut.-Colonel.— George Carpenter, Ens. 1 Oct. 18; Lient. 1 Mar. 20; Capt. 
P29 Oct. 25 ; Brevet-Major, 28 June, 38; 3fajor, p22 July, 45 ; Lieut.-Col. 
P 27 Dec. 50. 
J/a/or5.— Augustus J. W. Northey, Ens. p14 July, 37; Lie^d. pO July, 40; 

Capt. P27 Sept. 44; Major, P27 Dec. 50. 
James Eman,^ Ens. 25 Mar. 36; Lieut. 16 Aug. 88; Capt. 9 Oct. 46; Major, 
P 26 Nov. 52. 



Years' Serv. 


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Captains. 
Henry Law MaydwelP 

George Bagot,* 

Robert Pratt^ 

Chas. Timothv Tuckey 
Grenville G.Wells.... 
Julius Edmund Goodwyn 
Rich. Oliver Fra. Steward 
Joseph Gostling Egginton 
Henry \yarter Meredith 
Hon. Richard Handcock 

Lieutenants. 
Ed. R. Wethered, d. pm. 

George Skipwith 

William Hunt 

Wm. Johnstone, d. adj.. 
Charles Pelgue Bertram 
Robert Cary Barnard, ad. 
Chas. Yelverton Balguy 
George William Alexander 

Edwin Richards 

William Lawes 

Hugh Rowlands 

Fred. Cherburgh Bligh . . 

Henry Stratton Bush 

Ensigns. 
George Robert Fitz Roy 

William Allan 

John William Swaby . . 

Alfred Taylor 

Hugh Charles Harriott. . 
G. W. Wallace Carpenter 
Edward Every 



ENSIGN. 



21 Aug. 35 
26 July 35 
P 16 June 37 
" 28 June 39 
P 20 Dec. 39 
P 5 Jan. 44 
P29 Sept. 43 
P 30 Sept. 42 
P 6 June 45 
P 12 Apr. 44 

P 5 Aug. 42 

P 3 Nov. 46 

P 19 Nov. 44 

30 Dec. 45 

P 6 Feb. 47 

p 19 Mar. 47 

P14 May 47 

P 19 Nov. 47 

23 Feb. 49 

10 Apr. 49 

P 25 Sept. 49 

P 15 Mar. 50 

p 16 Mar. 50 

P 23 Nov. 49 
P 12 July 50 
P 16 Aug. 50 
P17 Jan. 51 
16 May 51 
P17 June 51 
P 9 July 52 



LIEUT. 



28 Sept. 38 
P 7 Oct. 37 
r 27 June 39 
2 Oct. 41 
P 22 Nov. 42 
P 6 June 45 
P26 Sept. 45 
P 9 Dec. 45 
p 3 Nov. 46 
P 3 Apr. 46 

P 24 May 44 

P 15 Oct. 47 

25 Aug. 46 

21 Feb. 50 

P 22 Feb. 50 

P 22 Mar. 50 

P 3 May 50 

P 7 June 50 

P27 Dec. 50 

P 22 Oct. 50 

21 Apr. 51 

P25 June 52 

P 26 Nov. 52 



CAPTAIN. BREV.-MAJ. 



19 Oct. 49 



P 15 April 42 
4 July 45 
P23 Sept. 45 
p 3 Nov. 46 
Pl9 Mar. 47 
P 3 May 50 
P 7 June 50 
P 10 Sept. 50 
P 25 June 52 
P 26 Nov. 52 



6 Mr. Stewart served with 
4l6t in Affghanistan in 1842, 
was present in the engagemei 
tlie 30tli Aug. at Goaine, an( 
5tli Sept. before Ghuznee 
cupation and dei 
fortres " ' " 



the 



of that 
and of Cabool. and the Ta- 
rious minor aflfairs in and between 
the Bolan and Khyber Passes (Me- 
dal). He served also with the 31se 
during the campaign on the Sutlej 
(Medal), and was present in the 
battles of Moodkee and Feroze- 
shah. 



Paymaster.— Thos. Miller Creagh,21 June 39 ; Ens. 23 Feb. 25; Lt. 6 Mar. 26, 
Adjutant. — Lieut. Robert Cary Barnard, 15 Nov. 50. 
Quarter-Master. — Archibald Elliott, 21 July, 48 ; Ens. 31 March, 48, 
Surgeon.— ^Wm. Mortimer Wilkins,^ 23 Dec. 36; Assist.-Surg. 22 June, 25; 
Asslst.-Surgeons. — David Stewart,'' 3 Dec. 41. [Hosp.- Assist. 10 Jan. 14. 

Richard Woodley, MB., 14 April 46. 
Facings White. — Agents, Messrs. Cox & Co. — Irish Agents, Sir E. R. 
Borough Et., Armit, & Co. 

1 Lieut. -General a'Court was detached on a separate command in 1806 to the Adriatic, to attack the islands of Tremitis, 
and in the same year he assisted at the siege of ScyUa. In ISO/ he served in Egypt, and was present at the capture of 
Alexandria, and in the action near Kosetta. At the siege and capture of Santa Maura he was in charge of the Quarter- 
Master-General's department : he was also at the siege of Capri in the same year. He was Aide-de-camp to the Adjutant- 
General when the enemy landed in Sicily, in 1809, and commanded the advance-guard to which nearly 1000 prisoners sur- 
rendered, and he personally captured the enemy's standard. Sened afterwards on the staff in Sicily, Spain, and Italy, and 
was present at the siege of Tarragona, action at Villa Franca, and retreat from thence; subsequently at the occupation of 
Leghorn, capture of Genoa, siege of Savona, and lastly at the surrender of Naples in 1815. 

2 Cap;. Maydwell served in the Cafflr campaign from 1850 to 1852 as military secretary to Sir Harry Smith. 

3 Captains Pratt and Tuckey served with the 41st throughout the campaigu of 1842 in Affghanistan (Medal), and were 

S resent in the engagement with the enenjy on the 28th April in the Pisheen Valley ; iu those of the 29th May near Can- 
ahar, 30th Aug. at Goaine, 5th Sept. before Ghuznee ; at the occupation and destruction of that Fortress and of Cabool, 
the Expedition into Kohistan, storm, capture and destruction of Istaliff, and the various minor affairs in and between the 
Bolan and the Khyber Pastes. 

4 Major Eman served in Spain with the British Legion from July 1835 to Jan. 1836, and was present in the various 
akirniishes with the enemy during that period. He served with the 41st throughout the campaign of 1842 m Affghanistan 
(Medal), and was present in the engagements with the enemy on the 28th March and 28ih April in the Pisheen Valley; in 
those of the 29th Way near Candahar, 30th Aug. at Goaine, 6th Sept. before Ghuznee ; at the occupation and destruction 
of that Fortress and of Cabool, the expedition into Kohistan, storm, capture and destruction of Istaliff, and the various 
minor affairs in and between the Bolan and the Khyber Passes. 

i Mr. Wilkins served the campaign of 1814 in the Peninsula; in the Kaudian war in Ceylon, during 1817 and IS; and a» 
Surgeon of a Light BattaUon at the siege of Kolapore in 1827. Services in Affghanistan the same as in Note 4. 



Serving at SCirllnK.] 42(1 ( T/w Roi/al It'lfjhhiml) Re(jt. of Fuot. 193 

St. Andrew," Nemo me impune /rtrwjif."— The Sphinx, with the words "EGYPT" — 
"CORUNNA"— " FUENTE9 D'ONOR"— " PYRENEES"—" NIVELLE"— " NIVE" 
ORTIIES"— "TOULOUSE"— "PENINSULA"— "WATERLOO." 



54 



Colonel. 
9 .V.V James Douglas,' KCB. Ens. 10 July, 1799; i;e«M9 June, 1800; Capt. 
16 Sept. 0-2 ; Major, 10 Feb. 09; Lieut.-Col. 30 iMay, 11 ; Col. 19 July '21 ; 
M<\j-Gen. 22 July, 30 ; Lt.-Gen. 23 Nov. 41 ; Col. 42nd Foot, 10 April, 50. 
Lieutenant-Colonel. 
Duncan Alexander Cameron, Ens. 8 April, 25 ; Lieut, p 15 Aug. 26 ; 
Capt. P21 June, 33 ; Major, i'23 Aug. 39 ; Lieut.-Col. p5 Sept. 43. 
M(ijor.<!. 
\ 2^ I Daniel Frazer, Ens. 31 Oct 11 ; Lieut. 13 June 16; Capt. p5 Nov 25 ; 

1 Brev.-.Maj. 28 June 38 ; Mnj. 14 Apr. 40 ; Brev. Lt.-Col. 11 Nov. 51. 
8 j George Burrell Cumberland, Ens. 11 Apr. 25; Lt. 31 Dec. 28; Capt. p 30 
I , Mar. 38; 3/fl;. P15 Feb. 60. 



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C.\PTAIN8. 

Tliomas Tulloch 

Jn. Cameron Macphcrson 

Hon. RotKTt Rollo 

.Alexander Cameron .... 



ENSIGN. 



LIEUT. 



CAPTAIN. BREV.-MAJ. 



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P 25 June 26 03 Oct. 28 

10 Sept.30 P'21 June 33 

PIO Aug. 32 j 1-25 Sept. 35 

24 Feb. 32 I p 30 Jan. 35 

Charles Murray ! p 21 June 33 p 30 Mar. 38 

Geonre W. Macquarie . . p 25 Sejjt. 35 p 31 May 39 
Archibald Colin Campbell p 24 Feb. 37 p -23 Aug. 39 
Fred. Green Wilkinson . . ' p27 Dec. 42 p 13 Aug. 47 

' Andrew Pitcairn I P 15 May 40 p 15 Apr. 42 

I Alexander Ramsay p 10 May 40 p 3 June 42 

Lieutenants. 
JohnWalt.Wedderbum,*. P26 Oct. 41 P5Scpt. 43 
I Hon.O. H. E. Grant . . p 5 Nov. 41 p 30 Aug. 44 
I Archd. Macra Chisholm 17 Apr. 42 14 Apr. 40 
Gilbert Innes .Menzies .. 18 Apr. 42 -28 Aug. 40 
Chas. Campbell Graham p30 Aug. 44 04 Mav 47 
I John Wm. Powktt Orde p Dec. 44 p n Xov. 47 
I Rowl. Aynsworth Frazer 14 Apr. 40 p 16 June 48 
O I John Chetham -M'Lcod . . 21 Apr. 40 p 17 Xov. 48 
j R. Campbell Cuninghame! 29 Aug. 40 | p July 49 
Alex. Edgar McGregor..', 2 Apr. 47 Ipoy May 49 
; Henry Montgomery ....p 3 Mar. 47 p 23 July 52 

IjohnDrysdale, nf(/ ' 22 June 47 1-2 Oct 

[ WilliamJamcs Robertson p 10 June 48 p 12 Oct 

I ExsifiNS. j I 

William Crofton Wanl . .1 18 Aug. 48' 
John Gordon Campbell . . j p 17 Nov. 48 

George Frascr , p 6 July 49 

Duncan Downie Fletcher p 2 Nov. 49 
Joseph Cha. Ro*s Grove 9 .Sept. 51 
Duncan Macphcrson . . . . p 25 June 52 
Wm.Gco. Evcrard Webber p 23 Nov. 52 
Fra. Cunningham Scott ;• 24 Nov. 52 



P 12 July 33 
P 6 Mar. 40 
p 5 Nov. 41 

15 Apr. 42 I 
P 5 Sept. 43 I 

25 Oct. 44 

6 Dec. 44 | 

P17 Oct. 51 

8 June 52 

P23 July 52 



9 Nov. 46 
11 Nov. 51 



Paymaster.— J . Whcatley, 12 Oct. 38; Ens. A: .Idjiifanf, 20 July, 32; Li 

3 Apr. 35. 
Ai{jntant. — Lieut. John Dr>-8dalc, 25 June 52. 
Quarter-. Vaster. — 15-1 Edward Paton, IJ) June 40. 

6'Mryeon.— John (;ille»i<ie Woo<l, M.D., 10 Dec. 47 ; A.^ist.-Sur<j. 11 Jan. 
Auittant-Surgeon. — ^^■m. .Mure Miiir, M.D., 22 Nov. 42. 

Facintjs Blue. — .iijeuts, Messrs. Cox k Co. 
[Returned from North America, June 18.J2.] 



Sir J»mM DouglM accompanied Ihu Expodlllon lo South America under Gen. Craufurd on tha Quarter- 
iter-Genermri SUff.and wai enrafcd In the attack on Buenot Ayre«. Sub»equentljr In the tame capMity 



MiUtcr-Genermri SUIT, and wai ennajcd , . - ^„„, „,,,,. rt...^„ 

pn,ce*ded to Porlugal with the Km-Ii'Io" unJer Sir Arthur Well«ley : ''"/'"'■•' »f J' "".^f" ^.'•■"•' 
;.tf r-Oenerar. Department on the lun.linR of the armr i •'"1 "" P'"*'" »» "'« ''f "i^* "' '*°'«''' \"".'*." 
1 forunna Joined ihe PorluKueM) aniir with the command of a Regiment In l»oO : w«« prwcnt at th< 
;..ace of the !)ouro, and battle, of Du.aco. Kuente. .rOnor, Salamanca, und tl.« Pyrenec. (wounded) ; aft. 
thich he obuined command of the 7th Portugue»e BriKade.and 



Nire OrthtJ and ToulouM (twice wounded, occa»ioning iho lou of a leg). Sir JamM 
Cold Cross and three Claipi for Buaaco, Salamanca, Pyreuec*, NWelle, Xlre, Orthei, and 



manded It In the battle* of the Ni 

ha* rcceircd tho 
Toulouse. 



Years' Serv 



194 4:Srd ( The Monmouthshire) RegL of Foot. [^'"^l/^^D^^oJatSiemo^e!' 
{Light Infantry.) 

"VIMIERA" — "CORUNNA" — "BUSACO"— "FUENTES D'ONOR" — "CIUDAD 
RODRIGO"—«BADAJOZ" — "SALAMANCA" — "VITtORIA"—" NIVELLE"— 
" NI VE "— " TOULOUSE "— " PENINSULA." 
Colonel. 
1^ James Fergusson." CB. Ens. 20 Aug. 01 ; Lieut. 9 Feb. 04 ; Ca^jif. 1 Dec. 06 ; 
Major,^ Dec. 12; Lieut.-Col. 16 May, 14; Col. 22 July 30; Mc^or-Gen. 
23 Nov. 41 ; Lieut. -Gen. 11 Nov. 51 ; Col. 43rd Foot, 26 March, 50. 
Lieut. -Colonel. 
Henry Skipwith, Ens. P 24 Oct. 34 ; Lieut, p 25 Jan. 39 ; Capt. p 5 Aug. 42; 
Major, P 28 Feb. 51 ; Lieut.-Col. P17 Oct. 51. 
S-^ Majors.—^ William Fraser,2^w5. 8 April, 13 ; Lieut. 19 Jan. 14 ; Ca;;^. p9 Dec. 
24; Brev.-Maj. 28 June, 38; Mnj. 7 May, 41 ; Brev.-Lt.-Col. 11 Nov. 51. 
Robert Newton Phillips, Ens. p27 May 36 ; Lieut, p 2 Oct. 40; Capt. p 12 Jan. 
44; Major, vn Oct. 61. 



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ENSIGN. 



2 Feb. 26 
17 Jan. 40 

6 Jan. 37 
P 3 July 40 
Pll Sept. 40 
P 3 Aug. 41 
P 7 Sept. 41 
P 6 Mar. 40 

6 June 45 
[•24 001. 45 



Captains, 

George Talbot, * 

Hon. P. Egerton Herbert 
James Maurice Primrose 
Dawson Cornelius Greene 
Fred. Sadleir Bruere . . . 
Richard Henry Weyland 
Fra. Hutchinson Synge • 
Thomas Hugh Cockburn 

William Milnes 

Charles Carew de Morel 

Lieutenants. 
Jfow. Henry Wm. C.WardjP 19 June 46 
Arth. Edw. Val. Ponsonby 26 June 46 
Henry J. Parkin Booth . . j 11 June 47 

Lumley Graham | p 1 3 Aug. 47 

John Francis Girardot . . p 3 Sept. 47 
/Tow.Lewis Watson Millesy 28 Apr. 48 
Hon. Rich. Monck, adj. . . p 2 Mar. 49 
Henry Wilmot, d. adj. . . !p 29 May 49 
Francis George Stapletonl 30 Nov. 49 

Hugh Robinson | p 14 Dec. 49 

FieunesMiddleton Colvile p 14 Aug. 50 

Ensigns. 
Hon. B. Reynolds Pellew 
Charles Reginald Mure . . 

Charles Calvert 

iJo??. Hugh Annesley .. 

James Atty 

Lord E. H. B. G. Cecil 
Henry Basil Houson .... 
Hon. Wm. Henry Herbert 
Robt. ]\Iaxwell Pakenham 



P 9 Sept. 28 

P 7 Sept. 41 

7 May 41 

P 14 Jan. 42 

P21 July 43 

28 Dec. 45 

P 9 June 46 

15 April 42 

25 Apr. 48 

P 29 May 49 

P 9 Aug. 50 
P 9 Aug. 50 
P 9 Aug. 50 
P 28 Feb. 51 
P 28 Feb. 61 
P20 June51 
Pl7 Oct. 61 
P17 Oct. 51 
12 Mar. 52 
6 July 62 
P 23 Nov. 62 



captain. 



BREV.-MAJ. 



9 Nov. 46 



P 3 Apr. 35 

P 19 June 46 

11 Apr. 48 

Pll Dec. 49 

P 9 Aug. 50 

P 28 Feb. 51 

P 17 Oct. 51 

9 Sept. 51 

7 Apr. 62 

P 23 Nov. 52 



2 Lt.-CoV Fraser served in the 
Peninsula and Soulh of Fiance 
with the 92nd, from October 
1818 to the end ol that war in 
1814, and has received the War 
Medal with one clasp for the 
Nive, in which battle he was 
severely wounded. 

3 Lieut. Miiles served the 
Kaffir campaign of 1851 and 
1853. 



P 15 Aug. 50 

P 16 Aug. 50 

P 14 Mar. 51 

P 18 April 51 

P 11 July 51 

P21 Nov. 51 

P22 Nov. 51 

P 11 June 62 

6 July 52 

Lordmch. Howe Browne;:' 23 Nov. 52 

Paymaster.— Uerh&vi Taylor M'Crea, 6 June 51 ; Ens. 2 Aug. 44; Lieut. 17 

Dec. 46. 
Adjutant. — Lieut. Hon. Richard Monck, 6 July 62. 
Quarter-MaMer. — Joseph Denton, 15 Aug. 48. 

Surgeon. — Alexander Barclay, M.D., 13 April 52; Assist.-Surg. 22 Dec. 43. 
Assistant-Surgeons. — John Madden, 2 Oct. 46, 

Robert Browne, 1 March 44. 
Facings White. — Agents, Messrs. Cox & Co, 
Irish Agents, Sir E. R. Borough, St., Armit, & Co. 

1 Lieut.- General Fergusson served the cairraign of 1808-9, including the battles o( Vimiera and Corunna. Expedition to 
Walcheren in 1809. Peninsular campaigns from March 1810 to tile end of that war in 1814, including the passage of the Coa, 
near Almeida, battle of Busaco, actions at Pombal, Redinha, Miranda de Corvo, Foz d'Arouce, and Sabugal ; battle of 
Fuenies d'Onor, sieges and assaults of Ciudad Rodrigo and Uadajoz, battle of Salamanca, action of San Munos, passage of 
the Bidassoa, battle of the Nivelle, battles of the Nive on the 9th, 10th, Uth, 12th and 13th Dec. 1813; and investment 
of Bayonne. Major-Oeneral Fergusson has received five wounds, viz., at Vimiera, slightly ; at the storming of Ciudad 
Rodrigo, severely in the body and slightly in the foot ; at Badajoz, slightly in tlie side by a splinter of a shell in the 
trenches, and in the head at the assault. He has received the gold Medal for Badajoz, as senior surviving Officer of the 
Light Division Storming Party ; and he also served in the Storming Party at Ciudad Rodrigo and at the taking of the out- 
«orks ol tJiat place Fort Reynard. He has also received the silver War Medal with eight Clasps. 



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Colonel. 
lion. Sir Patrick Stuart, OCMQ. Cornet k Sub-Lieut. 20 Sept. 03 ; Lieut. 
June, 94; Cfl/)/. 12 April, 1)6 ; Major, \ Pub. 03 ; Z,i>m/.-Co/. 25 Sept. OO ; 
Co/. 4 June, 14; Major-Gen. H) Jiilv, 21; Lieut.-Gen. 10 Jan. 37; Gen. 
11 Nov. 51 ; Col. 44th Rcgt. 7 April, 43. 
Lieut.- Colonel. 
Hon. .\uguitus Almeric Spencer, i'w.*. 8 Apr. 25; Lieut, i' ij Julv, 27; Capt. 
I- G Apr. 31 ; 3f<yor, p 21 July, 43 ; Limt.-Coh 17 May, 45. 

Majors. 
Nathan Smith Gardiner,' Ens. P 23 July 25; Lieut. 18 July 34; Capt.v 26 

Jan. 41 ; Maj. i'24 >'ov. 48. 
Charles William Dunbar Stavelev, Ens. r G Mar. 35 j Lieut. P 4 Oct. 39 ; 

Capt. P C Sept. 44 ; Major, 7 De'c. 50. 



Captains. 
William MacMalion ... 

Robert Feilden 

Andrew Browne 

William Spring 

Fred. Syl<es Daubeney'. 

Bowes Fenwick 

William Faussett 

John Wanen Ulubb . . . 

John Robinson 

John Stanley Howard . 

LlEtTENANTS. 

Astley Greene 

Hon.C. W. Herbert Agar 
George N. Micklethwait^ 

Godfrey Cooper 

Edward O^jle Strcattiild 



V Q Nov. 35 

P 20 Nov. 40 

P30 Apr. 41 

P30 Dec. 20 

20 Nov. 40 

P 29 Jan. 42 

7 July 43 

16 Mar. 38 

20 Oct. 42 

P 13 Oct. m 



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12 






24 Oct. 43 
p 30 Mar. 44 
!■ 10 Feb. 43 
I' 27 June 45 
p 3 Oct. 45 
WllliBin Hy. Mansfield.. If 14 Nov. 45 

Richard Preston p 27 Feb. 40 

Geoive Barchard p 2 Oct. 40 

Fra. Wui. Tii». Caulfeild 17 Jan. 45 

William Fletcher p G Nov. 40 

William Thomas Baker 
Samuel Cooper 



Ensigns. 
Fred. Wm. Gregory, A<1/ 

George Ingham 

Williani Gandy t 

Levett Thoroton 

Hon. Henry Handcock 



7 Jan. 48 
'24 Nov. 48 



28 Feb. 40 

18 Nov. 42 

14 Oct. 42 

P 1 June 32 

P13 May 42 

P12 July 44 

P23 Aug. 44 

8 Mar. 40 

p 22 Dec. 43 

P 26 July 45 

17 May 45 

P27 Feb. 46 
20 Julv 44 
P 2 Apr. 47 
P 10 Dec. 47 
p 28 Apr. 48 
P 24 Nov. 48 
P23 Mar. 49 
10 April 49 
P21 Mar. 51 
p 9 July 52 
P Aug. 52 



BREV.-MAJ. 



17 May 46 
P27 Feb. 4fi 
p 8Sopt.46 

10 Dec. 45 
P28 Apr. 48 
P24 Nov. 48 
P 23 Mar. 49 

20 Oct. 47 

30 Jan. 51 
P3] Jan. 61 



3CBpt. Daubeney lerved wiili 
thc&olli in China (Medal), iind 
was present 81 the e^calade and 
cupture of Chin Kiang Foo, 
wUeie he carried the Repi- 
menial Culuur, which was shot 
in two places. 

4 LI. SlUklethwailc strved 
with the 63rd In the campniun 
on the Suilcj In lb40 (mi-dul), 
und was prL-irnt at Biiddiwal, 
Aliwal, and Sohraon. 

6 Pnymastpr Bcnnelt n-rviil 
the campaign uii tho Suilrj in 
the Uth foot (Mrdol). 



29 Dec. 48 

P21 Mar. 61 

p 18April61 

r 16 May 61 

P 10 Sept. 51 
Richaril FitzRichard Eyre p 17 Aug. 52 
Evan I-drbts M'Bayne . . p 18 Aug. 52 
Bradford Smith Hoskins p 17 Aug. 52 
Wui. Stewart KichardsonI 23 Nov. 52 
i»r/ymflj/cr.— Fra. Levett Bennett ,^2;» Oct. 47; Ens P26JnlyS7; i/.P5July:V. 
.\i{jut(int. — Ensiijn Fred. Williuin Grrgorv, 12 Oct. 52. 
lituirtir-Mustcr.—T\Mtm\» \\ aUh, 27 Oct. 43. 
Surgeon. — Wm. KilnerSwetti iihain, M.D., 140ct.6l ; .(4Ml»f.-5i/r</. !• April 4 1 



Auiftant-burgeont.- 
I 



-James ThoniBon, M.D., 11 Feb. 48. 
John Gibbons, 7 June 50. 



Facingi Yellow. — Agents, Messrs. Cox k. Co. 



\|*Jor Gardiner tcrrcd with the Sjnd throughout tho operation* in Scinde undrr SirCiiaiIrt Napiir, 
. Ung lh« dHiructioo of the Fori uf Imaumghar, battU t uf lleunt-e and llt.k'rtbad i Modal). 



I 



l7^^ttlV^']^5th{TheNottinghamsMre)ReqLofFoot. [Sey'-'tcapeofGd.Hope. 



at Chatham. 



" ROLBIA" — "VliriERA" — "TaLAVERA"— " BUSACO" — " FUENTES D'ONOK"— "ClCDAD RODRIGO"— 

"Badajoz"— "Salamanca"— "ViTTORi A"—" PrRENEES"—" Nivelle"— "Obthes"— 
" Toulouse"—" Peninsula"—" Ava." 



Colonel. 
1^ ffiSa Sir Colin Halkett,' GCB. GCH. Lieut.-Col. 17 Nov. 1803; Col. 1 Jan. 

] 2 ; Major-Gen. 4 June, 14 ; Lt.-Gen. 22 July, 30 ; Gen. 9 Nov. 46 ; Col. 45th 

fiegt. 12 July 47. 
Lieut.-Colonels.—}^Y.Am\xnd. French Boys,- Em. p 17 Nov. 08 ; Lieut. 3 Apr. 10; 

Capt.v^ June 15 ; Major, 3 Feb. 29; Lt.-Col. 21 June 32; Col. 9 Nov. 46. 
Henry Cooper ,» Ens. p 26 Feb. 29; Lieut. p5 Apr. 31 ; Cajit. p 13 Nov. 35 ; 

Major, 10 Sept. 45 ; Lt.-Col. 19 July 48. 
Majors. — Hallam D'Arcy Kyle, Ens. P12 July 33 ; Lieut, p 23 June 37 ; Capt. 

P24 May 39 ; Major, p 7 April 48. 
William R. Preston, Ens. p24 Sept. 29; Lieut. P22 Feb. 33; Capt. p18 Oct. 

39; Major, 19 July 48. 



Captains. 
John Butler Wheatstone 

Henry John Shaw 

Geo. A. L. Blenkinsopp* 
Henry Thomas Vialls^ . . 

1 Robert Bates* 

Henry Woodbine Parish 
Stephen Bilton Gordon,*. 
Robert Jones Garden . . 
Henry Downe GriiBth . . 

Robert Miller 

Lieutenants. 

James M'Crea,* adj 

Rob. Beckford Johnstone 

Henry Leach,* 

George Stacpole Coxon . . 

Trevor Goff * 

Arthur Smyth 

William Fleming^ 

Fred. Robert Grantham* 
George Lament Hobbs . . 
Charles Lewis Griffin 
Robert Graham Howard* 
Dniry Richard Barnes . . 
William Hodnett Rowland 

Ensigns. 
Alexander AValker . . . 
John C. Craigie Halkett.. 

Henry Lucas , 

Thomas Aug. Burrowes 
Henry Safe Willoughby 
John Thomas Egau . . , 
E. Gambler Eliot Atherley 



LIEUT. 



6^ 



11 





6 





18 





8 





1 






1 May 21 
P 23 Mar. 38 
P 4 Sept. 35 
P 25 Dec. 38 

6 June 34 
P 9 Mar. 39 

7 June 39 
21 June 39 
13 June 30 
21 May 42 

23 May 42 

27 May 42 

P 22 July 42 1 

P 29 Mar. 44 

p 25 July 45 

P 9 Dec. 45' 

30 Dec. 45 

p 8 Feb. 46 

29 Jan. 47 

19 Mar. 47 

P23 Apr. 47 

P 7 Apr. 48 

P 2 Aug. 48 

1 Aug. 48 
P 23 Feb. 40 
P 22 June 49 
25 April 51 
P17 June 51 
P13 Dec. 50 
P23 Nov. 52 



captain, brev.-maj. 



31 Mar. 20 
P 7 June 39 
P31 May 39 

20 Nov. 40 
P 25 Dec. 38 

15 Apr, 42 

15 Apr. 42 

P 16 Apr. 42 

6 Apr. 36 

P 29 Mar. 44 

P 30 Aug. 44 

10 Sept. 45 

15 Oct. 45 

29 Jan. 47 

P 7 Apr. 48 

P 1 Aug. 48 

P23 Feb. 49 

P 22 June 49 

P 22 June 49 

P 3 Aug. 49 

P 23 May 51 

P22 Aug. 51 

P 29 Oct. 52 



22 Dec. 



16 Nov. 41 
P 1 Julv 42 
p 29 Mar. 44 
PSOAusr. 44 

15 Oct. 45 
P 6 Feb. 46 

19 July 48 
P 1 Aug. 48 
P20 Oct. 43 
P 29 Oct. 52 



4 Major Blenkinsopp served 
the Kaffir campaign of 1847 ; 
and he commanded the de- 
tachment of the 45th Regiment 
in the action with and defeat of 
the Rebel Boers at Boem Plaats 
(South Africa) 29th Aug. 1848. 

5 Capts. Vialls and Bates, 
Lieuts. Leach, Goff, and Gran- 
tham, Quarter- Mast. FitzGib- 
bori, and Assist.-Surg. Barker 
served the Kaffir campaign of 
1846-7. 



7 Lt. Fleming served the Kaffir campaign of 
1846-7. Present also in the action with tlie 
Insurgent Boers at Boem Plaats. 

8 Lieut. Howard was present in the action 
with the Insurgent Boers at Boem Plaats. 



Paymaster. — Monkhouse Graham Tavlor, 26 Aug. 36; E71S. pIO June, 13; 

Lieut. P 5 Sept. 22. 
Adjutant. — Lieut. James M'Crea,* 22 Jan. 47. 
Quarter-Master.— l.uk.e FitzGibbon,* 15 Oct. 47. 

Surgeon. — Francis Robert Waring,^ 15 Dec. 45 ; Assist.-Surg. 8 May, 35. 
Assist. -Surgeons. — Francis Oliver Barker,* M.D. 14 Feb. 45. 

John Phillips Cunningham, M.D. 13 April 52. 

Facings Green. — Agents, Messrs, Price and Boustead. 

1 Sir Colin Halkett has received the gold cross for Albuhera, Salamanca, Yittoria, and the passage of the 
Nive, and was severely wounded at Waterloo. 

2 Colonel Boys served in the Peninsula from 1809 to 1811, and again from 1813 to the end of the war, 
including the action at Sabugal, and battles of Fuentes d'Onor (wounded), Orthes, and Toulouse 
(wounded). Served also in the Burmese war. 

3 Lieut.-Col. Cooper served the Kaffir campaign of 1846. 
9 Surgeon Waring served the Kaffir campaign of 1847. 



"".'*^Zr"] ^^^^' ( ^^^ ^^^^^^ Devonshire) Regt of Foot. 

"DOMINICA." 



197 



Full 



27 \\^% 



37 



18 I 

17 

14 

19 

13 i 

12 

II . 

11 1 

ill 

12 . 
11 
10 , 

9 
9 



Colonel. 

John, Earl o/ Stair,' KT. Etu. 28 Feb. 1790 ; Lt. 30 April, !)2 ; Capt. 20 April, 

93; Lieut.- Col. G Dec. 98; Col. 25 April, 1808; Afnjor-Gen. 4 June II ; 

Lieut.-Gen. 19 July, 21 : Gen. 28 Juno, 38; Col.\(Mh Rcgiment.SI May, 43. 

Lieutenant-Colonel. 

^ Robert Garrett,' KII. Ens. p 6 March, 1 1 ; Lt. 3 Sept. 12 ; Capt. P 7 July, 14 ; 

M<{jor, P 19 Sept. 2G; Brevet-Lt.Col. 23 Nov. 41 ; Lt.-Col. v 16 May 45. 

Mqjors. 

Alexander Maxwell, ii/i*. P19 June 35; Lieut, v 2d Hec. 38; Capt. p27 Sept. 42; 

Major, P 19 Sept. 48. 
Donald Stuart,' Ens. 2 May 16 ; Lieut. 25 Feb. 20 ; Capt. 1 April 31 ; Brev.- 
^fajor, 9 .\..r. 4r. ; Major, 16 April 52. 



Captains. 
Arthur George Vesey . 

David Fyffe 

.\rthur Wombwell, s. . 
William Henry OToole 
Colin Fred. Campbell 



I Algernon Robert Garrett 1 June 41 
I George Caldwell Dickens, p 27 .May 42 
Horace George Hayes . .|P24 June 42 
Robert William Piper ..I 28 May 42 
WilUam Hardy I p 27 Sept. 42 

LlEl-TENAXTS. I 

HenryFullerSandwith,arf. P30 Oct. 41 
Chas. Robert Shervinton \ 20 May 42 
John Edward Lyons . 
James George Clarke 



P29 May 35 p 25 Aug. 37 
PII June 30 1 2 Apr. 41 
P 5 Apr. 39 jP 29 Oct. 41 
P12 Dec. 341 31 May 39 
1 May 40 1 10 Mar. 42 



I John H. Chambers 



Albert Nichola.* .... 

George Fred. Dallas 

Cha.Somerville .M'Alester 

' Dacre I. Barrett LennardjPSO .Mar. 47 . 

.Charles Edward Eustace j''24 Sept. 471 

[Sir A. H. Dillon, Bart. 19 Oct. 49 

lwilliamReginaldHcsketh!P21 July 48 





P 27 Sept. 42 

21 Apr. 40 
P25 .Nov. 45 
P 11 July 45 
P 8 .May 40 

26 Apr. 44 

6 July 45 

P Nov. 40 

22 Feb. 47 
30 Mar. 47 

Dec. 44 P13 Aug. 47 

PIG .May 45!p28 Apr. 48 

P .Vov.40iPlO Nov. 48 

2 Oct. 49 

3 Jan. 52 



3 Mar. 43 
20 Apr. 44 
31 .May 44 



Thomas Fergus Greer 

EXSIGNS. 

John .Vugustus Fane . . . 

Alfretl Henry Waldy . . . 

i Richar.l Lluellyn 

I Frank John Curtis 

I Charles Walter Stretton 

John Wm. Do Lisle Evans 

Thomas Douglas Forde 
~ 



P 29 May 49 



7 Nov. 51 
P 23 Apr. 52 
p 12 Oct. 52 



t BKEV.-MAJ. 



P 22 July 42 
PIO May 46 
P 8 May 46 
8 Jan. 47 
PI3 Aug. 47 
P 28 Apr. 48 
PII Apr. 51 
P 9 May 51 
P 23 Apr. 52 
p 12 Oct. 52 



3 Major Stuart lerved at th« 
slei;eand capture of KIttoer in 
the East Indiei In Dec. 1824. 

Paymaster Corcoran icrved 
the Coorp campaign in the Eait 
Indie»,wiih the48lh, in 1SS4. 

7 Qr.-Masier3coltock served 
tvith the 4eth at the tiege and 
capture of Klttoor In D*c. 



P 19 Oct. 49 
P 14 Dec. 49 
15 Dec. 49 
P 22 Nov. 50 
P 17 Jan. 51 
P 1 1 June 52 
P 15 Oct 

Nicholas Dunscombe P23 Nov. 52 

Paymaster.— .K\ex\i Corcoran,* 8 July 42 ; Ens. 80 Nov. 38 ; Lt. 8 April 48. 

Adjutant.— Lieut. Henrj- Fuller Sandwith. 10 Jan. 52. 

Quartcr-.Master. — Samuel Scoltock,' 13 .March 40. 

Sunjeon.— Win. Irwm Breslin, .M.D. 2 July, 41 ; Assist. -Surg. 8 .March, 27 ; 

llosp.-Assist. 9 Feb. 20. 
Auistant-Surgeon.—Z(!iyias<l James Franklyn, 19 Oct. 49. 
Facings Yellow. 

Agents, Messrs. Cox A: Co.— Irish Agents, Sir E. R. Roroagh, Bt., Armit, k Co. 
[^Returned from Aorth America, 8 .May 1848.] 
1 Lord Stair w<Tit to Flandcr* in 1704, and lorved on the Continent until the return of lh« Briilth 
irtny, in 17U3. In llctolwr, Iboi, he ar.-oinpanied the KT[>«ditlon to Hanover. 
IfaUnd, and wb» pmcnt at the tifse of Coix-n 
3 Li.ut.-Col. (ixrrvlt »Prve<l in On- IVnin»uli 
• 12 and 13, and wai prt>«<-nt in nil the action., 
•spfctivelv engHgrd from Kucnli^ d'Onnr In J 
Jf rt'coverjr from h;« wounda. He rcccned I" 
ecation the cuiiiinand of the Light Company 
*ing (he only turTiving officer 
h» Pyreneet. He ha< re. 
nd PyrcneM. 



In July, 1807, he went to 

«ilh the nth Divlilon in 1611, and Tith the 4th Diviiioo In 
i-i;i-», and imiiller alfUn In which tli»»e two Uivi'loni were 
I IMl, until the end of 1813, whon he wa. nut to England 
wounds at (he attack of the Font al Salamanca, on wfaich 
f thf Quren't and fome Artillery devolved upon blin, ha 
f the column he attacked wlih; and be wB» ogiiln severely wounded In 
ed the War Medal wlih four clasps for Fuenles d Unor. Salamanca, Vlttoria, 



t u 



Emb. forCorfu.T 
8 Feb. 51. J 



56 



Pay. 
25 
19 



2 
Fac 



47fh ( The Lancashire) Regf, of Foot. ["^XotlfLYme/ck.". 

"TARIFA — "VITTORU"— "ST. SEBASTIAN"— " PENINSULA"— "AV A." 

Colonel. 

P as Thomas Dalmer,' CB., 2rf iiew^. 22 May, 97; if. 12 June 99 j Capt. 

23 Oct. 04 ; Major, 10 Dec. 07 ; Lieut. -Col. 17 Aug. 12; Col. 22 July 30; 

Major- Gen. 28 June 38; Lt.-Gen. 11 Nov. 51 ; Col. 47th Regt. 16 April 47. 
Z:jeMi;.-CoZo?ie?.— William O'Grady 'Rd\y,Ens. ri7June, 28; Z,2«<f . p 19 July, 

31 ; Capt. P25 Apr. 34; Major, v 19 May, 46; Lieut.-Col. f 27 Dec. 50. 
Majors. — Richard T. Farren, Em. 30 May 34; Lieut. 31 Jan. 40; Capt. 

3 Jan. 45; Major, p27 Dec. 50. 
Charles F. Fordyce, Ens. 17 Feb. 38; Lieut. 3 July 40; Capt. p 30 Jan. 46; 

Major, P 12 Oct. 52. 



Captains. 

John Lardner^ 

James Villiers 

Robert William Lowry . 
Henry Call Lodder . . . 
Henry Meade Hamilton 
John Henry Lowndes . 

Jesse Lloyd 

Chas. Courtenay Villiers 

Wm. Fred. Aug. Rooke 

George Wm. Armit . . . 

Lieutenants. 

Frederick Estwiek 

Geo.C.Drummonrt Nangle 
Thomas Roper, d.pm. .. 

Charles Elgee 

Nathaniel George Philips 
Thomas Wm.AYolioeombt 
Chas. Aldersey Stevenson 
Richard George Ellison. . 
FitzWilliam Fred. Huntei 
Sampson Pilkington adj. 
Thomas Law Roberts . . 
James Armar Lowry .... 
George Shirley Maxwell. . 

Ensigns. 
Henry James Buchanan 
Ho7i. Bernard M. Ward 
John Sherwood Gaynor. . 
Charles Finnerty, d. adj. 
John Jas. Chas. Irby .... 

Thomas Palmer 

Henry Bowles Geo. Stokes 
Grainville Waddilove. . . • 
Paymaster.- 
Adjutant 



ENSIGN. 



LIEUT. I CAPTAIN. 



5 Sept. 22 
P31 Dec. 39 
P29 Dec. 40 
P 15 Jan. 41 
P 9 Aug. 39 
p 13 July 4i 
3 Dec. 41 
P 12 May 43 
P 23 Aug. 44 
29 Jan. 46 



12 July 25 2 June 40 
P24 Sept. 41 P24 Dec. 47 

12 May 43 P 18 Feb. 48 
P 19 Apr. 44 1 P 19 Sept. 48 
P 26 Oct. 4i!pii May 49 
3 Jan. 45 p 4 Sept. 49 
P17 Mar. 43 p22 Feb. 60 
p 30 Jan. 46 p27 Dec. 50 
p 13 July 47 P 24 Jan. 61 
P24 Dec. 47 P12 Oct. 52 



BREY.-MAJ. 



p 22 Feb. 39 8 Oct. 41 
P 10 May 44 PR June 47 
P 30 Jan. 46 :P 24 Dec. 47 

14 Apr. 46 1 P 18 Feb. 48 
P19 May 46!p21 July 48 
PI3 July 47 I P 11 May 49 
P25 Dec. 47JP19 A)ir. 50 
P 18 Feb. 48 P14 JuneSO 
P21 July 48|P14 JuneSO 

3 Jan. 45 1 25 Oct. 50 
P 19 Sept. 4« j P 27 Dec. 60 
P 18 Sept. 491? 5 Dec. 61 

19 Oct. 49 P12 Get, 52 



P 14 June 50 
12 July 50 
15 Oct. 50 
25 Oct. 5U 
P 17 Jan. 61 
p 14 Feb. 51 
P23 Jan. 52 
p 23 Nov. 52 
—Willibm Armit Eyre, 1 i:ept. 48 ; E?ts. V21 May 41 ; i^Pl Nov. 42. 
Lie^tt. Sampson Pilkington, 25 Oct. 50. 
Quarter-Master. — William M'lntosh, 25 Sept. 46. 

Surg.— liohert Battersby, 2 July, 41 ; A.-Snr. 28 Sept. 26; Hos.-A. 22 Dec. 25. 
Assistant- Surgeons. — George Saundtrs, 16 Dec. 45. 

Lawrence Mackenzie, 9 Sept. 51. 
ngs Wluic— Agents, Messrs. Cox & Co.— Irish Agents, Sir E. R. Borough, Bt. 
Armit, & Co. 



1 Lieut.- General Dalnier'; 
Heidir, 27th August, and th 
in 1600. Egyptian cainpaic 
Hanover in 1^05 ; and that to Copenhagen 
the eapiure ol the Danish fleet. Expedii 
quentli reen.bariied at C oiumia. Pennsular campaipn 

de Ponle, battles of Salan ania (seveiely wounded) and Vitioria Campaign o 

(where his noise «as killed under him), assault and capture of Cambray, and eapture of Paris. Medal forserv 
Egypt ; the gold medal and a clasp for Salamanca and Vitti.ria ; and the silver War Medal and one clasp 
2 M^jor Lardner served in l.he Burmese war frgm Dec. 1824 until peace was proclaimed. 



services:- Expedition to Ostend in K08: to Holland, in 1799, including the notion near the 

subsequent actions of the 22nd and fiih October. Expedition to Ferrol, Vigo Hay, and Cadiz, 

f 1801, iticluU.nB the actions of the 8th, 12ih, 13tb, and 21st of March. Expedition to 

"807. including the operations nhich led to the capitulation of Copenhagen, and 

ludingthe opeiations in the North of Spain: suhse- 

nd 13, including the acticns of El Bodon and Aldea 

ampaign of 1815, including the battle of Waterloo 

>in 



ihad Quarters'] 
Ht Newport. J 



■iSt/i { The NortluimptoHshirc)Rffjt. of Foot. 



199 



DOURO"—"TALAVERA"—"ALBUHEUA"—"BADAJOZ"— "SALAMANCA"— 
" VITTORIA"— " PYRENEES"—" NIVELLE"— " 0RTI1E9"—" TOULOUSE"— 
" PENINSULA." 
Colonel. 
Jfi Sir James Hcurj- Reynott,' KCH. J^/w. 25 Nov. SK) ; Lieut. 14 March, 00; 
Capt.2A March, 04 ; Major, 8 April, 13 ; Lt.-Col. 1 June, 14; Col. 22 July, 
30 ; Mnj.-Gen. 23 Nov. 41 ; Lt.-Gen. 1 : Not. 51 ; Co/. 48lh Foot, 25 Nov. 50. 
Lietit.-Colovel. 
Hon. Arthur Alexander Dalzell, Ens. 29 Apr. 19 ; Lieut, p 5 Feb. 24 ; Capt. P 2 
June, 27 ; M({jor, p5 Jan. 41 ; Lieut.-Col. p23 April, 41 ; Col. 11 Not. 51. 
M(\jor. 
Benjamin Riky, Etu. p9 Nov. 30; Lieut. 30 May, 34; Capt. p8 Sept. 3« ; 
Brevet-Mujor, 11 Nov. 51 ; M({Jor, P20 Fob. 52. 



Twrt'Serr. 


54 


Pull 


Huir 


Pay. 


•••y. 


34 





23 






I C'APTAIXS. 

I George Mowbray Lys' 

I Andrew Green 

' Alfred Au^istus Chapman 

, Frederick West 

ICuni Syke? 

i Fred. Geo. Tho. Deshon 



2 Mar. 28 
12 Jan. 38 



20 Dec. 31 
' 3 Apr. 40 



-Magnus F.Morton Herbert P30 Dec. 45 



20 May 42 p 17 Jan. 45 
nil Aug. 4.3 P 29 Jan. 47 
!p17 Jan. 45 p 2 Apr. 47 
I 29 Dec " " " 



37 



Oliver Muttiiew Latham 

I Robert Blakeney, .« 

EdwardJosephThackwoH* 

LlEUTEXAXTS. 

|Jaraes Mancor 

I Wm. R. Williamson, arf/. 
I William Henry Cairnes.. 
(t , Henry (irattan Bushe .. 
' Richard .^lorgan Hall .. 
I llob. Ed\v.( oote Colthurst 
;John Richard Lovett .. 
(I I Henry William Knight . . 
I HenryGlynneEarleWelby 
I Frederick John Castle 



29 Jan. 47 

P 3 Nov. 46 

2 Sept. 45 

5 July 44 
P 5 Dec. 43 
P 2 Apr. 47 



5 Jan. 41 
P 31 Dec. 47 
P13 Apr. 49 
P 10 Sept. 47 
P 29 Dec. 40 

P 20 July 47 

17 Nov. 48 

3 Aug. 49 



P 28 Sept. 47 P 3 Aug. 49 
P31 Dec. 47 Pll Dec. 49 
P2<; May 48 p 28 Dec. 49 
P28 Nov. 45 P 2 Mar. 47 



13 Oct. 48 
P 13 Ai.r. 49 

30 Mar. 49 
P 18 Apr. 45 
P21 Aug. 49 
P 1 8 Sept. 49 



Horatio Nelson Kippen 
j Bachc Harpur Heathcote 
I Fra. Constantine Trent . . 
Expioxj. ! 

\ John Bcdingfeld , P 14 Dec. 49 

O ' Henry R. Hoghton Gale p 15 Feb. 6U 

Charles IVrrott Noel 

Hon. R. John Han«lcock 

I Edwartl Fcneran 

J Edmund tiarland Home 
.Arthur Gvoryc Wyse. . 



P 2 Aug. 50 
I- 6 Dec. 50 
P 7 Mar. 51 
20 Apr. 49 
P20 Feb. .ri 
p 2 Apr. 52 



CAPTAIN. 



BREVET- 
MAJOR. 



19 Dec. 45 
P 2 Apr. 47 
P13 Apr. 49 
P 3 Aug. 49 
p 28 Dec. 49 
30 Nov. 49 
P 2 Aug. 50 
P 20 Feb. 62 
P 2 Apr. 52 
P 2 Apr. 52) 



2 Capt. Ly«, and Payrauter 
M'Mullcn wer« present at the 
attack and capture of Coor; , 
in the Ea»t Indies, in April, 
1834. 



4 Capt. Tliackwell served u Aldc-de-Cimp 
to Sir Joseph Thackwell in the lecond Seikh 
campaign, and was present at the battles of 
Cnilliannallah and Gonjerat, and in tho action 
of Saduoluporp, where the army of ShereSinf^li 
was rcpuUod with grrat loss by a small British 
detachment (Medal and Clasps). 

5 Ur. Youns served In Africa front I8J4 to 
\Si7 inclusive, and wa^ present at the battle 
of Doodwa, airainst the Ashantees, 7 Aug. 'id. 



P17 May ."iO 
PIO Aug. 50 
P14 .Mar. 61 
P12 Dec. .-.1 

1 (» Arthur Gvoryc Wyse Pl4May52 

1 t» I Richard Eyre p 17 Dec. 52 

Prtyma-'fcr.— i:<i\vaid M'Midlen,' 15 Oct. .50; Qunrter-Manfer, M Nov. iS. 
in I tA((jntatit. — Z-iri/f. William Robert Williamson, 21 March 51. 
■0 Quarter- Mafler. — J M. Anderson, 15 Oct 60 ; En». 19 Feb, 47 ; Lt. 24 Jan. 50. 
iSiirye'jn.—Juuu-» Young,* M.D. 18 Oct. 39; Atsitt.-Surg. 14 Ane. 24 ; Hotv.- 
; ANvst. 18 May 24. 
1 j !.4MM/.-5Mrj/.— Patrick M'Dcrinott, 2 Jan. 52. 

I I'acingt ViuVi.— Agent, Sir John Kirkland. 

{Returned from Jamaica, March 1847.] 
I Sir James Reyncit (erTcd witli the 62nd on th*- expedition ai^ainst Kerrot In 1800, and was present at 
the action Ixfore that place. Appointed to the QMarler-Master-Oenprars stalT upon the army enterinf 
Spain ill v.*. !«"«; I'Tf-.Tit at I.ii.'.., I'l- nlTjIr* .ii .i t!,. r.:r.-.it t > f.ininn.i. aii.l :i!'i> at the battle of 
Cnrn- "' " ' ; "' ' ■ - , ,., . pri,„nt at the 

a(T^ • II .ml-, balllM of 

T»;.- Ill l^^ll at Uiiw 

ap> 11 - . :tl tlie battle of 

Fuent.- .l-<.,..,r. I! !-,.. r..,- s..\ !h. W ,,r .\I..|.i ^ah f.M.- c I i»|... 

3 Cait. L)«»li'iii M-r\e.l with the i-.'nd in Scinde, and was prMent at the battle of Hyderabad (Medal' 
He served ai»o (lie campaisn in the rkiulliern .Mahralta Couniry In IS44-3, and was present at the invest- 
meal and capture of the Korts of Panulla and P-jwnfhur, as also in the operations against the Ports of 
Munnahur and Muniuntoeh ia tha Southern Consan. o 9 



. ^ , ~. _^^. ,rv, 7,. /'TIT- 7 1 rServ. in the Ionian Islands. 

Ei"b. for Corfu,! ^g^^^ ^ jy^^ PvinCeSS Charlotte of yyales S, |_ Depot at Waterford. 

Or the Hertfordshire) Regt. of Foot. 

■<EGMONT-OP-ZEE"-COPENHAGEN"-"QUEENSTOWN."-"CHINA,""T/(-Tj)rfl-70»!." 

Colonel —B 51® Sir Edward Bowater,' KCH. Ens. 31 Mar. 04; Lt. & C«i)^ 
iriug^ 09TC«i.^ & Lt..Col. 25 July, U; C.L12 0ct.26; J/.y-Ge«. 10 
Jan. 37 ; Lt.-Gen. 9 Nov. 46 ; Col. 49th Foot, 24 Apr. 46. 
Lieu^-CoZoneL-Henry William Adams^CB. Ens. 31 July,23 ; if . p31 Dec. 2o ; 



C«b'*. PIO June,26 ; Maj. P18 Jan. 39 ; Lt.-Col. p13 Mar. 40; Col. 11 Nov. 51 
Tlf^jok— Henry George Hart, Ens. 1 Apr. 29; Lieut. 19 July 32; C^;?^ 

1 Dec. 42 ; Mfl/or,P 15 Dec. 48. ^ „, t^ .o 

Henry Garner Raine;,^ Ens. 12 Apr. 31 ; Lieut. 8 June 33 ; Capt. p 27 Dec. 42 ; 

Major, fiO April 49. 

' T KNSTfiN. LIEUT. CAPTAIN. BREV.-MAJ. 

Captains. 
John Thornton Grant ^ . . 
Charles Thomas PowelP 
Wm. H.Clinton Baddeley'^ 
Charles Stuart Glazbrook 
Lachlan H. G. Maclean'' 
Cha. Philip Jo. Stopford'^ 
James Wells Armstrong- 
Thomas Wliite 

John Hynde King 

Cadwallader Adams .... 
Lieutenants. 
W.DelaPoerBeresford 



28 Apr. 28 
P20 Nov. 35 
Pll Oct. 39 
p 7 Sept. 41 

26 Dec. 34 

P17 Sept. 39 

P 18 Aug. 43 

7 Dec. 15 

25 June 44 
[p 2 Sept. 45 



12 Nov. 30 
P 10 Feb. 37 
P 7 Sept. 41 
P27 Dec. 42 

31 Aug. 38 
P 25 Jan. 41 
p 29 Nov. 44 

25 Aug. 24 
7 July 46 

23 Mar. 47 



24 Feb. 43 
Wm.'whitaker Maitland JP16 May 45 

Herbert Rocke p 23 May 45 

William Bellairs, Grf;-. .. p 8 May 4b 

John Nason 9 May 4G 

James William Dewar . . p 7 July 46 
John Aug. ConoUy, d. pm. 
Faushawe Wm. Gostling 

George Henry Lamb 

Richard D. Aslley, d. adj. 

Arthur Savory Armstrong 
Joshua Walter Bond 

Edward Le Marchant . . 
Ensigns. 

William Watts Corban.. 

Walter Robert Corbet . . 

T. P. St. Geo. Armstrong 

James Molesworth . . . 

William Earle 

George Rochfort 

John Maxwell Macneill 



30 July 42 
15 Dec. 43 

9 June 46 
P 25 Aug. 46 
25 Feb. 48 
15 Dec. 49 
20 Jan. 61 

5 Oct. 38 
14 Oct. 61 

5 Dec. 51 



11 Nov. 61 



P25 Feb. 48 
P23 May 48 
Pl5 Dec. 48 
P 20 Apr. 49 
21 Aug. 49 
23 Nov. 49 



19 Dec. 44 
P 15 Dec. 48 

P 9a A nr 4Ct * Captains Powell and Stopford 

-iW -^Pl- '^■^ sc„ed in the 22nd througho 
P 6 July 49 operations in Scinde under Sir Chas. 
P 4 Sept. 491 Napier, including the battles ol 
n T1 A -T^ ca! Meeanee and Hydrabad (Medal). 
P 1-, Apr. J^^lcapt. Powell was also at the de- 
P 26 Apr. 50, structlnn of the Fort of Iinaumghur. 
P 8 Nov. 50! 6 Capt. Baddeley served with 
Ort To,. ^^ ' the 49th in China (Medal) and was 
ZU J dU. OL present at Amoy, Chusan (2nd cap- 
P 21 Feb. 61} lure), Ningpo, Sego 
p 5 Dec. 51 Woosung, and Chin K 

P 3 Dec. 52' 



Chapo 



unded- 



by 



P 12 Apr. 50 P 3 Dec. 62 fractured the thigh 1 

7 Captain Maclean served with the 49th through, 
out the war with China (medal), and was pre- 
sent at the first taking of Chusan, storm and capture 
of the heights above Canton, attack and capture of 
Amoy, second capture of Chusan, attack and capture 
ot the heights of Chinhae, occupation of Ningpo and 
repulse of the night attack, attack and capture of 
Chapoo, Woosung, and Chin Kiang Too. 



P 12 July 60 
P 22 Nov. 60 
31 Jan. 51 
P 14 Mar. 51 
P17 Oct. 51 
P12 Dec, 51 
p 17 Dec, 62 



Payniaster.-Benry Seymour MichelL^ 9 April 47 ; Ens. p22 MajS5- Liejd. 
Adjutant.-Lieut. William Bellairs, 20 Jan. 61. [22 Mar. 39. 

Quarter-Blaster.— Charles Eraser, 28 Aug. 46 ; E7isign, 4 Sept. 43. 
S'wr^eon.— Jolin Davics, 27 Oct. 48 ; Assist.-surg. 22 Nov. 39. 
Assistant Surge07is.— Henry Beckwith, 3 Nov. 46. r t. . -. , n 

I William Walter Weld, 20 Jan. 43. [Bt., Armit &Co. 

Facings Green.— Agents, Messrs. Cox & Co.— Irish Agents, Sir E. R. Borough, 

1 Sir Edward Bowater served with the 3rd Guards, at the siege and taking of Copenhagen, in 1807 ; and subsequently in 
the Peninsula from Dec. 1808 to Nov. 180U. and again Irom Dec. 1811 in the <■"'! of that war , 
the Douro and takin" of Oporto, battles of Talavera and Salamanca, capture of Madr"' =.^ 

sie-e of San Sebastian, passage of the Bidassoa. and battle of the Nive (Mayor's house; ,.,.,, ,:, Frtw^rd has 

ncludi^ng the battles of Quatre Bras and^Wate.l"" w„„nrl„l at Talavera. and a^am at^\aterloo. St Edward h.-.. 

. ovori. .„.„ „ ^^^ ^^^^ 

Amoy, second capture of Chusan, 



1 1814, including the passage of 
c of Burgos, battle of Vittoria, 
, battle of the Nive (Mayor's house). Served also the campaign of 181S, 
00. Wounded at Talavera, and again at Waterloo. S 
received the War Medal and five clasps for Talavera, Salamanca, Vittoria, Nivelle, and Nive. 

2 Colonel Adams commanded the 18th Koyal Irish in the following operations in Chma ( Medal), 
taking of Chusan, storming and taking the Heights above the city of Canton, capture of 1 
storming and taking the fortified Heights of Chinhae, and capture of the city of Ningpo. , r,,-.,Merf,n 

3 MalrRarney, Captain Grant, and Paymaster Michell, served throughout the whole of the operations m Chma Meda ) 
,„mJ^ncinrw"th the first taking of Chusan, and terminating with the demonstration before Nankm, mcludmg the 
.toTm and cap" re of the heights fbove Canton, attack and capture of Amoy, second capture of Chusan, attack and capture 
of the hethto Chinhae, occupation of Ningpo, repulse of the night attack on Ningpo, attack and capture of the enemy 8 
entrenched camp on the heights of Segoan. attack and capture of Chapoo. Woosung. and Chin Kiang Foo. Capt. Grant 
was wounded at Chin Kiang Foo. 



Held Quarl«n-] 
•I t'reilon. J 



50th ( The Queen's Own) Reyt. of Fo 



201 



Yen 


.S.r,.| 


68 i 


Pay. 


Hay' 


38 


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-'3 


3 


12 





12 


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13 


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12 






' CM., i:ns. 1 Jan. 'Jo; Lt. ItJ Mar. 9.5 ; Capt. 10 Sept. 
; Lt.-Cul. 4 Juiif, 14 ; Col. 10 Jan. 37 : Major-Geu. 



The Sphinx null Ilio words " EGYPT"— " VIMIKRA"-" CORl'WA"—" 

"Virr..Ki.v'-"i'VUi;M:i;s---MVK"-"oitTiiKS"-"i'Kxi.\suLA"- 

•' MOOUKKt '• — •• I KUUZ1>!IAH ••— •• ALIWAL"— "riOIlIlAO.V.' 
Col,nul.—\) Juims Allan,' CU., Jua. 

yi); Mi>j<jr,-20Ju\y, OJ ; 

I) Nov. 4(i ; Col. 67lli I'oot, 11 Oct. 02. 
Lieut. -Colonel. — Henry tdiuund De Uurgli Sidloy, Cornet, 4 May 15- Z^ 

21 1-eb. 22 ; Ctipt. i' 1 1 June, 30; Major, S April, 42 ; Lt.'Col. P28 May 52 ' 
Majors. — lliclmril Wail.ly,'' Ens. 17 Aug. 32; Lt. 4 May 3G; Cr/w/. Itt Nov 

41 ; Major, 14 Icb. o2. 
John Lu.-as Wilton,' Ens. P 13 Mar. 27 ; Lieut. IG Mar. 32 ; Capt. 15 July 45 • 

Major, V 28 May 52. ■^ •' ' 



KNSION. 



,IKUT. 



Captains. . 

John Olaus Mollur lt!Juuu4l'i' 3 IVb. 43 

Henry Edwin Weiirc' ..; 22 Oct. 4ljP22Dec. 43 
HeathlieldJus.rranipton'' [ 4 Aug. 40 v 20 Aug. 41 
Robert Bridges Uellers" j »■ 12 Mar. 41 J P 30 Sept. 42 
Hon. Jaa. Pierce Ma.wvel) p G June 34 p 5 May 37 



CAl'TAIX. I HI 



MAJ. 



M'in. Percival Elgee^ 

Joliu Purcell* 

Edward George Hibbert 
William Bellingliam . . . . 
Herman Ernest Galton.. 

LlEUTE.NAXTS. 

Richard Moore Barnes' 



P27 May 42 ^ 6 Oct 
I 2l)Mar. 44i 7 Feb. 4G 
|P2U Apr. 40 I P GOct. 48 
I 6 Mar. 30 1 P 25 Feb. 42 
> 20 Dec. 44 P 20 Oct. 48 



IP 1 Nov. 42 1 



July 4, 
Walter Devereux Shirley | p 13 Aug. 47 , p 19 April 50 



P 30 Dec. 45 
P2G Muy 48 
P19 Sept. 48 
P G Oct. 48 
P 25Juue 41 
14 Feb. 52 
P 13 April 52 
P 28 May 52 
P 29 Jan. 47 
P 30 July 52 



U Enaign Thorapton Mired th4 
campaign un ttip Sutlej, and w«i 

An.lrew C. Knox Lock . . 1 P 28 Sept. 47 j P 8 jine 49 ^p"r.Hl "*"«";:<. *irL':: 
Richard Towuscnd Gray |'' 18 July 48 | G May 50 w«j wounded by the 
P29 Oct. 47 P 2 Oct. 49 

1 1 Apr. 49 1 P 24 Sept. 50 1 ]^7x in 
V 19 Sept. 48 14 Feb. 52 1 IMedai 
2FeD. 49 I 19 Mar. 52 1 
10 Apr. 49 I P 13 April 52 1 



Charles Cliffe 

Philip L. Tillbrook, adj. 

Tindall Ilebden 

Daniel William Tupper. , 

Raymond Herbert \\hite I . - , 

I WalpoleGeorge Dashwood '' 17 May 50 |P 21 May 52 



plosioo of 

Kun limber a( Feroirtbib, and 

'crely wounded by gr«p« 

riKhc brcait at Sobraon 

ind three Claspi). 



William Henry Mangles 

Rodrk.Maingv Murchison 

,John Hedley'"' i 

( EXSKJXS. 

I Eiiwin Fletcher Foster . . ] 
' John Thompson 



P14 June 50 IP 21 May 
2 i\ov. 50 '. P 28 May 52 ' 
5 Feb. 48 I P 4 April 61 1 

I 



P 23 April 47 
27 Feb. 52 



buttle ut Puiininr (n 

3 Major Wilton cominanded the 

Fort of Loodianali during Uie earlr 

part or the Sutlcj campaign, and waa 

tubsequenlly present with the 50tli in the battle of Ali- 



I <»f the enemy' 



oaaseTtrely I 



Anthony Molloy FaWCCtt P lUApr. 52 the hip, and three severe »»bre 



very levcrely wounded, bavini! received a tbot in 



11 June 5; 



the right i 



I Medal i 



ana khouldvr : Medal and one Clajp. 

6 Capt. Frampton was present in thebaltle of I 
I (Medal), lie served also the campaign on the Sutlej 
CUsps), Including Uic batUci of Mood- 
wbicb last he was ilan- 
arm amputate d. 



n.A. 2 Nov. 26 



- Robert Blackall 

JGeerge William Bunbury p 12 June 
Robert Henry Macfarlune p 13 June 
Win. Theodore Hickman p ;» July 52 ;''"•''"'""•>•;'•.•"'' *""»' 

„ I,,..,,. ,, » , 1 ni- 4 ., Igirously wounded, and had I 

William Montagu Lc'ed:> |P1/ Aug. c»2 | 

j Paymaster. — 
' A({JHtant. — Lieut. Philip Limborch Tillbrook, 21 May 52. 
' Quarter-Master. — Alexander Fair,'= 7 July 48. 
' Surgeon.— .Ku\r. Henry Cowcii," 2 July 41 ; A.S. 29 July 3( 
: .issist.-Sur<j. — John Clay Punes, M.U. U April 47. 

! Facings Blue. — Agent, Charles R. .M'Grigor, Esq. 

[JietumedJ'runi liaxgal, G June 1848. J 
1 M^or-Ocncral Allan wai prp»rnt at the cupli.ru of the Cape of (iiod Hope in 1793, and suhsequentlr 
la liHW, includinx the l«llle of UiuebiTB. Sery.d thu whole of the Mysore campaign of I7U0, iiiciudiuir 
the battle of Malianlly, tiecw and .tonii of Siiinsapatain, for whith he liaa received a ii.edul. Engaged 
in the pursuit an<1 di»p<rjion of the KcjcI Duiideali, and ail his lorces; the nduction and i-ccupatioii of 
Tranqwebor; and the whole i^f tlie soudiurii Pulygur war in IhtKl. Served in the Priiiiitula (roiii 1810 to 
P"«''« "' "'C defence of Cadli, wliere he coniraai.ded a light lallalion and 
if Itia Uc Leon to observe Marshal Soult'a force: he was allerwardi pre»«nt 
louse, for which he has received the 
Uold Medal. 

4 C.pu Weare ierred with the 32nd Hci«. during the flnt tUge oi erations before Moollan In IS^*) (Medal 
and Clasp). 

« fapl. Belleri was prrvnt with the iOth at IHinniax i Medal) »9 Dee. Isu, Served also the campaitu on the SuUri io 
l>tli-< (Medal and three CUup«) Including the battles of Moodkre, Feruleshah, Alloal (wounded) and Sobrauu : in the twa 
last aelluos he acted as Adjutanc. 

; Capt. tlfcce aervcd on th« Sutlej ;Medal and 3 Claapa), at MoodUe, Feroieihah, Aliwal (wounded), and 
Sobraou. 

» Capt. Purcell, with a delarhmrnt of the 40lh, was wn-cked on the Andaman Islandi in Nov. t»44, where 
he reinained for oi daja, sutrerinR (treat privation. He (crvrd on the ^ullej (Midal), and wai at Bud- 
diwal, and seveieljr wounded at Aliwal while Ciirrying the colours. 
Lt. Uames served on the SulleJ (Medal 4: one Cljspi.at Moodkee and Ferorcthuh (severely wounded). 
10 Lieut. Hedlejr served with the 32nd In tlio Pur.Jjub CampalKn of l64e-P, and was present at the 
second sit'gc operations before Mooltan (including the storra and capture «f the ciljr ana surrender of the 
fortress), surniider of the fort and garrison of Cheuiole, ai.d battle uftjoojerat (Medal an<l Ciaspv). 

U' guar.-.Mu>i<-r Fuir served with the 4'llh in the retreat from Cabool, and was taken prisoner at Oun- 
daiiiuck ultei reoiving four wound*. He served with the SOtli at the bailie ol Puiiniar( Medal), and the cam- 
paign on Ihx .-^ullej ( Modal and i I lasps), InrliidlnK llie battle* of Moodkee, Keroivshah, Aliwal, ii bobiaon, 
13 Mr. Cowen served with the tore* employed agauiit ths Kajah of Coorg iu April lb84. 



and the 
end of the war, and was 
was staiioned on Iho beighu 
in ihe actions of Vic Uigorre and Tarbei, and ut the batil< 



'■f Loerv. 10 Juiy isae.j ^ '■"" v •* "-" -""^ ^ »..,.„,,,.,, « ,, ^^^^^^^^.^^j „, |_ me Burmese. 

1 TAe King's Own Light Infantry Regt. 

5 " MINDEN"— " CORUNN A " — " SALAMANCA " — " VITTORIA "— " PYRENEES "— 
I "NIVELLE"—"ORTHES"—" PENINSULA"—" WATERLOO." 

Years'Seri| Coloild. 

I Sir Thomas Willshire, Bart., KCB.' Ensign, 25 June 95 ; Lieut. 5 Sept. 95 ; 
Capt. 28 Aug. 04 ; Major, 21 Sept. 13 3 Lieut.-Col, 4 Dec. 15 ; Col. 10 Jan. 
37 ; Major-Gen. 9 Nov. 46 ; Col. 51st, 26 June 49. 
Lieut. -Colonels.—1^ 5124 Wm. Henry Elliott,^ KH. Ens. p 6 Dee. 09 ; Lt. v 13 Aug. 
12 ; Capt. P9 Nov. 20 ; Maj. p 12 July 31 ; Lt.-Col. p27 June 38j CoZ. 11 Nov. 51. 
Edw. St. Maur, Ens. p 22 June, 15 ; Lieut, p 16 Nov. 20 ; Caiit. p 29 May, 23; 
Major P 1 July, 37; Lt.-Col. 4 July, 45. 
27 Majors.— Arnold Charles Errington, Ens. P 4 Feb. 26 ; Lieut. 13 Sept. 31 ; Capt. 
14 July, 37 ; 3Iajor, P25 July, 45. 
Augustus Thomas Rice, Ens. Pll Oct. 31 ; Lieut. HO Mar. 37 ; Capt. P15 Oct. 
41; J/rt/or, 23 June 52. 



_58 

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Pay. 
44 

38 



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18 





17 





13 





16 





17 


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15 





12 





14 





14 





10 





10 





10 





9 





10 





8 





9 





8 





8 





8 





8 





4 





6 





4 





6 





4 





3 





6 





8 





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5 






Captains. 
Edward Lionel Wolley . . I P29 Dec. 25 
William H. H. Anderson 1 20 Sept. 33 

Hon. David Erskine j p31 July 35 

ChichesterG.Crookshank^l 25 Mar. 36 
Rich. Atherton Ffarington p 3 July 40 
Augustus Henry Irby . . ; p 15 July 37 
DonaldG. Angus Darrochy 22 Mar. 33 
Herbert Russell Manners 28 Aug. 38 
Edward Cecil Singleton p31 Dec. 41 
Henry Fletcher Marston^ j 8 Mar. 39 



LIEUT. 



CAPTAIN. jBREV.-MAJ. 



33 P 31 Dec. 41 , ^ , , 

Qf ' n ^ T A- \ 2 Colonel 

6 June 4o | ElUott embarked 

29 Dec. 381 18 July 48 T:ll°\mXi 
V 23 June 43 p 28 Dec. 49 



4 Jan. 
8 Aug. 
P27 June 38 |p 25 July 45 j 



5 Oct. 41 9 Aug. 50 
'26 Aug. 36 Ip 15 Apr. 42 

7 Jan. 42 I 13 Nov. 46 
'31 Dec. 44, 19 April 52 

8 Aug. 41 j 23 June 52 



15 Nov. 39 

p 23 June 43 

24 June 43 

7 July 43 

P27 Sept. 44 

14 July 43 

P 11 July 45 

6 Dec. 44 

13 June 45 

5 July 45 

4 July 45 

10 Oct. 45 

P 19 Jan. 49 

23 Mar. 47 

20 Jan. 49 

P 25 June 47 

18 Sept. 49 

P 18 Jan. 50 

23 Mar. 47 

25 Nov. 45 

18 May 49 

P 14 June 50 
P17 Sept. 50 
P 15 Oct. 50 



20 May 42 

4 July 46 

do. 

do. 

P 22 July 45 

P 25 July 45 

P 20 July 47 

6 Aug. 47 

18 July 48 

p 19 Jan. 49 

18 May 49 

p 28 Dec. 49 

P 8 Mar. 50 

P 12 July 50 

P 4 Apr. 51 

18 Apr. 51 

P17 Oct. 51 

p 5 Dec. 51 

9 July 52 

9 July 52 

9 July 52 

3 Capt. Darroch s 
during the Rebellii 
the 02nd 



was present at 
the battle of 
Fuentes d'Onor, 
covering the siege 
of Ciudad Ro- 
drigo, second 
siege of Badajoz, 
affair near Val 
Morescn, battle of Salamanca, cap- 
ture of Madrid and the Retire, 
covering the siege of Burgos, re- 
treat into Portugal during which 
operation he served as Aide-de- 
Camp to Col. Mitchell, Slstregt., 
commanding the brigade, and re- 
ceived a contusion on the shoulder 
when in the act of delivering an 
order to an officer in advance. In 
June 1813, he was appointed an 
Aide-de-Camp to Major-General 
Inglis, and was present at the bat- ■ 
ties of the Pyrenees, 30th and 31st 
July— received a flesh wound, and 
had a horse killed ; action at Lesaca. 
passage of the Adour, battle of Ni- 
vclle, atuck of the heights of St 
Pe, and battle of Orthes. Ap- 
pointed Major of Brigade to the Is' 
Brigade, 7th division, and served 
as such until the end of that war. 
Served also the campaign of 1816 
including the battle of Waterloo 
capture of Cambray, and capitula 
tion of Paris. He has received Ihi 
War Medal and five clasps. 



Lieutenants. j 

John Henry Dickson j 

James Wm. Mansfield . . 

Robert Neville 

Samuel Alexander Madden 
Geo. Warburton Drought 
John George Don Marshall 
Henry Bruen Westropp . . 
Wm. Lemp. Fred Sheaffe 
Samuel George Carter . . 
Archibald Robertson. . . . 

R. Gordon Sanders Mason 

Edward O'Callaghan .... 

William James Baillie . . 

Richard Piliner* 

Stewart Alex. Cleeve,«rf;. 

John Anderson 

F. Charlesworth Kennedy 

Robert Coke Glover . . . 

John Frederick Trydell . 

Charles Sergison Nott . 

Samuel Tomyns Sargent 
Ensigns. 

Fred. Edward Medhurst 

Arthur G. Evelyn Morley 

William Agg c . . . 

Henry Reveley Mitford.. 

Henry Trafford TraflFord 

Charles Acton 

Arthur Percy Kerr . . . 

Hen. R. De Anyeis Willis 

James Clarke ! 10 July 52 minor 

Charles Goddard ' 23 Nov. 52 i ^hyu. 

Paymaster. — Hugh Somerville Sawyer Burney, 31 July, 46; Ens. P29 Dec. 3c 

Adjutant. — Lieut. Stewart Alexander Cleeve,'30 March 49, {Lt. P 14 June, 3! 

Quarter-Master.— Uobevt Sliean, 20 Aug. 44. 

Surgeon. — George Stewart Beatson, M.D., 28 Aug. 46; Assist.-Surg, 13 July 3 

Assist.-Surgeons. — George Cunninghame Meikleham, 16 June, 43. 
William Abbott Anderson, 28 Feb. 45. 
Thomas Crawford, M.D. 18 Feb. 48. 
Facings Blue. — Agent, A. Laurie, Esq. 

1 Sir Thomas Willshire served with the 38th in the West Indies from August 1797 to August 1800; the campaign 
1808 9, including the battles of Roleia and Vimiera, retreat to, and battle of, Coruntia. Accompanied the expedition 
Walcheren in 1809. Served afterwards in the Peninsula, from June 1812 to the end of that war in 1814; commanded i 
light company at the battle of Salamanca (twice wounded), on the retreat from Burgos and action at Villa Muriel, the 
tion of Osma, battle of Viltoria, first assault of San Sebastian, also second assault and capture, when he received the bre 
rank of Major. Commanded a brigade of light companies at the passage of Bidassoa, battle of Nivelle, and battles of 
Nive on the 8tb, 10th, and Uth Dec, 1813, forwhicb services he«?ft9 in 1815 appointed Brevet Lieut.-Colonel. Repul . 

[For continuRtion of Note 1, see following pi 



i with the Royals in Canad 
1S37-8. He served also wit 
the Sutlej (medal), an 



the campaign c 
IS wounded at Ferozeshah. 

4 Capt. Marston served with the 41st Regt. It 

Pl8 Apr. 5] I campaign of 1812 in Aflghanistan, and was present i 

•^1 Alnv 4^q 'the engagements with the enemy on the 28th April 

Ol Jidl. 'iJljijj Pisheen Valley; in that of the 29th May m. 

P 12 Dec. 5ljCandahar, 30th Aug. at Goaine, 5th Sept. bcfo 

P14 May 52 Chuznce, occupation and destruction of that forlre 

' and of Caboot, expedition into Kohir.tan, storm, ca 

urc, and destruction of Istaiiff, and in the vario 

(fairs in and between the Bolan and ti 

Passes. 



9 July 52 ' 



Ve»r«'Serv. 



5U 



ale* UUUal Ail — • V l.^llCHA — "LAJivun i.1 /v — uuiJAV^u — r u c.x i C3 u Ui>un 
"CIUDAD RODRKlt) "— •• BAUAJOZ" — " SALAMANCA" — " VITHJiilA " — 
" NIVELLK"— " MV»;"— " oKTllES"— •' ToUI.OUrfK"— " PKNINSULA"— 
" WATlillLUU." 
Culuiicl. 
U^^JfiSir Arcliilmlil ^rauluine,' KCU. 71//.*. lU Apr. 04; Lieut. '2i) April, Ui>;Cfijit. 
l'«y ! -••J t)ti-'. 04; Mnjor, 4 Oct. lH ; Lieiit.-Cul. 'io J.iii. lU; Col.il July 30; 

Mryor-Gen. '->3 Nov. 41 ; Li.-Gen. 11 Nov. 61 ; Co/. oJud F. 8 J'tb. 47. 

' LjVm/.-CWohW.— Cecil William Forester, Jt'/iw. i- 1 Aui,'. 'M ; Lieut. 14 Miiv "iO ; 
0;;J^ I' 4 Dec. 36 ; M<ijor, lU Juii. 46 ; Lt.-Col. vii Au-. 51. 
j M({jors.—Geov^c Campbell, Ens. P 13 Mar. 35; Lieut. 21 Dec. 38 ; Cupt. p26 
I Jan. 41 ; Major, v-n May 50. 

! Cliurles James Conway Mills, Ens. ""JG Dec. 34; Lieut. P iS Aug. 38 ; dipt. 
\ P 'Jo June 41 ; Miyor, f2i Aug. 51. 







ENSIliXS. 



CAPTAIN. 



CAPTAINS. I — • I "iEL^ 

'Joshua Allen Viijors p 1!» Sept. "JtilP 17 Sept. -20 jp 10 Oct. 3e 

CharlesAlbert Denison,* lP2'2Scpt.37|P 11 May 3!) PJGOct. 41 

'William Corbolt iP'23 Nov. 38 p 31 Jan. 40 

; John Hen. Fraser Stewart p 15 Jan. 41 p 2 Feb. 44 



P25 June 41 

15 Apr. 4-2 j 
P 2 Sept. 42 



IG Dec. 45 
6 Feb. 4(i 
1 May 46 



Maxwell Du Pre Stronge 

1 Hugh .Montgom. Archdall 

.\rthur Lennox I'eel .... 

James Jobnes Bourchier ip28 June 44 :P 13 July 47 

Hon. Ernest Geo. Curzon 'p 13 Dec. 44 jp 18 Feb. 48 

Charles Comwallis Ross..!? Id Dec. 45 p 25 Feb. 48 

Lieutenants. | | 

George Charles Synge . . I p 10 Jan. 4fi ; p 14 Apr. 48 
George Parker HeathcotejP 1 May 46 p18 Aug. 48 
1 Chiilley Downes Coote . . p 3 Sept. 47 | p 24 Sept. 50 
Carisbrooke James Lyon p 18 Feb. 48 ' p 24 Fib. 61 
Hon. D.John Monaou . . p 16 June 48 |p22 Aug. 61 
Cecil Lennox Vee\, adj.. p 1 Aug. 48 p 23 July 62 

Hon. Henry Flower !p 18 Aug. 48 ' p 6 Aug. 52 

15 Oct. 5-2 



Charles Kenrick Crosse 
.Augustus Ta|)pi Gervis 
Fred. Albert Champion 
John Arthur Bayley .. 

ENSIUNti. 

Walter Jame& Stopford 

George Hallam 

Charles Henry Bullock . 

William Robert Moorsom"' 17 .^ug. 62 

Arthur Henley jP 14 May 62 

Geo.HerbertWindsorClive>'21 Sept. 62 
Lord WalierC.M.D.Scottjp 23 Nov. 52 
.Arthur James Freuiautle 10 Dec. 52 



12 July 50 
. iPl5 Oct. 50 
.| 31 Jan. 51 
.IP 14 Mar, 51 

.'piGSept. 51 
.'p 12 Dec. 51 
. P 10 Apr. 52 



P 5 Nov. 52 
P 12 Nov. 52 
P 17 Dec. 62 



UKE\ 



MAJ. 



11 Nov. 61 



PlO June 40 
P 10 June 48 
P21 May 60 
P 24 Jan. 61 
P22 Aug. 61 
P 15 Oct. 52 
p 1 2 Nov. 62 
P17 Dec. 62 



i Paymaiirr Dickson ifried Id 
Uie PeniDsulm froni April 1813 lo th* 
cluie uftbat war, and wa* prflt'DlaC 
(De tecunrl tietfc or Tarraiona, action 
al Onlal, anil invotnicnc of Barce- 
Inna. Served t Tuughout th*. wliotv 
u' the Burcut'ie war, tor >«hicb he 
has received the Medal. AUu in 
Aa«hanisian in 1341 and 4i. and 
t.a> received the Medal for tbe 
latter. 



/.lVl<^27 Jaii.l4. 



Payin(Uter.—}fi Francis Dickson,»26 July, 27 ; J?/w. 12 .Mar. 1 

A({jutnnt. — Lieut. Cecil Lennox Peel, 23 July 52. 

Quarter-Muster. — William Knott, 25 Feb. 45. 

ifMrj/eou.— Wm.Cruickshank, M.D. OJan. 43 ; Assist.-Sxtrg.b Nov. 20; Hosjj.- 

Auitt. 22 Nov. 27. 
Auistant-Surgeon. — Raphael Woolman Read, 31 May, 41. 
Fuciittjt BuJl".— yij/e/i/, Cliurles R. .MMJregor, Esq.— /m/i Agents.—Sir E. R. 
Borough, Lt. Arniii i: Co. 
[Returned Jruiii Ciinnda \ith August, \M1 .'\ 

I sir Archibald Maclalu(°> Mmm i-Myaore rampaifn of I7W ajalnil Tlpp-xi Sulun, Including the taaltif ot Uallavrll^, 
■e» and ttoTiBlivc at Srriatatxtam. where be rKciTrd inrrc •ound». fri>in the cITrcti of labich he wat cnnB cd in I otpilal fut 
,.„.'. . ( • >'»f I • : ." ' ' !■"- liai ill irlUcmrnt of Tranijurtiai, and ihr Folyfar »ar in IMI, iiic'idinii ilir baiUr ol 
rd, . 1 oa>»nundrd. Maniatta »ar i.f 1801. S. and 4. afatnat Sc.ndia. Il'lkar. aod tnr 

It,,, I. iirxr and >t"miax III Ua«ilihur. iiCK of A>tccribur(auun<lrd 



Arc 

\*trx 

redoubt .lic^;..' 
Archibald, tbrn a 
of the f n«rer uadi 
Tboioaa Graham, 



1. iicje and it'.miof ol lia«il(hur. •if«« of Attccrgbur 

!.-c of •rirrr woumli rccri»rd In the dllTrrrnt action, from I7W tn IB''4. Proiftou- 
■.i.c drfrnrc of t adu. the defence of Malaaorda Ian ouiaork of Cadi/, and a ruloeU 
. rneniyl, from nod February to JJnd Aplll 1810, during •hlch Ion* (-eriod Sir 
(luient. «lth a »ery imall force under hll comliianil. moil gallanlly kepi at ba) 8,000 
inducle»l the »lege, and did not ruaeuaU unul ordered to do »o by Licui. -(General Sir 
ill .■i;. r l^.ll..l •! » iiiil..]. .. r...lal,., «-. il.. litil. .< Iljrr. .a iUn(erou>l|r 



I tbc attack of tea 



Lorl 

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Uib 



ii.iniicra of 
I'arrra in 

^ appointed 
\ CUapa. 



204L 



Embarked for India 



Yoars' SiTv.! 

49 

lull Ilulf 

Hay. Pay. 
~3» 





I Auk. 44 

" NIEUroRT" 

«• VITTORIA 

■' ALIWAL"- 



] 5Srd ( The Shropshire) Regt, of Foot. 



rServing a 
LPesliawui 

' TOl'KNAY" — " ST. LUCIA" — " TA L A V KRA"— " SALAMANCA"— 
-"PYRENEES"— "NIVELLE" — "TOULOUSE"—" PENINSULA "- 

• SOBRAON." Colonel. 



18 



if 9 ".2 s 
S .5: ^ =5 S ■^, 

V f- =: '11 c 



Ja 312a Fitz Roy James Henry, Lord Raglan,' GCB. Cornet, 9 June, 04 ; X<.3I 
May, 05 ; Copt, b May, 08 ; Moj. 9 June, 11 ; Lieut.-Col. 27 Apr. 12; Col.2l 
Aug. 15 ; Mfij.-Gen.'ii May, 25 ; Lt.-Gen. 28 June,38; Col. 53r(lF. 19 Nov.3C 

Lieut.-Colo7iels.~ Tienry William Breton, iJjis. 16 Mar. 15; Lieut. i'27 July, 20 
Cfipt. p21 July, 25 ; Major p 31 Dec. 28 ; Lt.-Col. i' 11 July 34 ; Col. 9 Nov. 46 

William R.MiinBtickl,^^??!.?. 27 Nov. 35 ; iiew^. p 31 Aug. 38; Cajy^. i'lOFeb.43 
Mrijor, I' 3 Dec. 47 ; Lt.-Col. i' 9 May 51 . 

Mojors.—Ucmy Ilavclock,' CB.,* 2d Lt. 20Jv]y, 15; Lt. P24 0ct.21; Capt.. 
June 38 ; Brcv.- Major, 4 Oct. 42 ; Maj. 30 June 43 ; Brev. Lt.-Col. 30 April 4 

Charles Lempriere,^ Em. p 4 Dec. 35; Lieut, p 12 Oct. 38; Capt. P31 Mar. 43 
;i/r7;or, P 9 May 51^ 



Captains. 
Wm. H. H. Forbes Clarke^ 

Thomas Ffrench' 

George E. Hiliier" 

John M'Neill Walter" .. 
Hon. W. Lcoiiolfl Talbol 
Pat. W. Sydenham Ross 

William Payn'" 

Robert Hunt 

Annesley Paul Gore". . . • 
C.F.Web-'terWedderburnc 

LlEUTKNANTS. 

Thomas Moiibray'^ 

Macartney 1 1 unic Oldfield' 
George Rolxrt Hopkins" 

John Breton''' 

Alex. James Sutlierland'" 
William Hunt Grubbc'". . 

Henry Buck'" 

Hen. Archibald Robertson' 
John Wrn. Follows," adj. 
William George Spiller" 
George Herbert Cox '^ . 
James Winsmore Corfield 
Edward Dyne Fcnton 
Marcus Antonius Waters 
Francis Percival Drought 

Bendyshe Walton'' 

George Newton Fendall 
John Keys Humfrey . . 
John Alexander Dalzcll 

Graham Taylor 

Fred. Richard Solly Flo( 

W. Peel'" (Qr.M.20July,47) 

Henry Helsham 

Ensigns. 

Edward Moore'^ 

Avary Jordan Davern'' 
Wale Rymer Byrne . . 
Donald Harvey Munro 

Thoinas Acton 

Wm. Henry James Clarke 
Cha. Fra. Herbert JJoyd 
Thomas Ciiurles Ffrcncli 



JNSKiN. 



25 Nov. 24 
4 Dec. 17 

14 Dcz. .38 
P31 July 35 
P20 May 42 
p 9 Nov. 38 
P27 May 42 
4 Sept. 40 
P 7 Apr. 43 
P31 May 39 



5 June 40 

26 Nov. 41 
28 Aug. 39 

P 2 Dec. 42 
15 Jan. 41 

27 July 44 

28 July 44 
P 8 Apr. 42 

31 Mar. 46 

23 Aug. 44 

17 A))!-. 42 

28 Aug. 46 

P13 Aug. 47 

P 26 May 48 

P 6 Dec. 44 

P 16 June48li> 

1 1 Dec. 46 

30 Apr. 46 

30 Jan. 47 

10 April 49 

P 21 Aug. 



1 May 26 

26 Apr. 28 

P16 Apr. 41 

3 July 39 
P 26 Jan. 44 
" 2 Sept. 42 
P 12 Jan. 44 

12 Feb. 42 
P 8 Jan. 47 
''26 Jan. 41 



25 Feb. 42 
p 15 Mar. 44 

26 July 44 
26 July 44 
24 May 44 

16 Feb. 46 

22 Feb. 46 

P 8 Aug. 45 

P 4 June 47 

14 Sept. 47 

7 July 43 
P 16 June 48 
p 13 July 49 
P 28 Aug. 49 

30 Nov. 49 

8 Feb. 50 
p 4 May 49 
P]5 June 49 
P 14 Mar. 51 
P 9 Mav 51 
P 8 Aug. 51 



4 Sept. 491 P 22 Aug. 51 
P 14 Mar. 51 p 12 Oct. 52 

19 Mar. 47 
29 Jan. 47 
9 April 49 
19 Nov. 47 
25 July 51 
19 Aug. 51 
P17 Oct. 51 
21 May 52 



29 Sept. 43 
31 Oct. 40 11 Nov. 
19 Mar. 47 
29 Sept. 47 
P14 Apr. 
16 Jan. 
i> 14 Mar. 61 
P 24 Jan. 61 
Pll Sept. 49 
P28 May 52 

2 Lt.-Col. Mansfield lorvi 
with the 53rd in the campali 
un llie Sutii'j in 1846. and w 
present at Buddiwal, Aliwal.ai 
Sobraon, at which lastheacli 
as AicJe-de-Camp to tlie Coi 
mander-ln-Cliief (Medal ai 
cla>ps). Ho commnnded I' 
Regiment in the Punjaub car 
palKii in 184a,and was present 
the battle of Goojeerat (Med 
and Clasp). 

6 Captain Clarke served wl 
the 47th in the Burmese wo 
with the 53rd on the Sut 
(Medal), and was present 
Huddiwal, Aliwal, and Sobra( 
Me has also the Punjaub Med 
10 Capt. Payn, Lis. Hopkl 
Sutherland, Grubbe, Buck, a 
Peel, served in the campaign 
tlie Sutlej (Medal), and wi 
present at Buddiwal, AIlw 
and Sobraon. Capt. Payn, 1 
Grubbe and Buclc served thai 
the Punjaub in 1840, and n 
present at Goojerat (Medal r 
Clasp). 

U Cnpt. Gore served Willi the 

Drng. GuRrdii against the In»urg 

BoerB ill South Africa in lS-161 i 

throughout the Knlllr war of 184 

9 Capt. Walter served throuKhout the Kaffir c 

paign of 18^6-7 aa Adjutant of the noth, and Field Ai 

tant of the Ist Division. Served with the 63rd In 

Punjauh Campaign in 1849, and was present at the 

tie of Goojerat ( Medal and Clasp). 

7 MajorFfrench served with the 20lh in Ch 
(Medal), and was at Cliusan, Ninupo. Choi 
ShanKhai,Woosuni!,ChinKianel''oo.aiidNanl 
Served as a Major of Brigade in the Punj 
CampaiRn in 1849. and was present at the ba 
of Goojerat (Medal and Clas))). 



Paymaster.— V^hxi.^v^nior A Hall, 10 July, 40; Ens. 19 Dec. 11 ; Xi.22 Apr 
A((jutant.— Lieut. John Wm. Follows," 27 May, 46. 
Quarter-Master.— Thomas Marshall, 30 July 52. 
Surqeon.—^ <Amn Dartuell,'* 19 Jan. 44 ; Assist.-Surg. 4 Dec. 3; 



A ssistant-Surr/cons.- 



-James Simpson Grant, M.D. 25 Sept. 46. 
Thomas Bussett Reid, 16 May 61. 
Alexander Macrae, M.D. 6 Nov. 50. 



FacitKjs Rce 

A gents, Mesi 

Cox & Co 








1 Lord Ru'-lan performed the arduous and responsible diity of Aide-dc-Camp and Military Seaeti 
tollis Grace the DuUc of WellinKton throuphout the campaiirns In Spain, Portugal, l<ratice,tinU i^^^^°^ 
2*5!§ and was present at the biittlei 
_ .5 H ^ o Oporto, pursuit of Marshal y 
S^'o-l =5 pursuit of Marshal MasRcim, 1 
•OcW = " ""'' '■BPl'ifC of Ciu'liid liodr 
5 5 .-it" the Retiro, driving the ( 



•J D S C •=> 

«i4 mS 



f Roleia, Viiniera, Talavera,iind Busaco(wounded); the attack and eaptur ] 
II, retreat to the lines of Torres Vedras, occupation of them, operations In 
itleof I'uciitesd'Onor, IstsiegeofBadiijoz, the brilliant afliiirof El Bcdoii.si 
I, Riete 11 ml cii|)ture of Badajoz, battle of Salamanca, capture of Madria i 
from Valladolid to Burgos, siege of that castle, various afif'airs on the reti 
from Burgos to the frontiers of Portugal, advance in 1813, battles of Vittoria and tjie Pyrenees, acUoi 
50 S ,n,n, passage of the Bldassoa, the Nivelle, and the Nive advance in 1814, battles of Ortlies and ou , 
- £- and every other affair which took place; also the battle of Qiiatre Bras, retreat of the 17th June, and ba 1 
I" ?S Waterloo,— severely wounded, right arm amputaled. His Lordship has received the gold ^'''''S" 3" 
t^l clasps for Fuenlcs d'Unor, liiidujoz, Salamnnra Vittoiia, Pyrenees, Nivelle, Nive, OHhes '"''l >.""""• 
2 V .5 apd iiie silver War Medal and live clasps for Roleia, Vimiera, Talavera, Busaco, and Ciudad "olrigo. 

(^For Notes i, 6, 8, 13, 14, 17, 18, 19, see next page. 



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wonl. " MAIl.AHOUT"-" KdY I'T"— " A VA.' 
iii..l.iMJonlon,'( H. Mm. liOol.lKj /.i>i(/.1l Dix 



Sphinx, Willi 111.' 

-pwilllnn. Alo\iii..l.iMJonlon,'( H. Mm. li <M. 114 j /.iVmMI Do.'. 1>4 . 

Vopl. 'i (VI. ttl ; M.ijor, 4 Jiiih' 1:» j Urut.-i'ol. li.'* lUv. U\ ; Col. 'i'i July 

:U»; iWiy..(M»i. V:» Nov. 41 ; /./.-f.Vn. 11 Nov. .M ; lul. MiU »". Ift Autf. /.O. 
i:,r-(\>/<»Mr/. — NVilllmu V.iik.< Moore ,» h'un. i' 1.'. iKv. vJA ; /-)>«/. i' IM Ui«c. iJU ; 

r\i/.M' ID July, :»:»; .Wr^/.-r, I'lKt D.v. 4'J; iJ.-Col, W Nov. .M. 
.V<lfi>tii.- 19 John Normiin/ lum. 'JJulv \'i ; l.irut . l» Nov. li; I'lipi. I) July :W ; 

/*riif/-.1/<y.>r,l» No\. 4(1; Mnjor, '.'M IVIi. 41). 
Arthur St. (IcorKf M. Strpuoy,* Knt, »' 1(1 Mny, lU ; Lt. f JO Nov. a? ; C»pt. 

f la April, 4V; Jirtv.-Miy.a April, 40 i A/»yor, »'» July, 60. _ 

KNKIUN. 



CaI'TAIVK. 

Howlniiil Motna 

HrJou l.ioii.l Smllh 

Alfrnl Hol.,r( M«r«iirv.. 
Liiuno'lot l..l»iir.l \\ooil 
4 M'or){i' ('uiiiinlnu Mlllor 
John ('hnil<i« IllllJoinn 

Fmiuh Imiu,. 

Jniik'h Swclcnhmn* .... 
WillUin l'rt<i>liin<l Hn-ll.. 
Jmniii Sinclnlr ThoniRon 

I.IKCTKNAMTH. 

John S. F. i'owki*. il.pnt. 
Tho». lluMKiTfora I'owill 
l>rl<liiu\ \VillliiMi (lllluni 
VV. i:<l. Kivrnuin O'llrlrn 
lU-nry Kllioit Havly .. .. 
John Trill. I liiiDiink .... 
I'oivvO.Kotlli'liI l.iikf,(i<0 

Arthur Ih.hl../. .«(/ 

Kilwiiiiri'hoiniiH.Shliriicl 
Wni. llill l>iiNM- ClarkK 
John SackMlIf Swiinn .. 
Churh-* Ah'X. 'riioinNou 
lirni»l 1^- I'llhy 

I'^NMUNM. 

Wllllnni IVrnuir lUinitny 

Kilwnril ('lim< 

UolK'r( Haul .Stokwi . . . 
Anil. Itob. (iuv Kv.nil 
T. HIiikMon lioiiNlon . 

Alfrr.l lloUrKtril 

Ilinry John I'linn 

Dilloii Hrilhiini 



Jun. 
IVh. 
Juni 
May 



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)'l(l l)«r. 40 
i"J7 Auk. 41 
i'«'J July 45i 
I' I Apr. 4«J 
i"J.^ No\. 4'J 

i'-M) Dii. 4'J 

i".'IISipl.4;i 

\"iA Oct. 4:i 

(» l)«r. 44 

14 Apr. 40 

7 July 40 

lOOol. 4.% 

10 Oct. 411 

•' :U Div. 47 

•Jl) Juni< 411 

I Juno 41) 

Pill Oil. 41) 

W Oil. 41) 



MltdT. TAI'TAIN. 

• 7 AuK.:).-Ji"J7 Auk. *\ 
" 11) July ill) i':tO Div. 4-.> 

•JOOi't! 40 i".'7 Oft. 4:i 
'•J>J Juni>:»'J: i!4 May 40 

• 1 Apr. 4'J| II Oil. 411 
'MO Div. 4'i\v I) Nov. 411 
' l-J Div. 4:il I' 10 Jan. .M 

I' I'i July ftO 

\t.'> Juni<<'il 

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' H Auk. 4;i 
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111 Juiu< 4(1; 



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i>14 Auk. 41)1 

f:»l Div. 47 I 

I' 'J Mar. 41 » I 

II Oil. 411 

)• I) Nov. 41) 

I' 1 7 Nov. 4H 

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II Nov. .M 

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iiiiinil III llii> Kriiliiii'iit ilr- 

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r<iii||li<<i' nii> woiiiiilixl nl llii 

luilll<'i<r IVroroiliiitMiiKl nlilili 

riiliiliiiiliil liK rrlnliiril ilurlUK 

IliK iiIhIiI «r llio Kl«l. »ii<l ll>» 

iiilliHi «r llin yUliil llr<'. |H4.-, 

mill iliirliiK llii< n>iiiitliiili<r ■>! 

lliii iicllvi' purl of iho rmii- 

imillii iiiilll anvaiiily mKiiiiilnl 

l>; * ||riip<-tliiil III Ili0 I'mi' 

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» r»|ll. RarUlllltni »•• iffrirlf wminilril III III* 

l|M Iff. tnil iII|IiIIt Mil III* li>n tlilr, vhllil rairrlnf 

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7'<jyf/i<M/rr.— Wlllinni Marriott, 'i'i K\t»- M ; /.im. IJ .Iiiik', ttl. 
A<{julant.~l.uut. IVn-y (ioilfr.7 llolllihl l.ako, •.'7 Auk- M. 
(^M<i/7rr-.W<M/<r.— Thoiiia* llipklii, July .v.* ; /wm. 1 Auk- •'>!■ 
A"Mr(/rt»«.— (JcorKO .Murray Wi.|iaii.r, M.D.. 1 Div. 4H ; .Imm/.-.Suij/. Dci\ W. 
Auulanl-Suij/i-on*. — I'rani'la llnnlliiK* liaslrr, M.D., II July, 4o. 
Thoina* M.Mirhiail, M.D.,V4 Oil. 4.'). " 
t-'ociti^t (inrn. 
,1yrM/,( h»rU'» H. M'UriKi'r, \.»i\.— lrii<h Af/rntt, Sir Iv. U. HoroiiKh, tit., Ariiill,.V Co. 

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11* n( rural'i iroiinr. aallon al Artnyn il* Mnlliin, baliU <.r Vlili.cla Mv«i.ly 
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4 Mnjo' l.*inpilrr* M>rT»d In lh» HiillrJ Caiiipaliiii, •nil «M prttrnl Ml lluitillwtl. Alio Ilia I'unjaub In 

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lis, lalwllh III* AriM> ol ih* Null*J, anil «a« tatvi* ly «»uml*il In III* 

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^UiUal anil (laipV 

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•ml «aa pr***nl *l I - 'n,ii<iir* ( M*<lal). AUu ollli Ilia Mril In Ilia i'unjaub iaiii- 

paign In m4P, li. In.! Mi-.l*! ami ri*«p». 

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baiUa ul Uix>J»i^l iMiMai 



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bbth ( The Westmoreland) Regt. of Foot. [^ti^'^D^SraKe'^''- 

" CHINA,"—" The Dragon." 

Colonel. 

^ 512a John Millet Hamerton, CB.' Cornet, 31 Oct. 92 ; Lieuf. 31 Jan. 94 ; 

Capt. 28 Oct. 96 ; Maj. 15 June 04 ; Lieut.-Col. 4 June 11 ; Col. 27 May 25 j 

Maj.-Gen.^O Jan. 37 ; Lieut. -Gen. 9 Nov. 46 ; Col. 55t,h Begt. 17 Dec. 48. 
Lieut.-Colonel.—C\ia.Ties Warren,^ CB. Em. 24 Nov. 14; Lt. 13 Nov. 18; 

Capt. P 1 Aug. 23; Major, 21 Nov. 34 ; Brevet Lt.-Col. 23 Dec. 42 ; Lt.- 

Col. P 25 Nov. 45. 
Majors.—^ Arthur O'Leary,^ Etis. 18 Apr. 11 ; Lieut. 25 Jan. 14 ; Cajit. 27 

Nov. 35 ; Brevet-Maj. 23 Dec. 42 ; Maj. 11 Nov. 45. 
Henry Charles Barnston Daubeney/ CB. Ens. 12 Mar. 29 ; Lt. 9 Aug. 31 ; 

Capt. P28 Oct. 36; Brev.-Maj. 23 Dec. 42; Major, p 25 Nov. 45. 



Captains. 

John Baillie Rose* 

John Coats" 

Hector M'Caskill 

Fred. Amehus Whimper* 
W. Holland L.D. Cuddy' 
Henry Thomas Butler' . . 

George King' 

John George Schaw^ 

Alfred C. Cure 

John Donovan Verner . . 
Lieutenants. 

John Frend,7 d. pm 

Henry Reynolds Werge 
T.Southwell Brown/Z.rtc// 
Augustus Leacock Marsh 

Robert Hume 

Geo. Edw. L. C. Bissett 

John Warren, adj 

William Barnston 

Robert Grigg 

Fred. Cockayne Elton . . 
William Macdonnell .... 

Richard England 

John Ricliard Hume . . . 
Ensigns. 

James Hannay 

Edw. Marcus Ai'mstrong 

FitzHenry Scovell 

George Anthony Morgan 
William Mansel Tayler.. 

Lea Birch 

Thomas Maude Ro-xby . . 
Charles George WingHeld 
Paymaster. 



ensign. 



P 8 Apr. 26 
p 2 Nov. 30 
29 Nov. 27 
P 23 Jan. 35 
P31 May 33 
P 1 Nov. 33 
p 19 Oct. 38 



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18 May 32 

3 June 32 

4 June 32 
P 23 Mar. 38 

27 Nov. 35 
P18 Mar. 36 
P 7 Feb. 40 



p 14 June 39 P15 Dec. 40 

30 July 44 P 9 Apr. 47 

P 24 Sept. 41 P 23 Aug. 44 



P 7 Sept. 38) 
P31 Dee. 39 i 



20 Feb. 41 

8 April 42 

14 Nov.45JP 26 May 48 

P30 Dec. 45 P19 Oct. 49 

P 9 Apr. 47 P30 Nov. 49 

20 Oct. 48 I P 8 Nov. 50 

11 April 49 1 P 7 Feb. 51 

22 Dec. 48 i? 2 Sept. 61 

7 Jan. 48 I P 3 Oct. 48 

P 19 Jan. 49 p 30 April 52 

18 Aug. 48! 26 June 52 



P 18 Sept. 49 
P 19 Oct. 49 



P 17 Aug. 52 
P 26 Nov. 62 



captain. BREV.-MAJ. 



P 7 Feb. 40 
P 10 Apr. 40 
P15 Dec. 40 
P 5 Oct. 41 
P 24 Oct. 45 
11 Nov. 45 
P 6 Nov. 47 
P 19 Jan. 49 
P17 Aug. 63 
P 6 July 52 



11 Nov. 51 
11 Nov. 51 
11 Nov. 61 

6 Nov. 46 



P23 Nov. 49 

P18 Sept. 49 

8 Aug. 61 

P16 Sept. 61 

16 Feb. 60 

26 June 52 

P 26 Nov. 62 

P 17 Dec. 53 

James" Ed ward Boggis, 8 Sept. 46; Ens. P12 July 33 ; i#. P17 Oct. 

[34; Ca;>^ 26 July 44. 



Adjutant. — Lieut. John Warren, 14 May 62. 
Quarter-Master.— iames Wm. Grigg,' 22 June, 39. 

Surgeon. — James McGregor, M.D. 17 Sept. 50, Assist.-Surg. 6 Dec. 39. 
Assist.-Surgeons. — George Edwin Gains, 21 Feb. 61. 
Alfred Crocker, 26 Jan. 44. 
Facings Green. — Agents, Messrs. Barron and Smith. — Irish Agent, J. Atkinson, Esq. 

1 Lieut. -General Hamerton served on the Continent under the Duke of Yorlt, in 1794. Embarked for the West Indies in 
1795 and was at the capture of St. Lucia the foUowing year. Served in Egypt in 180L Commanded the Ist battalion of 
the 44th regt. in Spain ; and the 2nd battalion in the campaign of 1815, and was wounded in the battle of Waterloo 

2 Lt.-Col, Warren served the campaign against the Rajah of Coorg in 1834, and was severely wounded at Saomwar 
Petuh on the 3rd April ; he succeeded to the command uf the Right Wing of the 55th on 
commanded the 55th at Chin Kiang Foo in China (Medal), and was again severely wounded i 
Tartars, two of whom he himself killed. 

3 Major O'Leary served in 1811, 12, and 13, in the Peninsula, including the siege of Ciudad Rodrigo, battle of Sala- 
manca, capture of Madrid, siege of Burgos, and retreat from thence. Served in the Ncpaul war, and was severely wounded 
inUki'ng the heights of Harriapore, 1st March, 1816. Served in the Mahrattawar in 1817 and 18 ; and also in China, at Amoy, 
Chusan, and Chinhae, including the repulse of the night attack ; and was Brigade Major to Colonel P. Craigic at these 
Dlaees and afterwards Brigade Major to the Chusun Field-force from lis formation in Nov. 18*2, under the command of Sir 
James Schoedde until the return of the 65th to England in 1844. He has received the silver War Medal with two clasps for 
Ciudad Rodrigo and Salamanca ; the medal for service in India ; and also the one for China. 

4 Major Daubcncy served the campaign against the Rajah of Coorg in 1834. On the China expedition (Medal) he com- 
manded the Light Company of the 55th at the repulse of the enemy's night attack on Chinhae, and also at Chapoo ; and he 
was Major of Brigade to Sir James Schoedde at Wuosung, Shanghai, and Chin Kiang Foo. 

5 Major Rose served with the 55th, and Captain Whimper with the 98th, at Chin Kiang Foo, in China (Medal). 

6 Major Coats served in China (Medal), at Amoy, Chusan, and Chin Kiang Foo. 

7 MajorCuddy, Captains Butler and King, Lieut. Frend, and Quarter- Master Grigg served in China (Medal), at Amoy, 
Chusan, Chinhae (including repulse of night attack), Chapoo, Woosung, Shanghae, and Chin Kiang Foo. Major Cuddy 
\ru leverely wounded at Chin Kiang Foo whilst leading the advance guard at the escalade of the city. 

B Capt. Schaw served in China (Aicdal), at Amoy, Cbusan, and Chinhae— including repulse pf the night attack. 



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] 56th ( T/ie yVest Essex) Rt. of Foot. 

MoRo" — "Gibraltar" — With the Castleand Ki'ij," Afontis Insir/niaCalpc." 

Culontl.—}^ John Earl o/ Wistinorland,' GCU. GCH., Em. 17 Dec. 03; Lt. 5 

Jan. 04 ; dipt. '^ Mav, 05 ; M<iJ. 20 Dec. 10 ; Lt.-Col. 12 Dec. 1 1 ; Col. 4 June, 

14 ; Mnj.-Gen.i' May, 25 ; Lt.-Gen. 2tJ Ju.iu. 38; Cul. 5(5th Regt. 17 Nov. 42. 
Lieut.-Colonel.—W m. HaMiill Hdeii, Ent. i'31 March 14 ; Lieut. 9 22 Jitne 20 ; 

dipt. P 13 July 23 ; Maj. v 2t) Aug. 20 ; Lt.-Cul. P 10 Aug. 3'J ; Cul. 1 1 Nov. 51 . 
,|/^t,ri. — Nicholas raluior,-' Em. 11 Nov. 13; Lieut. 3 May, 21 ; Capt. V'2G 

.Mav 25 ; Brcv.-Mnj. 26 June 3d ; Maj. 20 Nov. 40 ; Brcv.-Lt.-Col. 1 1 Nov. 61 . 
Souldeu Oakt'ley, Em. >' 2d Jiuic 30 ; Lintt. pO Sept. 30; Capt. p 22 Dec. 43. 

M({}or,vl Pub. 51. 

Captains. 
Arthur William Uyles . . 
Samuel Syme» Co.\ .... 
George William Faty 

Goorje Itaban 

Rich. Walter Lacy ... 

Richard Auderson 

John Jaine* Bull 

Edward Fred. Hare, s. . 
Wm. George Margesson 
Fo.\ Maule Ramsay . . . 

Lieutenants. 
Hugh W. Austin, adj. • 
George Scott Hanson.. 
Ale.'«. George Woodford 

John Pye Pye 

Henry John Tolcher 



17 Nov. 37 \ 15 Apr. 41 p20 Aug. 44 
I 13 Nov. 35 1' 12 June 40 j i' 20 Apr. 44 
\v (i Sept 39 I' 18 Feb. 42 P Feb. 4U 
I 31 Jan. 40 p 30 Dec. 42 ! P 3 Apr. 46 
23 Mar. 32 15 Sept. 37 , 1 May 46 
I 8 Jan. 41 P 7 Apr. 43 p 20 Dec. 46 
' p 8 June 39' P 10 Nov. 41 P29 Dec. 43 

9 Jan. 41 P12 May 43 
P 10 July 41 P 12 Sept. 43 
P18 Feb. 42, P 7 June 44 



28 Jan. 42 P22 Dec. 43 

7 Apr. 43 Ip Feb. 46 
P 2 June 43 p 3 Apr. 46 

'p 20 Aug. 44! 19 May 46 

'P28 Nov. 45,P29 Dec. 46 
William Watkin Bassett |p 6 Feb. 46 |i' 28 Jan. 48 
Francis Henuiker Sykes p 27 Feb. 40 i p 28 Apr. 48 
William Clutterbuck.. .|p 3 Apr. 40 3 Oct. 48 

llugli Flecks ' 1 Ma\ 46 p 15 June 49 

.Morton RoUrt Eden 1 19 May 46!p21 Aug. 49 

Marcell Conrun !p28Jan. 48.Pl20ct. 49 

Robt. Gordon Gumming'! 22 July 42 22 Dec. 45 
Frederick Mares Godden jP27 April 49 p 28 Dec. 49 

' William Clias. Coghlan.. P15 June 49' 

John Martley | July 49 1 3 Lieut. CumminB s€r»ed the Campaign of 

Edwin William Philips.. P 18 Sept. 49 1845-6 on the Sutlrj, with the 9th Regt., and 

8 Oct. 50 'x" received a Medal and two Clasps for Mood- 
18 Mav 49 ''*''' '^*'"**»''*''> •"'' Sobraon. 

P18 April 51 



10 Apr. 49 
8 Nov. 50 
7 Feb. 51 



2 Lt.-Cul. Pahner served the 
campaign of 1814 in Holland, 
includini; the attack upon the 
village of Merzem, 18th Jan., 
also second attack and capture 
2d Feb., will n his regt. captured 
two guns; bombardment of the 
French fleet In theSchel.t, from 
8d to 8th Feb. .\ctively engag- 
ed at Fort Frederick on the 
Scheldt, 22d March, in imped- 
ing the passage ol French line 
(if battle ships to Fort Lillo, for 
the purpose of throwing provi- 
sions and assistance into the 
garrison. Again employed on 
the same duty 25th March 
following. 



William Alex. Godley 
William Whitmore 
Samuel Henrv Harford. 




Richard Jones Hobson p 13 Feb. 52 
I Patrick Alex. Robertson !p17 Aug. 521 

I Paymaster. — Stephen Lawson, Jan. 43 ; Ens. 26 Dec. 34; Lieut. 22 Jan. 39. 
\A(Hjutant.— Lieut. Hugh Whitcliurch Austin, 10 April 49. 
! QMrtrf<'r-.J/fl*f«fr.— William Dougherty, 3 May, 44. 
Surgeon. — Michael Ryan, M.D. 9 Apr. 41 ; Ass'ut.-Surg. 10 June, 25 ; Hasp. 

^Mur. lOMar.25 
Auistant-Surgeoiu. — William Deeble, 27 Oct. 46. 
Joseph Lawson, 9 Aug. 60. 
Facings Purple. — Agents, Messrs. Cox k. Co. 

IrtOo— e. as Aide-de-Cainp to Lieut. -Gciicral Don on the expedition to 

iil-A4jutant-tifni'r.il in Sicily ; on board Admiral Hir J. Duckworth's fleet 

Uaraunrllet, und the di-strucliun uf the Turkish fli-el, lying ofl' the castles ; 

..• at the island of I'rola, und at llic r<pii*»aso of tin- fleet through the 

, t Aljulunl-Opncral with the force under Miijor-fU-neiul WRucho|)0, at 

^. and in the retreat; and >ubM.><]uently in the ai-coml iiitark and 

Majiir-Oeiitrul Sir W. Stewart. In IfeOB, ser»ed in Torlugul m 

iiiiiiundid by Sir .\rlhur WtlKsIey, in the utTair in the Iront of 

,.ri. Ii, Ih 11, .. r.. i .IS (xlra .tiJc-deCunip to l.ord Wellington, 

iirusoon Guards, in the cauipaiun lu For- 

'. adtance to Siinlarim. In bept. ISIS, 

■ aters u( the allii'd armies, under Prince 

und thv i-ampaiun uf IbU in France, In- 

caplure of Truyet, lUTnirs of Monn 



Including the retreat tu I 

on a miaslun as Mil.: 

nb<-iB, in (iirinany. .-' 

[the t4kin;{ uf I angres. tli 



IMaSKis, in front of llnty, defence of Tiuy 
the tiiltwiuent aflair u|>oD the llarce, 

battle of Fan 
>ry at the Co 



four c.a«j.» f.r K 



Il-rtinparle 23rd Feb. ; b.<ltle of Bar-sur- 
-. iMtllcs of Arrii-sur-Aube and of Per* 
ii ritt. A« His Majesty's Kn»<>y Kxtraor- 
r\<d Kith the Austrian army in the campaign 
i.J Mnrceratu. Signed, in conjunction with 
mnded the Au>triun anny, tde Military conTrnlion by wliirh Ibe klpgdom 
- N. relzn. Kinc Ferdinand.' His Lurdsblp bat received the War Medai and 
a, TalaTcra, and Uusaco. 



jf Tolenti 
lun anny. 



208 61th ( The West Middlesex) Regt. of Foot. ["'\^t f,^l[" 

"AI,BUHERA" "VITTORIA" "PYRENEES" "NIVELLE" "nivE" " PENINSULA. 

Colonel. 
\^ WA Henry, Viscount Hardinge,' GCB. Ens. 8 Oct. 1798; iiew^ 25 Mar 

1802 ; Ciqyt. 7 Apr. 04 ; Major, 13 Apr. 09 ; Lieut.-Col. 30 May, 11 ; Col 

19 July, 21 ; Maj.-Gen. 22 July, 30 ; Lieut.-Gen. 23 Nov. 41 j Col. 57tl 

Regt. 31 Aluy, 43. Lieut.-Colonel. 

Thomas Leigh Goldie, Ens. P 13 June 25 ; Lt. v 10 Dec. 25 j Capt. P24 Nov. 28 

M(ijor, P28 Dec. 38; Brev. Lt.-Col. 20 Mar. 40 ; Lieut.-Col. P25 June 47 

Col. 11 Nov. 51. 

Majors. \ 

Thomas Shadforth, Ens. 8 Apr. 25 ; Lieut. PlO Oct. 26; Capt. P 12 Apr. 31;! 

Major, 29 March, 44. 
Thomas Sidney Powell,^ Ensign, p13 May, 26; Lieut. p31 May, 31; Capt. 

P13 Nov. 35; Brev.-Major, 23 July, 39; Major, P21 July, 48; Brev. 

Lt.-Col. 11 Nov. 51. 



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Captains. 

Edward Stanley ^ 

Henry J. Warre, s 

John Auchmuty 

John Alfred Street/ 

William Inglis 

Robert Abraham Logan 

Hector Monro 

Fred. Gordon Steward® . . 
Ciiarles Edmund Law^ . . 

James Stewart 

Lieutenants. 

Loftus Cassidy 

Jason Hassard 

Frederic Percy Lea .... 

Henry Butler 

William Fowler Jones . . 
James Franklyn Bland . . 
Geo. B.Vaughan Arbuckle 
Chas. Wm. St. Clair, adj. 
Gerrard John Forsyth 



ensign. 



8 May 35 
3 Feb. 

17 Nov 

p 29 Nov 

7 Feb. 

26 Oct. 41 

23 Jan. 46 

28 May 42 
P 2 Feb. 44 

29 Jan. 46 

P 9 Nov. 38 

3 Oct. 44 

P 24 Sept. 41 

P 2 Mar. 47 



LIEUT. 



10 June 38 
37 1 June 41 
37 P 6 Mar. 40 
39: P 5 Oct. 41 
40!p31 Dec. 41 



P 3 Mar. 43 
P29Jan. 47 
P 28 June 44 
P 8 May 46 
10 Nov. 48 

11 June 41 

18 May 48 

19 Aug. 43 
P 23 Mar. 49 



CAPTAIN. 



19 Mar. 47 ! p 29 May 49 

PlO Dec. 47 I P 26 Oct!^ 49 

29 Dec. 43 P 17 Oct. 45 

18 July 48 P 24 Jan. 51 

P21 July 48 [P 7 Mar. 51 

George Herman Norman j 24 Nov. 48 p25 Apr. 51 



George Uduey Hague 
William Edward Brown. 
Alex. Lester Copland. . . 

Ensigns. 
Arthur Maxwell Earle . , 
Thomas Nind Woodall . . 
Richard A. K. Hugessen 
Cavendish Venables . . . , 
James Hornby Buller . , 

Wilham Wells Lee , 

Edward Colpoys Johnson 
Joshua Cunliffe Ingham 



M- 8 Aug. 51 
49 1 P 26 Dec. 51 



JREV.-MAJ, 



29 Dec. 45 
P 8 Jan. 47 
P 2 Mar. 47 
7 Jan. 48 
P 26 Oct. 49 
p 7 Mar. 51 
P 25 Apr. 51 
P 9 May 51 
P 26 Dec. 51 
P 12 Oct. 52 



2 Lt.-Col. Powell served as Aide- 

de-Catnpand Persian Interpreter to 

Lord Keane throughout the cam- 

paignof 1K38-9 in Affghanistan, and 

received a medal for Gliuznee. 

Capt. Street served in the USth 

:pedition to the North of 

n 18-12 (Medal), and was 

at the attack and capture 

Kiang Foo, and at Ihelaiul- 



ththe 



P 23 Mar. 49 

10 Apri 
P 14 Dec. 49;P12 Oct. 52 

5 Capt. Law Served with the 9th Lancers i 
P 18 Tan 'M ""Krapaign on the Sutlej in 1846, and was prcs( 
m Q A cV ""^ *'^"'« "f Sobraon (Medal). 

• lO Apr. 5l 6 Capt. Steward served with the 53rd in the 

P 16 May 51 ' P^'Pn 0° 'he Sutlej in 1846, and was present a 
— - - aflfair of Buddiwal, and in the actions of Aliwa 

Sobraon ^Mcdaland Clasps). 



thr 



P19 Aug. 51 



P 23 Jan. 52 

P 14 May 52 

P 15 Mav 52 

P 23 Nov. 52 
Paymaster.— ^la.x'k Matthews, 28 July 43; Ens. 29 May 39 ; Ll. 23 Nov. 40. 
Acyutant. — Lieut. Charles William St. Clair, 20 June 51. 
Quarter-Master. — James Balcombe. 7 Nov. 51. 
Surgeon. — James Dickson, 5 March 47 ; Assist. -Surg. 27 Jan. 43. 
Assistant-Surgeon. — Thomas Clark Brady, 21 May 52. 

FacingsYeno^.—Agents,Mes!^TS.Cox&,Co.— IrishAgents,Mes6vs. Cane & Sons. 
[Returnedfrotn Madras 28 Sept. 46.] 

1 Lord Hardinge served throughout the whole of the Peninsular war, nearly the whole of the time as Deputy Quarter 
Master General of the Portuguese army, and was present at the battles ol Roleia and Vimiera (wounded), retreat to, and 
battle of Corunna, passage of the Douto, battle of Busaco, lines of Torres Vedras, battle of Albuhera, Island 2d sieges of Bada- 
jol, siege and capture ofCiudad Rodrigo, 3d siege of Badajoz, batUi 
luna.the Pyrenees, Nivelle, Nive, and Orthes. Served also the can 
June,— left hand amputated. As Governor General of India he was 
Sobraon. His lordship has received the gold cross and five clasps. 

3 Captain Stanlej has had conferred upon him, by the Queen of Portugal, the Order of the Tower and Sword, for his 
distinguished conduct in action at the City of Oporto, on the 2511 July 1833, when he was severely wounded in the arm. 
Captain Stanley was doing duty with the Scotch Fusiliers attached to the army of Portugal at that time. 



es of Salamanca, Vittoria (severely wounded), Pampe> 
ipaign of 181.5, and was severely wounded at Ligny, 16 
engaged in the battles of IMoodkee, Ferozcshah, and 



t;'':re.^'u7:o.'ri:] 5Sth ( n^ RutUnuhhire) Rcgt. of Foot. [»"ie%\- z IMT': 

" UIBHALTAR"— with the Castle and Ket/, " Montis Insignia C(tlpe."—TUc Sphinx, with 
I the wonis " EGYPT"—" MAiDA"— " SALAMANCA" — " VITrOKIA" — 
V«r.^<Tv. .. PYRENEES"—" NIVELLE"— "ORTIIES"— " PENINSULA." 
5(1 I Colonel. 

P Eilwanl Biicklcv Wvnvard,' CB., Ens. 17 Dec. 03; Lt. k Capt. 7 Jan. 08; 

Brev.-Maj. '2o .>Iarcli,"l3; Capt. k Lt.-Col. '28 April 14 ; Col. 22 July, 30 ; 

Mnjor-Gen. 23 .Nov. 41 ; Lt.-Gen. 11 Nov. 51 ; Col. 58th Regt. 31 Jan. 51. 

£i>M/.-Co/o/i*/.— Robert Henry Wynyard,' CB. Ens.^i> Feb. lU; Lieut, i' 17 

July 23 ; Capt. i' 2().May 2(i; Major, 2.J July 41 ; Lieut.-Col. v 30 Dec. 42. 
l/^or*.— Cvprian Bridge,^ Eus. 8 April, 25; Lieut. p^\ Jan. 28; Capt. i' 10 

Dec. 3Ci; '.V<yor, f 30 Dec. 42. 
Charles Lavallin Nugent, Ens. p21 Aug. 35; Lieut. 4 Feb. 38; Capt. I'lG 
Nov. 41 ; M(\jor, v 18 July 51. 



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C.VPT.\I.\S. 

Geo. Ponsonby Hume .. i'28 June 33 i> 10 Dec. 3G|i'20 Sept. 31) 
Joseph Henry Lave* . . i' 2 .May 34 1 Dec. 37 P20 Mar. 41 
Jonad Pasley Hardy * . . I 29 Sept. 25 , 3 Nov. 26 1 25 June 41 
Andrew Hamilton Russell 18 Jan. 28 23 July 34 p31 Dec. 41 
Wm. Wild Jos. CockcralV 8 Apr. 25 p 22 Apr. 20, 20 July 39 



CAPTAIN. UKi:V.-MAJ. 



ipsou' 



Charles Wm. Tho 
Charles Drcsing . 
William Temple Parratt 
John Alex. Cha. Petley* 
Isaac Rhodes Cooper • . 

Lieutenants. 
Henry C. Balneavis,'a<(;. 
M. Lion West roppi'^t/.p/M. 
Ch.St.J.S.Herbert"<i.ad;. 

George Hyde Page* 

Leslie Jenkins Tliompson 
George Henry Wynyard" 

Horace Fred. Hill 

Thomas John Grant . . . . 
Arthur Cooper 



3 Dec. 3G 
P19 Feb. 36; 
P 5 Sept. 40 ; 
Pl2 Oct. 38/' 20 June 41 
!'23 Apr. 39|i'lG Nov. 41 

7 July 38 P2G Mar. 41 

P 20 Sept. 39; 29 Dec. 42 

P26 Mar. 41 jp27 Jan. 43 

P23 Apr. 41 Pl2 May 43 

17 Sept. 41 I 18 Aug. 47 

3 May 44 | 19 Sept. 48 

20 June 45 i p 2 Mar. 49 

9 May 45! 8 June 49 

P27 May 48 p 14 Dec. 49 



3 May 39,P12 May 43 

2 June 38 1 2 July 45 

9 June 43 P24 Oct. 45 

'p 15 Mar. 50 

P 18 July 51 



Gladwin JohnH. Wynyard 15 Aug. 48 p 15 Mar. 50 

John Hayman Ward p 12 Sept. 48 ' '' 7 June 50 

James Duncan ^p 8 Dec. 48] i* 18 Apr. 51 

William Davies Shipley p 3 Mar. 48, 20 Aug. 49 

Ensigns. | id Li. We»tropp wai present at the deitniction of 



11 Nov. 51 



Uhiawai on the lit Julf IS4i ; at 
the destruction of Arratua'a Pah on 
the I6ih July ; and at the ttormiuf 
of Kawtti't Pah at Ruapekapcka OQ 
the 1 1th Jau. 18-16. Also at the 
attack and repulae of the eneiuf ou 
the acitlemcnt and atockadei of 
Wanganui, laih May, and in the 



John Rae Johnstone 

Sedborough Mayne 

idney Withington 



23 May 48 1 



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I'a Pah on the I6th MaT ; 
la AiKT ±A' iawiii-« Pah at Ohiawai on the 1st July 
I *" ^"6- *° I destruction on the loth Joly; he was also present 
P 18 Jan. 50 the capture of Kawitis Pali on the llth Jan. 1346. 



Inlin Hill r"rn««o P \A A nr ."il Aidrde-Canip to Go»crnor Grey in the »alley of the 

jonn lllll CroSse >- to Apr. Ol „^„ ^^^ ,^^ Horakmr talley during the operations 

Joseph Charles Lake .... PIG Sept. 51 ! m the Somh m the same year. 

Prtym/wrer.— fJTho. Richardson Timbrell,'' 25 Oct. 42 ; Qr.-Matter, 19 Nov. 30. 
.\djutant. — Lieut. Henry Colin Balneavis, 9 July 52. 
Quarter-Master.— WWWkm Moir,'* 15 Oct. 47 

Surgeon— .S.Tl\\\iT Saunders Thomson, M.D. G Aug. 47 ; Assist. -Surg. 19 Oct. 38. 
Assist. -Surgeoiui. — Alexander George .Montgomery, 9 Dec. 45. 
Benjamin Tydd, 25 April 51. 
Facings Black. — Agents, Messrs. Cox i: Co. 
1 LieuL-General Wynytrd terreU with the army in Sicily from 1808 to .March 1810, when lie wat 
■• rerelr woundeJ at the attack on :<anta .Maura, for which he iiibseciueotly obtained the Brevet rank of 
Major ; he was also present and on the unff with the force that o.cupied Ischia and Procida. 

J Lieot. Colonel Wyoyard served with the forre under Col. Itespard in Nrw Zealand from Oct. 1844 until Jan. 1847 in 
ommatMl of the i»ih. and euiered the breach »iUi the stortners in the aasault on Kawiti's Pah, at Hoapekapeka on the 

M. '.r liriJi<- «T>,-J "i."! 'i. '.-lii ihr.. sli. It ilir •Im.Ic ..f ilir ..perations in the North of New Zealand, from April 

• ■' - ■ -■ M Vr Lirul. -Colonel llullne; rooducled a night 

.,11.1 drsltxiyrd ihfir Pall. lie commanded ihe 

r Li. Col. llespard: rr.capturrd a hill si ihe 

I .nr of the •lorroinir parties al ihe assault on 

J T. He was also al the assault and capture of 



srnl at the skirmish at Taitai, Ulta J 
skinnisb in Horokiwi Valley ; prcseni 
lui. r>th May ; and in the action of the 



es in a night attack 
ndrd a detachment 
St ihr aiiark and repulse of 
l»tb July lt47 he directed a 



"i*"! II. Lieut. Ilerben was presc 
OB th« Itih JuBt foUowiBg IB I 



rr action, aasault. and skirmish which took place dunng the operatlona earned on 
. and sobaequenily under Colonel Deapard, agaiusi the insurxent chiefs io the North 

Pah at Ruapckapeka llth Jan. If 4t ; and waa acetrtly wouadad 
the Taller of Halt. 

209 



210 Smh {The 2nd Nottinghamshir e) Regimen t of Foot.[f^^J%^^°^s^^^2L 

"CAPE OF GOOD HOPE" — " CORUNNA" — " JAVA" — "VITTORIA' 
"ST. SEBASTIAN"— "NIV E"— "PEN INSULA"— "BHURTPORE." 
Colonel. 
^ George Augustus Henderson,' KH. KG. Ens. 1 Sept. 93 ; Lieut. 1 Mar. 95; 
CajH. 20 Aug. 01 ; Major, 4 June 13; Lmd.-Col. 12 Apr. 14 j Col. 10 Jan. 
37 ; Major-Gen. 9 Nov. 46; Col. 69th Foot, 27 Apr. 52. 
JLieut.- Colonel. 
i^JP^a Frederick Mainwaring,^ JEns. 5 Apr. 10; Lt. 15 April 13 ; CajJt. 4 Dec. 

28 ; ]\I(ijor, p 27 J una 38 ; Lt.-Col. 4 Sept. 49. 
Majors.— llmvy Hope Graham, Ens. p15 Oct. 29; Lieut, p 7 Sept. 32; Capt. 

V 7 Nov. 34 ; Major, p 14 Apr. 46. 
George Fenton Fletcher Boughey, Ens. Pi Nov. 31 ; Lieut. Pll July, 34; Capt. 
P 1 June, 38 ; Major, p 1 Muy, 46. 



«-ear9'Serv. 


60 


Full 


Half 


Pay. 


Pay. 


40 


3 


24 





22 


•^ 


23 





19 





18 





12 





17 





10 





11 





17 


^'r. 


9 





13 





12 





11 





13 





9 





9 





8 





8 





6 





6 





5 





4 





5 





4 





4 





3 





2 





1 





1 





1 





1 





1 





25 





9 





6 





16 





6 





4 






Captains. 
Arnold E. Burmester. . . . 
Wm. Wynne Lodder. . . . 
Henry William Gordon, s. 
Edward Gamage Byam.. 
RobLTt William Roraer, s. 
Charles Kendal Bushe . . 
MathewPeniiefatherLloyd 
BenjaminGreyMackenzie 
Charles Stuart Baker . , 
Joseph de Montmorency 

Lieutenants. 
George Nevvconien, d.2nn 

James Leyne, d.adj 

John King 



ENSIGN. 



31 Aug. yo 

7 Mar. 34 

28 Aug. 35 
P 25 June 41 
P30 Sept. 36 
P14 Apr. 43 
P30 Dec. 42 

22 Apr. 36 

29 Mar. 44 
P 14 Aug, 40 



5 Feb. 41 P 12 Jan. 44 
20 May 42 1 Oct. 45 
10 July 40 P29 Apr. 42 
Edwyn Fra. B.S.Stanhope' p 12 Apr. 44 15 Oct. 47 
Tho.Wm. John Lloyd, «^{/. 21 Dec. 44 20 Dec. 46 
Edward Fred. Chadwick 10 Oct. 45 p 16 Feb. 49 
Jas. Stanhope Pat. Clarke p 26 Sept. 45 p 23 Mar. 49 
John George Chapman . . [ p 23 Mar. 47 i p 17 May 50 

Henry Kean 29 Oct. 47 Pll April 51 

Fred. Anthony Trevor . .[p 15 Aug. 48i p 10 Feb. 52 
George Tom p 16 Feb. 49] p 8 June 52 



P 7 Mar. 34 
P 5 June 35 
V 14 Aug. 40 
P 23 Aug. 44 
15 Jan. 40 
P 14 Apr. 46 
Pll July 45 
P17 Feb. 38 
P 8 Jan. 47 
P14 Apr. 43 



PIO Nov. 48 1 P 14 Sept. 52 
18 Sept. 49 P 22 Oct. 52 



CAPTAIN. 



!REV.-MA.T, 



P 16 Mar. 38 
P 6 Feb. 41 
P 11 July 45 
P 23 Mar. 49 
P 2 Feb. 49 
Pll May 49 
P 6 July 49 
9 Nov. 49 
P 11 April 51 
P 14 Sept. 52 



3 Captain Mackenzie was picsrnt 
«ith the 50th at the battle of Pun- 
niar29th Dec. 1843 (Medal). 

6 Surgeon Campbell served 
with the 22nd in the campaien 
of Scinde under Sir Charles 
Napier, and was present at the 
destruction of the Fort of 
Imaumghur, and at the battle 
of Meeanee (Medal). He served 
als:) the campaign of 1844 in 
the Southern Mahratta country, 
and was present at the invest- 
ment and storuiin; of Panulla 
and Pownghur. 



James Alfred Caulfield. 

Wm. Hamilton Thompson 
Ensigns. 

Frederick Hacket p 23 Mar. 49 

Montctbrd Spread Morgan P 1 5 Oct. 50 

Richard Michael Williams' p 16 May 61 

Gerrard Calaghan Howe P13 Feb. 52 

Rob. Jefferson Spofforth p 12 Mar. 52 

Isaac Bomford Bomt'ord p 9 July 62 

Edm. Beauclianip Tucker p21 Sept. 52 

Robt. StaveleyShinckwinIP17 Dec. 52 

Paymaster.— 3 o\m Urquhart,'' 1 Feb. 50; 2d Lt. R. Marines, 14 July 28 ; Lt. 
26 May 37 ; Capt. 9 Nov. 46. 

Adjutant. — Lieut. Thomas AAMUiam John Lloyd, 8 Jun^ 49. 

Quarter-Master. —^erxxsivA M' Donald, 20 July 47. [27 Feb. 27. 

Surgeon. — Alexander Campbell,*^ 30 Sept. 42 ; Assist.-Surg. 29 July 80; H.-A. 

Assist.-Siirgeo7is.— Thomas Connor O'Leary, M.B., 6 Aug. 47. 

John Gorringe, M.D., 8 June 49. [B#.,Armit&Co. 

Facings White. — Agents, Messrs. Cox & Co. — Irish Agents, Sir E. R. Borough, 
1 Major-General Henderson in 1795 embarked with the army under Sir Ealph Abercromby destined for 
the West Indies, but violent fevur having broken out on board liis ship the troops disembarked. After- 
wards served in Ireland during the Kebellion in 1798 ; at the Helder in 1799 ; and was present at the first 
landing, and battles of the 19th Sept., 2nd and 6th Oct. Expedition to Kgypt under Sir Ralph Aber- 
cromby in 1801. Landed in Portugal in 1808, and was present at the battle of Viniiera, retreat to, and 
battle of Corunna. Expedition to the Scheldt and siege of Flushing in 1809. Served afterwards in the 
Peninsula from 1811 to the end of that war in 1814, and commanded the Queen's at the battle of 
Toulouse, on which occasion lie received ihe Brevet of Lieut. -Colonel. He has received the War Medal 
with four clasps for Egypt, Vimiera, Corunna, and Toulouse. 

2 Lieut.-Co onel Mainwaring served in the Peninsula from March 1811 to Jan. 1814, including the batlle 
of Fuentes d'Onor, 2nd siege of Badajoz, aflair near Val Moresco, battle of Salamanca, retreat from Burgos, 
capture of Madrid and the Retiro, battles of Vittoria, Pyrenees, and Nivelle. Served also the campaign of 
1813, and was present at the battle of Waterloo. He has received the War Medal with five Clasps. 

4 Captain Urquhart Berved with the Reserve of the Army of the Indus under Brigadier Aaliant at the reduction of 
Fort Munora in Scinde in February 1S39. Debarked with a detachment ot his corps under a brisk lire at Bushier i* 
the Persian Gulf, for the protection of the East India Company's Resident. Was present at nearly all the affiirs in 
China (Medal) fr*m the captiue of Chusan up to the attack on the heights above Canton. In the course of these 
services he commanded a Company specially selected far desultory services, and was frequently mentioned in the 
deipntehts. 



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ti 



l»t Bjt«. lerTlnit at Jullundur, Punjaub.T aCtfl, t T'1 V "> r> , «. 

2nd Bat.. ,.,ung «t c. of o. Hope. J ^^^'^ ( The King's Royal Rife Corps.) 2 1 1 

<»„,,,..,,,, „.r „ ,, " Celer et audax." 



Yeari'Serv 



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I 

; 30 

hi 

J27! 
\ 28 ' 

I I 

26 ' 

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, Coloncl-in-Chief. 

{i General, discount Ueresford, GCU. GCII., 23 Sept 5-> 
1 M c- XVII- ^ , . , ^''^loiieh Commandant. 

-mBmrnmrnm 

1 IT ,,. Lieut. -Colonels. i > • 



24 I 
20 I 
22 

19 , 
15 I 
15 [ 

15 ! 

20 i 
U 
17 
13 
17 
12 
12 
12 
12 
12 
13 
12 



Captains. 



1 2d LIEUT 



LIEUT. 



1 S:'i^ii;^;lr^^:,^^f-^'?»!^^"^^"^^ 



I CAPTAIN. 



•■24 April 35 
MG Sept. 36 



1 Fra. Roger Palmer . . p lo Mar. 33 
•- John Kenn. Mackenzie !> H! Dec 81 

1 Webbc Butler , p 19 Sept. .34 

1 James DougIas« p 17 Aug. 38 

,'. Hon. Adrian Hope ..iP23Nov.38 p 23 Apr' 41 

1 Henry John Darell" .. p 5 May 37 P 2 J u ^ 4 

2 f • .Ham.ltonSotheby P25 Dec. 38 17 Au?. t\ 
W,lI,amJameB^onge<' p 27 July 20 p 17 May 27 

1 R. F.W a ,10 ."^ibthorp" p 20 Sept. 39 I p 10 Sept. 41 

2 Douglas Jones ,.30 Dec. 30 2G Nov 4 

1 Henry Friend Kennedy^ Pll Sept 40' - ■ -' 

1 Charles Napier North« 20 May ' 30 

2 (.eo.Waldrgravc Bligh 12 Mar. 41 

o [^.'*'^';» «'?«"'• I •' U June 41 

2 S.rE. F.CiimphcW2it.». , 2 July 4 1 
2 Kustace Henry Rose . . | P K! July 41 
2 Peter Burton Roe P23July 41 



17 Aug, 41 

"11 Mar. 42 

23 Apr. 42 



15 Dec. 40, 20 July 44 
PIG July 41 P 20 Sept. 44 



•'20 Doc. 44 

P 1 2 Jan. 44 

P14 Aug. 46 

10 July 40 

" 5 Mar. 47 

,''28 Jan. 48 

7 Apr. 42 IP 20 Oct. 48 

28 Dec. 38 | 28 Dec. 48 

2G July 44 ,P 12 Oct. 49 

26 July 44 ;P10Aug. 50 

20 July 44;P27 Dec. 50 

20 July 44 I P 28 Fob. 51 

20 July 44 I P 17 June 51 

19 Oct. 51 

.21 



BREV.-MAJ. 



of fL V' ■;' •■"'";" •'■"""'.'•"••lejre of .s«n Chr «ov«r b,mi.. .ff "T""'''"'' ""' 'h"**""" nrit.nniq„e. 
of Olino. tn fp,n. of BurBo,. v.rlou, rnstRfmentHmri^;. . ^ f"'"'"""'"' "•»?'"''■<' "f Madrid, d.fjnr, 
(wrtrelT wou..,l.d3I.( Auc,.,.i.,nd v.,,;!. oTh. rnff. , '"', ''"'" ""•""•- "<•"""• in tlio Pyr,n,P^ 

he had a hor«. Ulled ondi-r I. in ItrW.llZtu' '" ""' °' "'''••'' h- »■«• wounded and In .nnrh„^ 
d-Onor^d Salamanca ; .nd^h; ".ho wVr "d .frndT:"'!''''" •=""'„'"-"" «">'" on. cl^'^fo'r" Fuen'tw 

rAa n , . ^- t.on.mar.dH the Boiubay column of il,« .,m. ? ? '"^"^ "''" Pre»cote, Up,,., 
1S+8.D, includMijf the .lege and ,iorm of tl.c lo.n and c^fu-^f ,/"°"'^"';' ,""" ^""^'"^ campaign cf 
jeral, and wb»e<iiieni op*nUon... capture of the citadel of Moolian, battle of Goo- 



Years' Serv. 


Full 


Half 


Pay. 


Paj. 


12 





12 





11 





10 





10 





10 





14 





10 





13 





9 





12 





9 





11 





9 





9 





9 





9 





9 





8 





8 





8 





8 





7 





7 





7 





6 





7 





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5 





4 





4 





4 





4 





4 





3 





4 





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2 





2 





2 





£) 





2 





1 





1 





1 





1 





44 


^\ 


25 





12 





13 





11 





(5 





27 





19 





9 





8 





7 





2 





6 






U 2 60tk{ The King's Royal Rifle Coi-ps.) 



IstLiectenants. 

2 Stephen Kenny, adj 

2 James Fraser 

1 William Hutchinson" 

2 Randle Jos. Feilden, d. pm 
1 Dunbar Douglas Muter^ . . 
] Henry Francis Williams^". . 
1 John Archibald Mac Queen*^ 
1 Cha. Alex. Boswell Gordon" 



2nd LIEUT 



8 June 41 

PIO Sept. 41 

8 April 42 

P 31 Mar. 43 

14 April 43 

19 Mav 43 

30 Aug. 39 



P21 April 43 

1 John Maguire'^ adj p 7 peb. 40 

2 Henrv Edward Warren .... 1 p 5 jan ' 

1 Alfred FitzGerald'" 

1 Frederick Arthur St. John'" 

1 Francis Andrews'" 

1 Francis Dawson 

1 Lyon Conway Travers'' .... 
1 John Prevost Battersby . . : 
I John Lambert Edw. Baynes 
1 Bernard Ward'" I 

1 Vincent Tongue" p 14 ^eb. 45 

2 R.HarcourtKobinson.ff.ffrf;. P05 pi^^ 45 
2 Arthur Charles Greville . . p 4 April 45 

2 Robert Wilmot Brooke'' p 30 Dec. 45 

1 Richard Freer 22 May 46 

1 Francis Charteris Fletcher p 31 July 4(5 
1 Edward Bowles p 1 4 Aug. 46 

1 R. J. Eustace Robertson'"., p 5 Mar. 47 

2 Charles William Earle ....1 24 Dec. 46 



26 July 44 
do. 
P 26 April 44 
P25 Feb. 45 
P17 Jan. 45 
P20 Dec. 44 

6 June 45 
P13 June 45 

4July 43 

P30 Dec. 45 

P 13 Feb. 46 

P 5 Mar. 47 

19 Dec. 46 

7 June 47 



44 
P30 Apr. 41 

28 July 44 
27 May 42 
26 July 44 

29 July 44 

30 July 44 

31 July 
1 Aug. 44iP 5 May 48 I ^f 



10 Lieutj. Willian 

Fitzgerald. St. John, A 

drews, Ward, and Eusta 

Robertson, served witht 

nnci T An Ist battalion 60th Rif 

P 22 June 47 | during the second sie ' 

P 28 Jan. 48 j opeiations at Mooltan, i 

44JP24 Feb. 48 i '='"<l"'?'hesiegeandstoi 

' 'of the town, and captt 

tadel. Afterwat 



1 C. H. Elphinstone Hollowayl 11 Oct. 44 

2 Thomas I* icholson I p 22 June 47 

2 William Mure | p 22 Oct. 47 

John Du Cane 1 p 5 Nov. 47 

1 William Tedlie { p 5 May 48 

2nd Lieutenants. j 

1 Conyngham Jones j p 25 Feb. 48 

2 Henry James Robertson ..'P20Oct. 48 
2 Henry Cockburn 10 Nov. 48 

1 George Bliss MacQueen . . 9 Mar. 49 

2 Hugh Parker Montgomery p 21 Aug. 49 

2 Francis Fitz Patrick j 11 Sept. 49 

1 Henry Semple p 19 Oct. 49 

1 Rowley Willes Hinxman ..! 23 Nov. 49 
1 Tristram Squire Richardson' 18 Jan. 50 
1 Henry Mitchell Jones ] 10 April 49 

1 William Waller Fox 'p 14 Feb. 51 

2 C. David Cuninghame Ellis 17 Jan. 51 
2 Atholl Charles John Liddell P16 May 51 

2 Charles Williamson p H July 51 

2 Ai'thur Hood Gro. Gregory P 19 Aug. 51 

1 Francis Stewart Travers . . Ip20 Aug. 51 

2 Wm. Aug. Dean Pitt ! 22 Apr. 52 

1 Wykehain Leigh Pemberton p 23 Apr. 52 

1 Henry Pardoe Eaton p 11 June 52 

2 James Henry Aug. Steuart p 17 Aug. 52 

Paymasters.— \ ^ 523 Edward Coxeu," 9 Feb. 26; 'ind Lieut. 5 April, 09 ; Lieu 

28 June, 10; Capt. 8 April, 25. 
2 William Henry Fitzgerald, 20 Sept. 39; Ens. 17 Jan. 28; Limit. p31 May 3.:: 
Adjutants. — 2 First Lieut. Stephen Kenny, 9 May, 43. 

I First Lieut. John Maguire,'- 2 Jime 49. 
Quarter-Masters. — 1 Thomas Berrey,'** 29 INIar. 42. 

2 Richard Power, 28 May 47. [Hp.-A. 17 Aug. 2( 

Surgeons.— I Charles Robert Boyes,'^ M.D. 2' July 41 -jAsst.-Siirg. 22 Nov. 27 

2 Thomas Alexander", 30 May 45 ; A ssist.-Surg. 10 Oct. 34, 
Assistant-Surgeons. — 1 William Joseph Macfarlane,''' 16 Feb. 44. 

2 George Augustus Frederick Shelton, M.B. 3 Jan. 45. 
2 Brin^ley NichoUon, M.D. 25 Sept. 46. 
1 David Ogilvy Hoile, M.D. 14 Oct. 51. 
1 James Crerar, 3 Sept. 47. 
[Ist Battalion embarked for India, July, 1845.] 
\-lnd Battalion embarhedfor the Cape of Good. Hope, June 1851. DbjH 

at Birr.] 
Regimentals Green — Facings Scarlet. — Agent, Sir Jolm Kirkland. 
Irish Agents, SirE. R. Borough, Bt., Armit and Co, 



28 Dec. 48 at the baille of Goojei 
P 20 July 49 I (Medal), the pursuit oft 

26 Alio- 44 I ^''''1 army, and the expi 
D To Af Vc 5'°" of "'« Affghans b 
P 12 Oct. 49jyond the Khyber Pa 

13 Dec. 49 Also present during 
P 16 Aug. 50 
P 16 Aug. 50 
P27 Dec. 50 
P 28 Feb. 51 
P 1 Oct. 47 
P17 June 51 
Pll July 51 
19 Oct. 51 
P 13 Apr. 52 

12 Lt. Mag 



operations in the Eusofz 
country, and capture oft ' 
insurgent villages on t • 
11th and 14tli Dec. 184 
Lt. Ward and Eusta 
Robertson served in t 
expedition against t 
Affreedies in the Koh 
Pass in Feb. 1850. 



served with the 55th 
China (Medal), at Amoy, Chusan, ai 
Chinhae, and with the 60th througho 
the Punjaub campaign of 1848-9 includii 
the siege and storm of the town and captu 
of the citadel of Mooltan, battle of Go 
jerat, and subsequent operations. 

13 Capt. Coxen served at the siege 
Flushing in 1809, and subsequently in tl 
Peninsula, including the lines of Torr 
Vedras, actions at Pombal, Redinha, 51 
rando de Corvo, Ponte de Rheux, Sabugf 
and Almeida; battle of Fuentes d'Ono 
siege and storm of Ciudad Rodrigo, sie| 
and storm of Badajoz, battle of Salamanc i 
capture of Madrid, actions at Zaraarni 
and San Milan, battle of Vittoria, actloi; 
of Lesaca, Vera bridge and heights ; battl 
of Nivelle, Nive, (from 9tli to 13th Dec 
and Orthes ; and affair at Tnrbes. Serv( I 
also the campaign of 1815, and was s. [ 
verely wounded in the knee at Waterlo 
He has received the War Medal and ti 
clasps. Served the Punjaub campaign • 
1848-0. 



jw . Kiubarko.l for "1 /j , - ,_, 

iC?; '"« .-^/' ^"-T; "'■ tlie words " KOYPf "-■• TALAVliRA"-.. ^r Ai a v^. .'. L Punjaub. 



BMNSULA "-Plonk 



N^^-G;«^ 1, Nov. 01 ; Col. GUtLZuZt t ''"'"•-''''^- ^^ ^ov. 41 

! W.. ...U Xov. Oo; .V.t;V, -il'julv 44 /j-cr o,"^;^,'"!^- -^ '^ Dec. 26 
, \^ illiuin Henry Vifurs,^ jG-^.v. |.o(; w; j o(j'. // ,7,. ' "^ t^.*-' • •'*^- 

Major, iS July 49 : X/.-CW. p 'J^ Fd, M " -^'''■- =^' ' ^'"J"- ? J""- 42 

^^l;^i;;^4^'^;s'/JT:::'•;^'^•'"^« ^^"^- ^^^ ^^-'- "^ ^0.37 

Tl«^Uon,3^....Septri37;z.... U Dec. 40; O^. 23 A p.. 46 

V.-MA/ 



i Captains. 

' Charles J. Otter* , . 
I \Miliam Ale.v. Delyi^ 



Kysi<;y. I LIEUT. 



20 Dec. 24 
31 July 28 
7 Jan. 42 



I CAPTAI N. 






Robert Cecil Dudgeon .. 
" illiani Jiunes Hu.lsoii" 
Hon. E. llilhj.. Burnsiile^ 
Mw. Thomas Wickhani^ 

LlEUTEXAXTS. 

Andrew Grant 



n l/^^"°'"' K'cl'- Croasdai'le 



2 June 43' 

3 May 4i ' 



I C. Rowland llichardsoii'o p 10 Feb 44 
I Edward Sbawe Powys3 . . ' 2U J„i; 44 ; 3 Oct: 
KiUi. Gunn Brackeaburv 2.J Au.' 44 ' i' 2!J Der 
Oeorpo Alexander Baee='' 2c(JuIv44' 
f.K. tvrcBurnside."«rf;-. P27 June 45 



23 Auir. 44 L.i^i'^- "'=.'"''"' '^"'^'1 i" the Pun. 
2.3 Ann dd <lic DaisuL'p..!' .!,„ <•!... '_V'™ ?' 



Hubert Greig 

David Reid '.'.'.'..'. 

Kdward Ring Berry ^ 

Tliom.is Maitland .Moore 

'John Henry Lukis.... 

I Thomas Gabbett'^ ... 

<J , George Sothebv Tyler 

Stephen M'Donough'^ . 

I Henrj- Braekenbury "= .. ,„ .u. 

, John Crawford I p 29 Del-. 48 

iThon.asOeo.DuprePayn'piOFeb. 49 
(•«l'les&.,nsoniTwynam;P18 0ct. 4.5 
n j'^,'^""eth Uruce Stuart .. p)7 Mav r,i 
W Thomas John Sadleir ..' 27 4. .Ml jo 
0';Vm.„ wi,.onP„,tou; USe^ H 
, Robert Riehardsoa Daly " 

j K.NSIu.Vs. 

(Thomas Edward Gordon 

Robert Hut ton 

I William Dowler' .* 

Henry Geo. Austin Vicars p 17 Oct. 5l 



•'22 July 45I 20.V0V. 47! 

31 Mar. 4G|p25 Feb. 48' 

2!) Jan. 47 

20 July 47 

Ifj Sep"t.4o 
I* 2fi May 48 
28 Apr. 4G 
10 April 49 
'■" Aug. 48 



23 April 4(i 'c P««uge „r <he Chen«b*,„d ^ 

3 Oct. 4^p^^r^i:^z-:p^r' ""> 

3 May 47 ■°.«o.hcEu.uf,iecoTn ^y'^ 



•ullce, 



•urgi-ni 
?, Zoor. 



- dcjtru^ijoirof 
'llages of SftiTRow, 

26 April 49 |£t». ■'°' "Jth'hrconnuandrd ."he 

5 June 49 e'mpl^^i""' ■""" "' *"' "«'"""' 

12 Oct. 49I VMaj.bttcr.encJwithllicUih 

25 June 50 ! 1^' '" ;^?I';a '^T.^.I^^-.-'^S: 
20Ju.y50;^-T^,:r.^'= 

WM|irc.cniaiihc-offmr 
•Kc of ihe 
of SadooU. 



!,._•' ""' I uariug the 
-O Oct. 50 I 'S^S-S, and waa i.rcM 
'' 23 July 47 7m "«"'»"Kp". paa 



62 ; pore c „.„ 

AO I '^e''«,' •'"» two Cla.p, 
V- , (. tnpt. Ucly .crvcd in Ihc can. 
-,--. „v ...^ o2; P^irn «itain!t tlic Rj,inh of p"' 

27 Dec. 50 1 "17 Dec. .52 ,',■;, ri-""" ^ ^^'^«"«'«-e2 



13 Feb. 
o June o2; ?*'»» 



" J> ilham Lapel CJarde .... p 1 2 Dec. 



2 

1 

1 

= 44 

-8 

-13 

i 17 , 

: 3 

3 
I 2 ' 

I LieuL-cleneral R„„ „„^ ,, ^ 

,:r;.'!r.!" ,•"•".'«"" »' ^o--. wuh 



^I Aug. 49 held fore- ... I 

P29 .May 40 '■> Moreh im. 

22 Oct. sojrd^^.hu;; 

•trur.ion of ii, 
i^rmundie, a: 



» ulluh. 



^ Khybe 



.he 



51 



■'■" "'« enemy n.i, 
l.f cap.urc and de- 
"f !>agKuir, i-uUee 
iu:>« da;<. 



Johu.Sloman ' ' ' ' p 17 a.,:: k, 

Henry JoI,„ Vo„^,e. . . ." .' ! 24 j„ly " -.f | 
Charles John (JrilKfhs .. !' 17 Dec. 5-^ 
Pfn,,n(,fter.~}fi Archer Toole =' 1 Alnv' ow . r- , , w 

Robert M'Nab, M.D. 8 Nov 50 /"^'"^l ^"^• 

C.linM M.Miller. MD 7 W -, '^f""- Messrs. 

rni.l.., r, ..,.,;, ,,, v., ,, ,,_ ,.,^, . •__ • ■ •"• I ' OX & Ct. 

■ ' -'•• <;«;np».in In IMS 9. and 

renia.ned Id 



«^~5-r's;rH£;r 



"e and Ni 
•nd rapiutr 
Mar Medal « 



^^^;:;lJi':;'.t?^r^;'[,!^^;^''■:^.«»<« 



P^aub campaiiri'of *lWs.''»'':''p"J! 
Wjer..,.ndw._^h.b,aeWror^1»^ 



214 



627id(The Wiltshire) Regt. of Foot. 



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[Head Quarteri 
at Athlone. 

"NIVE"-" PENINSULA."-" FEKOZESHAH."— " SOBEAON." 
Colonel. 
^ Thomas Lightfoot,' C.B., Ens.Ang. 99 ; Lieut. 14 March 00; Capt. 15 Dec. 
04; Major, 21 June 13; Lt.-Col. 19 May 14; Col. 6 May 31; Major-Gen. 
23 Nov. 41; Lt.-Gen. 11 Nov. 51 ; Col. 62nd Foot, 11 April 51. 
Lieut.-Colonel. — Ciiarles Trollops, £'?i5. P19 Nov. 25 ; Lt. p 10 Oct. 26 ; Capt. 

P23 Aug. 31 ; 3Iaj. P 16 June 43 ; Lt.-Col. 20 Nov. 46. 
Majors.— WiWiam Henry Goode,' ^m5. 21 May 18; Lieut, p 31 Julv 23; Capt. 

29 Dec. 40 ; 3Iaj. 5 Sept 45. 
William Mathias,* Ens. p 8 Feb. 31 ; L'mit. p 29 Mar. 33; Capt. p16 Mar. 38; 
Brevet-Major, 19 June 46 ; Major, p 23 May 51. 



Captains. 
Robt. A mbrose Shearman^ 
Lennard Barrett Tyler . . 

William F. Dickson 

John Burton Forstcr^ . . 
Fra. Henry Kilvington, s. 
John Geo. C. Disbrowe . . 
William Lenox In^all" . . 
JohnM.M. HevretV .... 

James Daubeny 

John O'Callaghan 

Lieutenants. 

Arthur Murray, s 

Robert Allan Cox" .... 
James White Minchin . . 
Wra. Henry Hopkinson, . 

M'Kay Rynd 

Geo. Hampden Wilkieson 
Charles M. S. L. Gwynne 

Charles Cooch 

Glyn Grylls 

Joseph Sanderson, adj. . . 
Wm. N. Wrixon Becher 
John Christopher Minnitt 
Henrj' John Adeane .... 

Ensigns. 
James William Tibbifs . . 

Emanuel Roberts 

iJon.Wm.H, A.Feilding 
Edward Henry Hunter . . 

Graham Hay 

j Adolph Alic'k Wombwell 

John Hart Dunne 

Bradney Todd Gilpin .... 

Paijmaster 

Adjutant 



P20 Sept. 33 
P 23 Mar. 38 

25 Jan. 39 

P 22 Nov. 39 

P 20 July 38 

never 

27 Dec. 42 

30 July 44 
4 July 45 

P 8 Jan. 47 

31 Dec. 41 
16 Feb. 44 

P 30 July 44 
P 25 Feb. 48 
P 16 Dec. 45 
P 8 Dec. 48 



LIEUT. 



CAPTAIN. 



29 Aug. 35 ! 22 Dec. 45 
18 July 40' 9 Feb. 48 

5 Julv 41iPll Feb. 48 

31 Dec. 41 I P 17 Mar. 48 

' 8 Jan. 41 12 Mar. 48 

2 Feb. 44 P31 Mar. 48 
23 Julv 45 ] P 7 Feb. 61 
22 Dec. 45 ; P 23 May 



P 28 April .46 
P 15 June '49 

P 4 Aug. 43 
22 Dec. 45 
P 10 Dec. 47 
P16 Aug. 50 
P 5 Mar. 47 
P 7 Feb. 51 



P 13 Apr. 49 P 23 Sept. 51 
P21 Aug.49 P25 June52 
P17 Sept. 60 p 6 July 52 
"5 Sept. 49 16 Aug. 62 
■ '^ ' " P 17 Aug. 52 
14 April 46 
P 23 Nov. 52 



P 14 Feb. 61 
P 6 Oct. 43 
P 17 June 51 



BREV.-MAJ. 



6 July 52 
'23 Nov. 52 



3 Major Goode served with the 
10th in the campaign on the Sutlej 
(medal), and was present in the 
battle of Sobraon. 

4 Major Mathias served in the 
campaign on the Sutlej (medal), and 
commanded a detachment of her 
Majesty's troops at the affair pt 
Buddiwal, and in the action at Ali- 
wal, and he was second in coramMid 
of the 62nd at the battle of Sobraon. 



5 Captain Shearman and Paymaster Drought serveS 
in the campaign on the Sutlej (medal), and were preseSt 
at Buddiwal, Aliwal, and Sobraon. 

7 Captain Forster served in the campaign on th* 
Sutlej (medal), including the battles of Ferozeshah and 
Sobraon; in the former of which he acted as a Major 
of Brigade, and had a horse shot under him. 



P 20 June 61 

P12 Dec. 51 

13 Feb. 52 

P 17 Aug. 52 

P 18 Aug. 52 

P 19 Aug. 52 

P 21 Sept. 52 

P17 Dec. 62 

—George Perceval Drought,' 27 Aug. 52 ; Ens. p 2 July 41 ; Lieut. 

Lieut. Joseph Saudersoa, 20 June 51. [p 10 May 44. 

Quarter-Master.— l^Sdha Nowlan," 29 Oct. 41 ; Ens. 20 Nov. 40. 

Surgeon. — Wm. Leslie Langley, M.D., 23 March 47; Assist.-Snrg. 11 Jan. 39. 

Assistant- Surgeon. — Cornelius Clark Rutherford, 7 May 62. \_J3t., Armit, & Co. 

Facings Baff.—Agejits, Edward S.Codd, Esq. — Irish Agents, Sir E. R. Borough> 

[Returned from Bengal, 20 July, 47.] 

1 Lieut.-Gen. Lightfoot served in Holland in 1799. Accompanied the 45th to the Peninsula in 1808, and was present at the 
battles of Roleia, Vimiera, Talavera, and Busaco ; actions of Pombal, Rcdinha, Condeixa, and Sabugal ; battle of Kuentel 
d'Onor, siege of Badajoz, in 1811 ; siege and assault of Ciudad Rodrigo, siege and assaulter Badajoz (slightly wounded), 
storming of Fort Picurina (slightly wounded), batUes of Salamanca, Vittoria, and the Pyrenees ; attack on the lines at St. JeaB 
de Luz, affair at Bastide, and the battles of Orthesand Toulouse (severely wounded). He has received the Gold Medal and two 
Clasps fur Vittoria Pyrenees, and Toulouse ; and the Silver War Medal with eleven Clasps for the other batUes and sieges. 

12 Lieut. Greig served in the Punjaub campaign of IHIS-S, was present at the passage ol the Chenab, and in the battles o/ 
Sadoolapore and Goojcrat, and with the field force in pursuit of the enemy to the Khyber Pass in Marh 1849. Medal and 
Clasp. Expedition into the Eusufzie country ; in action with the enemy Uth and Mth Dec. 1849 ; present at the capture 
and destruction of the insurgent villages of Saggow, PuUee, Zoormundie, and Sheerkance. 

13 Lieut. Gabbctt served in the Punjaub campaign of 1848-9, and wa.' present at the battle of Goojerat, and with the field 
forc»(in pursuit of the enemy to the Khyber Pass in March 1849. Medal and Clasp. 

14 Lieut. Moore served in the Punjaub campaign of 1848-9, and was present at the battle of Goojerat, and w ith the field 
force in pursuit of the enemy to the Khyber Pass in March 1849. Medal and Clasp. Expedition to Kohat against the 
Affredie Tribe, 10th, 11th, 12th, and 13th Feb. 1850. 

15 Lieut. M'Donough served in the Punjaub campaign of 1848-9, was present at the passage of the Chenab, and battles 
of Chillianwallah (wounded) and Goojerat, and witli the field force in pursuit of the enemy to the Khyber Pass in March 
1819. Medal and two Clasps. 

16 Lieut. Brackenbury served in the Punjaub campaign of 1848.9, and was present at the battle of Goojerat, and with the 
field force in pursuit of the enemy to the Khyber Pass in March 1849. Medal and Clasp. Expedition to the Eusufzie 
country ; in action with the enemy Uth and 14th Dec, 1849 ; present at the capture and destruction of the insurgent villages 
of Saggow, Pullee, Zoormundie, and Sheerkanec. 

17 Paymaster Toole served in the Peninsula from Feb. 1810 to March 1814, including the battles of Busaco and FuenteS 
d'Onor; siege of Forts at, and battle of Salamanca (severely wounded in the left arm) ; battles of the Pyrenees (28th, 29ta 
30th, and 315'. July) and Nivelle, wlicre he was severely wounded in the right leg. He has received the Vlfar Medal wiW 
four clasps. Served with the Cist in the Punjaub campaign of 1848-9, and was present at the passage of the Chenab, ana 
in the battles of ChUlianwallah and Goojerat, and with the field force in pursuit of the enemy to the Kliyber Pass in Marcn 
1849 (Medal and two Clasps). ,, „ 

18 Mr. Gammie served the campaign on the Sutlej (Medal) ; and was present with the SOtU at ths battlCT «f MoOlUW 
and Ferozeshah, and in medical charge o£ the 31st at Buddiwal, Aliwa), and Sobraon. 



II. .ul QiisrteriT 
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ii. Serv 

44 



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P«y. Pay. 

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eSrd ( The West Suffolk) Regiment of Foot. 215 

• EGMONT-OP-ZEE"— " MAllTIMQUE"— " GUADALOUPE." 
Colonel. 
pXliomas Kcnali,' CH. Ens. 14 Aug. 91); Lieut. 9 May 00 ; Capt. 3 Mar. 04; 
Major, o Nov. 12; Lhut.-Col. '11 Dec. 13; Col. 2'2 July 30; MaJ-Gen. 
23 N.>v. 41 ; Lt.-Gen. 11 Nov, 61 ; Cut. fWrrt Foot 26 Nov.'oO. 
Lieut. -Colonel. —.Knhnr C'liiiliflc Pole, Em. p7 Nov. 2G ; Lietit. 5 June, 30; 
I dipt. P 18 Oct. 33 ; Major, v \ Dec. 37 ; Lieut. -Co/. 2 Sept. 44. 
iMqjors. — Exliain Schomberg Turner S\\\ny, Ent.i Oct. 2!) ; Lieut. P17 Oct. 

I 33 ; dipt. !■ 8 Aug. 38 ; Mqjor, p 22 Oct. 47. 
|Anilre\v Tinihrell Allan, Enx. 29 Sept. 30; Lieut. v2S Dec. 32; Capt. p31 
I Dec. 41 ; M/ijor, \'-Hi Dec 51. 



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P 2!) June 
P21 Feb. 
P 6 June 
P12 iMay 
P 2G Jan. 
P 1 Dec. 
12 Mar. 
" 30 Sept. 
p 15 Dec. 

2 April 
P 5 Sept. 

9 May 

P 9 May 

23 Mar. 



Captains. 

Tliomas Harriet 

Charles Iliiriiinbothani .. 

Patrick LIndesay 

Gu9ta\ us Nicolls Harrison 
CharlesEfiwarelFairtlourrli 
K.Jas. Inpleby Fleming, .i. 
William Fred. Carter .. 
Henrj- .\rcliibald Cubitt... 
Jolin Stillnian Gould. . . . 
Fra. Charles Annesley . . 

LlELTENANTS. 

Win. Frederick Lowrie,r, 
Artliur J. Le Graml, ntfj. 
Francis Douglas Grey' .. 
Henry Ferj^uson Barclay.. 
G.C. \\iddrington Curtois 
Chas. Le Mesurier Carey JP13 Aug. 

Thomas Johns .p 7 Jan. 

Edw. R. Charles Sheldon! p 3 Dec. 
William Henry. \ewenhain| 17 Dec. 
John Jcken Cockburn ..' 17 Mar. 
F. T. Loiran Paterson ..! 2n May 
Christojiher Jas. Magnay JP 12 Apr. 

Viuceut Mackesy I 22 Dec. 

Ensigns. I 

Verc Hunt Bowles | p 10 April 

Fretl. Edward Gauntlett ' 14 Dec. 
Fred. Luttin Fitzgerald |p 14 June 
Edward Jostph Hunt . . jp 17 Sept. 

Robert Bennett | p 1 7 Oct. 

Wm. John Alex. Stamer 'p23 Jan. 
Charlcd Au|{ustus Hand I'll June 52 
Adrian William Fraser .. p17 Dec. 62 



LIEUT. I CAPTAIN. 



P 2 May 

20 Sept. 
P 5 Feb. 
P I Dec. 
P31 Dec. 

17 Aug. 
2 April 

21 Sept. 
28 June 

P 13 Mav 



34 P 20 Jan. 44 
33 30 June 44 



20 April 43 
IG April 45 
P13 Aug. 47 
P14 Apr. 46 
P 10 April 49 
P IS Jan. 50 
P 2 Feb. 49 
P 23 Aug. 50 
16 Mar. 50 
P 9 Sept. 51 
P2G Dec. 51 
P2G Mar. 62 
P 7 Sept. 62 



10 Sept. 46 

3 Ai)r. 46 
26 Aug. 46 

P 28 April 46 

4 June 47 
4 Sept. 48 

P 20 July 49 
P26 Dec. 51 



IIl£y.-MAJ. 



42 ; Asritt.-Sury. 29 July 30 ; 



Paymaster.— John Thorp, 8 Oct. 44 ; Etts. p27 Sept. 33 ; Lieut. p5 June 35. 
.\fljutaut. — Lieut. Arthur J. \jc Grand, 14 Dec. 49. 
Quarter-Master. — Henry Ingram, 16 July 62. 
26 ^j \Surij. — .Alexander SlicriUe Mucdoneil,-' 2 Dec. 

; Hotpitul-A$sigt. 15 Nov. 27. 

n ' \Auut.-iiurgeoH. — Robert Lcwins, M.D., 13 Dec. 42. 

Fncingt Gr^n.—Ageut , Edward S. Cod<I, Esq. 
Irish Agnitf, Sir V.. R. Borougli, lit., Armit k Co. 
[Returned from Madras, August 1847.] 
1 Usui. 0»ner»l Konali »cr%ed in IlolUml In ITOO, anil wu prif-onl in llic aciion of Ihc JOlh of gepi 
■• woU at ID »«»cral other minor affairt. In E|[yr«. undrr Sir Knlpli ANrcromby in I80I ; In Mcilr from 
l»o» lo lol.'; «ub.<-»jiicnllv on il.c«ro.i.rn coa»i of («pain. aa Anlatanl. and nlterManii a* DeputT-AdJulanl- 
Ooncral at tht- Hm I ..f llie l)epi.rtnn-iil, arnt wiit prc«.nt at th« bollli- of Cu»tnllu, an iiUo §. vcr.l otlier 
affair*, t-.rv.d alto aC tin- .u-ce and raplurv of 0»m.a. In Aptll Ksi4. II.- Im> rrcolrfd tl..- G- Id Midnl 
from tlio (waiHl >. ..-nior for II. c Jcyriiiiii rampaign and aiao the 8il»rr War M<dal nilli one tlii»p. 

u E<ul(a la U>» JtUi PcnjaJ N. I. durlof Uir eaiBpai4ni oo Ibc SuUcJ, aod mu prrimt *i Ubt 



: Lirul. brr) 
Wttl* of Frroinhah . Mnlal 

S Mr. MaedoorU Mrrtd tkr caiii|«ifa oo th« Sullej fMrdal; vitti Iht lOUi, iBcludini 
tbah, tnd Sobraon. 



' battlri of Moodkcc, Fcroi*. 



216 Uth {The2nd Staffordshire) Regt. of Foot. \_^te^^lTl^'.t^^l^- 
"ST. LUCIA"— "SURINAM." 

Colonel. 
J3 Sir Richard Bouvke,' KCB. Ens. 22 Nov. 1798; Lt. & Capt. 25 Nov. 99; 

3IaJor,^7 Aug. 1805; Lt.-Col. 16 Sept. 06; Col. 4 June, 14; Maj.-Gen. 19 

July, 21 ; Lt.'Gen. 10 Jan. 37 ; Gen. 1 1 Nov. 51 ; Col. 64th Regt. 29 Nov. 37. 
Lieut.- Colonels. 
James Stopford,= CB. Ens. p 17 Sept. 25 ; iif. p 2 Nov. 26; Capt. p 10 Sept. 30 ; 

Major, P 11 March, 42 ; Brevet-Lt.-Col. 30 April, 44 ; Lt.-Col. 13 Nov. 47. 
Nicholas Wilson, KH. Ens. 31 Oct. 09; Lieut. 7 Oct. 13; Capt. p24 Oct. 

21; Major, p30 Dec. 28; Brevet Lieut.- Col. 23 Nov. 41; Lieut.-Col. 4 

Aug. 48. 
Majors. — Maximilian James Western, Ens. P 10 June, 26; Lieut. p8 June, 

30 ; Ca2)t. P29 Dec. 35 ; Major, p 11 April, 45. 
James Draper, Ens. 18 Dec. 23; Lieut. p19 Nov. 25; Capt. p 24 Dec. 29; 

Brevet-Major, 9 Nov. 46 ; Major, 22 Dec. 48. 



Years' Serv. 


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Captains. 
Harry AlthamCumberlege 

Thomas Stirling 

Geo. W.Powlett Bingham 
Charles William Sibley^.. 
Isaac Temple Twining . . 

Neville Hill Shute 

Thomas Anderson 

Robert Du Cane 

Robert Mockler 

Francis Barry Drew .... 
Lieutenants. 

Henry Francis 

Alfred Picton Bowlby . . 

Charles Thompson 

William John Chads, s. . . 

Sidney Cotton 

Wm. Fletcher Jas. Morphy 
Richard Charles M'Crea"" 

Matthew Fanning 

Geo. Hamilton Twemlow 
Arthur Edward Mulloy.. 
Arch. E. Cochrane Forster 
Doveton D. Green tree . . 
Chas. Fred. Brockman.. 
Godfrey Lyon Knight . . 

William Bell, adj 

Chamb. Henry Hinchliff 
Augustus Applewhaite . . 
H . Hammerton Alexander 
Frederick J. Hutchison. . 
Stand, de Courcy O'Grady 

Valentine Ryan 

Corbett Edwards 

David Mortimer Murray 
Ensigns. 

Alfred John Tiike 

Thomas Arch. Mackinnon 
Ricliard Henry Willcockf 

William Sheehy 

William Knox 

Alexander Benison . . . 

Rowland Bateman 

Walter Carr Mackinnon 



P 2 Dec. 31 
p 23 Apr. 39 
P 16 Feb. 88 
27 Nov. 24 
20 May 42 
P 22 Mar. 44 

16 May 34 
P 3 Apr. 46 

12 Sept. 43 
P23 May 45 



P 23 June 43 

31 Oct. 45 

P 19 June 46 

P12 Nov. 47 

25 Oct. 39 

29 May 42 
28 July 43 

1 Feb. 44 

Pll Oct. 44 

P 1 7 May 44 

10 May 44 

p 9 May 45 

15 Apr. 46 

28 Feb. 45 

21 Jan, 48 
P 9 Apr. 4 

P 2 June 48 
P12 Sept. 48 

22 Dec. 48 
P16 Feb. 49 

30 Nov. 49 
P27 July 49 

14 Dec. 49 



22 Apr. .35 p 22 Mar. 44 

P 6 May 42 P28 Apr. 48 

8 April 42 p 12 Sept. 48 

16 Oct. 26 19 Aug. 42 
P17 Jan. 45 20 Aug. 49 
P 25 Sept. 46 P 9 Aug. 50 
P 29 Dec. 37 22 Aug. 48 
P 28 Apr. 48 p 15 Nov. 50 

12 Jan. 48 9 May 51 

17 Aug. 48!p21 Nov. 51 



14 Sept. 45 

12 Mar. 48 , 2 Lt.-Col. Stopford served with 
2 June 48; 'he 40th throughout the operations 
P T> «pnt 4ft''" Candahar and in Affjhanistan 
^-' ^'-l"*^^ I during 1841 and 42 (medal)i and he 
14 Oct. 42 ^ commanded the Regt. in the action 
10 Nov. 43 1 °^ Maharajpore, 29th Dec. 1843(me- 
O T .o dal J, until severely wounded in the 

J J an. 4D ; »i,ie__i,e had also a horse cut down 

3 Capt. Sibley served with the 



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5 Dec. 


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2 Jan. 


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9 July 


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52 



13tb in the Burmese i 
the 62nd in the campaign on the 
Sutlej ; and was severely wounded 
in the battle of Ferozeshah (medal). 

4 Lt. M'Crea served with a de- 
tachment of the 17th with Lt.-Col. 
Outram's Light Brigade, in the 
Southern Mahratta Campaign of 
1844—5, and was present in all its 
operations, including the capture of 
Gotea and storming of Monoghur 
stockades, 

C Qr.- Master Sears served with 
the 39th the campaign against the 
Rajah of Coorg in 1834 j the opera- 
tions against Kurnool in 1839 ; and 
at the battle of Maharajpore on the 
29th Dec. 1843 (Medal). 



7 Doctor Inglis served the Pnnjaub campaign of 
1848-9 ivith the 10th, including the whole of the siege 
operations before MouUan (the greater part of which 
in medical charge of the regt.), and battle of Goojerat 
(Medal and Clasps). 



P 15 Feb. 50 

P 25 Sept. 49 

P 3 Nov. 48 

P 22 Nov. 50 

P17 June 51 

P 18 Apr. 51 

P12 0c/ 52 

P 24 Aug, 52 
Fa;/ninstcr. — James Howes, 1 Oct. 47 ; 
Adjutant.— Lieut. William Bell, 11 Dec.'49, 
Quarter-Master.— John Sears,« 1 Oct. 47 ; Ens. 8 May 46; Lt. p 19 March 47. 
Surgeon.— James Gordon Inglis,' M.D. ,26 March 52; Assist.-Surff. 29 Mar. 39. 
Assistant-Surfjeons. — Henry Crisp, 3 T ov. 48. 

Thomas Carey, i4 Jan. 51. 
Robert Thoin.'/s Buckle, M.D., 14 Oct. 51. 
Facinys Black. — Agents, Messrs. Cox & Co. 



Quarter-Master, G Sept. 39. 



imd was present in the 
against Buenos Ayrts. 



and was present in the actions of the 27th Aug. 10th and 19th Sept. 2nd 
• received a severe »ou-.d through both jaws. Served as Quarter- Master- General in South America, 
actions of the 19!h and iOth Jan, 1807 1 «t the siege and storming of Monte Video, and in the txpediUoB 



't\^M':-/i«T«^"'] G5th( The2dYorkshireN.Ridinej)m.ofFt. [?Sr$.'"pj:;.^f„t"u': 

1 .. ..^ 'I The Roijal Tiijer, superscribed " INDIA"—" ARAIHA." 



II Half 



Coloml. 
'}fi Samuel Benjamin Auclimuty,' CB. iv/i.v. ] j Oct. 07 ; Lieut. 13 March 00; 
! Cfipt. U Nov. OJ; .Vn>r, -2 1' June 13; Lt.-ColAi April U; Col. (> AlaySl; 

Miijor-(Jvu. '23 Nov. 41 ; Lt.-Gen. 11 Nov. ol ; Col. Coth Foot, 31 Jan. 51. 
Lieut. -Colonel. — Charles Eiiiilius (iold, ii/i.s-. •' 20 Mar. '26; Lt. i"28 Oct. 31 • 

Capt. I'o Feb. 3(1; M<{jor, i> 4 Oct. 44 ; Lieut. -Col. 30 Dec. 4o. ' 

Mqjors. — .\lfred Francis \V. \Vvatt, Ens. i'l'2 Dec. 2U; Lieut, i' 23 Apr. 29; 

Capt. P19 Sept. 34; M({jor, i''23 Sept. 4.j. 
James Patience,' Ens. 5 April, 10; Lieut. 24 Oct. 11 ; Capt. 13 Nov. 27; 

Brei-.- Major, 23 Nov. 41 ; .l/^t/or, 30 Dec. 45; Breo. Lt.-Col. 11 Nov. 51. 



Captains. 
Geo. Freeman Murray 
William Pym Youiij 
Richard Newenham . , 



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••2G0ct. 3()!p27 Nov. 35 12 Sept. 43 
P14June 31 P 5 Feb. 30 p 4 Oct. 44 

St. Leger Barry I p 27 Nov. 35 { 10 Jan. 39 p G Dec. 44 

Oliver Barker D'Arcey ..P 8 Apr. 26 p 9 Dec. 31 , 19Dec.45 

Duncan Bazalgette p 31 Jan. 40 31 Dec. 41 19 Auj^. 50 

Benj.W. Ra\vsouTrafford|P2l May 41 p 8 Nov. 44 18 Sept. 51 

Tliomas Barnarda 16 July 41 p 6 Dec. 44 P30Apr. 52 

Robert Henry MacGregor|P31 Dec. 41 P13 June 45, p28 May 52 
Wm. A. Duuglas Anderson; 1 Apr. 46,p25 Aug. 48; p 21 May 52 

LlElTENANTS. I 

John Gordon 5 Oct. 41 4 July 45 

George .Meyier !p 7 Oct. 42 P23Sept. 45 

Henry Ferdinand Turner | 8 Feb. 42; 8 Dec. 45 

James Paul* 8 Nov. 43 ! 19 Dec. 45 

K.B.TwyfuidThelwall,«a((/ P 8 Nov. 44 1 10 Apr. 49 
Charles John Ewcn,</./>/n. I 7 Dec. 44 p 7 June 50 
Richard Maxwell Slegg. .; P23 Sept. 45|P13 Dec. 50 
Tiioinas George Strange...'? 22 Dec. 48 p 27 June 51 
Fra. Beaumaris Bulkelcy ;p22 June 47 I 18 Sept.51 
Charles Blewitt P 8 May 46 22 Dec. 48 j 



Clia. \. Miguel Servautes 
OctaviusJoiiuBlakeMarsh 
iThomas Walter Still .... 

Ensigns. 
JohnOwen Jones Priestley 

jGeorge Buck 

Fil.StansfieIdHerriesrf.arf;. 4 Apr, 

j Frederick Wemyss ,p 1 1 July 51 

.\Ddr. Nicholson Magrath 14 May 52 

Frederick Bailie p 1 1 June .J2 

Ernest Christian Wilford P23 Nov. 52 



14 Dec. 49 P30 Apr. 52 
P 14 June 50,P28 May 62 



P 15 Oct. 



7 Feb. 
P14 Feb. 



50 P 12 Oct. 

i 



S Ctpi. Barnard wu wounded In th« head on th< 
I9ih July IS47 Kbrn rnia^rd in anion with lb* rebel 
Natirei al \Van(anui, New Zealand. 



Pauuuister.—i .\\\\\\a.mi Marshall, 3 Apr. 46 ; Ens. p 2 Sept. 36 Lt. I'lO Mar. 41 . 

[Adjutant.— Lieut. Richard Bulkeley Twyford Thclwall,* 1 Feb. 50. 

{Quarter-Master. — Edward Withers, 21 Nov. 51. 

\ Surgeon. — Robert Keating Prendergast, 14 .\pr. 46; Assist. -Surg. ' Oct. .'JG. 

'Assistant-Surijeons. — Thomas Esmonde White, M.D., 26 Sept. 45. 

I William Ker Park, 31 Oct. 45. 

Facings White. — Agents, Messrs. Cox & Co. 

ieut.-Ofnerel Auchmuljr aerred i«vrral jroara in the WiH Indios, and wnn present nt the ttortnine of 

e Foriunie, Si. Lucia. In ISOO he arconipanipil the lecond batluliun Ro>nl I'uailiers to ForlUKal, 

a» prvft'Dl »t Opurto and Talarcra af MuJ t of Hrigado to hir AIpx. Cainpliell; and at the batllo of 

o, the retreat of the arrajr to and tubtequcnt advance from the line* of Torre* Vcdras, and battle of 

;e« d'Onor, as Deputy Atfidanl Adjiitant-neiicral to tlie Sixth IHrlaion. On return to tlio Penmiiiia 

«;rV IcBTo he waa appointed extra Aide-de-camp to Sir Lowrjr Cole, and nas in action willi the 

'■ «;on at Vltloria and the Pyrrneea,— at (ho Inller waa promotett to the Hrevet rank of Major. 

■ on afterwaida to Ihe Redmcntal Majoritr. he coinmundeU the licht companies i>f Mmor- 

• \ briEBde, and ser>ed wnh them at Onhtf and Touloii»e,— ut Ihe latu-r, was promoi' d Hreret 

> I. lie has received ilie cold Medal nnd one Clasp for the battles of Urtji' s and Toulouse; 

.■- M.ver War .Medal with fl>e Clasps for the o'her b.ttlea. 

.•CoL Patience wa* preteni al Ihe •urT*'nclrr uf Martinique, and al Uieeapture of Le« Saintet and Guadalnupe. In ISIS. 
euL Paul *rr«ed wlt-h the 3ltl throu.hout llie rimpaifn of IMl-6 on Ihe SulleJ, and nas present in Ihe oalilr* of 
f*. Feroieahan. (wnunded). Buddiwal, Aliwal. and Subra<'D i Medal and tbree claips. He carried lh< Queea'a 
of the 31 It al Moodkre and Feroiestiab. 

euu Tbelwall wa< pmrat in almost all the tklimlitaes with the bniille natiers at Wanf anui. New Zealand, In \tV, 
nmaoded the aJTancrd party of ibe Mih Reft, yinitn) In Ihe allalr of the l»tb July of thai rear, on wbich oriaston 
rowly escaped being tomahawked. 



218 sf"^J°JJ;^l8"5.] mh{The Berkshire) Regt. of Foot. 



rServing at Quebec. 
LDepot at Guernsey. 



DOURO"— " TA LA VERA"— " ALBUHERA"—" VITTORIA"—" PYRENEES"— 
NIVELLE"— " NIVE"—"ORTHES"—" PENINSULA." 



YeHi-s'Serv. 


m 


fUii 


Hull 


Pay. 


Pay. 


35 


T^ 


25 


t'5 


25 





21 





26 





27 





18 





12 





11 





8 





8 





7 





7 





6 





6 





9 





G 





6 





8 





6 





5 





4 





4 





6 





4 





4 





2 





2 





2 





2 





2 




















11 















12 





9 





7 






Colonel. 
P Richard Blunt,' Ens. 31 Jan. 1787 ; Lieut. 23 Feb. 91 ; Capt. 12 July, 93 ; 

Major, 17 May, 96 ; Lieut.-Col. 23 Aug. 99 ; Col. 25 Oct. 1809 ; Major-Gen. 

lJan.l2; ii.-G?en. 27 May, 25 , Gra. 23Nov.41; CoZ. 66th Regt. 25 Mar. 35. 
Llent.-Colonel.—io\m Hencage Grubbe, Ens. p 20 Aug. 18; itew^. p 24 Feb. 

25 ; Capt. p 13 May 26 ; Major, p 19 Jan. 39 ; Lieut.-Col. 3 Sept. 47. 
Majors. — Sir William Gordon. Bart., Ens. p5 June 28; Lieut. P27 Apr. 32; 

Capt. P12 May 37 ; Major, vQ Nov. 46. 
Charles Edward Michel; Ens. p25 Nov. 28 ; Lieut. 23 Nov. 33; Capt. p2 Feb. 

38 ; Major, P 25 J une, 47^ 



Captain .<. 
Geo. Grattan Biscoe .... 

John Johnston* 

George Maxwell 

Edw. Montagu Davenport^ 
George Charles Downman 

Tom Benson 

Robert Conner 

John Clifton Hawkes. . . . 
Walter S. Pearce Serocold 
Webster Thomas Gordon 

Lieutenants. 
David Robert Ross .... 
George Watson 



p 7 Apr. 32 
P24 May 27 
P23 Feb. 26 
P24 Apr. 35 
29 Oct. 41 
P 8 Nov. 42 
Pll July 45 
P 24 Jan. 45 
P 10 July 46 
P 1 Dec. 46 



I captain. 



2 Apr. 47 

^_ P 9 Apr. 47 

Chas.Wm.Aylmer, d.pni.) 21 Dec. 44 
Arch. H. Dunbar, d. adj.\v 28 Sept. 47 
Charles Perrin p 24 Dec. 47 

P 25 Nov. 45 

P12 Sept. 48 

1 Dec. 48 

9 Mar. 49 

P 4 May 49 

3 Nov. 48 
8 Mar. 50 

9 Jan. 49 



John Walker 

William Bowles 

Richard Horner Paget . 

Alfred Torrens 

Horatio George Dickens 
George Glascott Newton 

H. Firth, ^f//. (O.M.16Feb.49) 

Edward James Storey 

EnSICxNS. 

Cha. Fred. Wheeler Cuffe p 16 May 51 

Leslie Eames ! p 17 June 51 

Wm. Henry Jones WestbyjP 17 Oct. 51 

James Galbraith p 12 Dec. 51 

JamesLorenzo VerschoyleiP 13 Dec. 51 
Henry W. Fred. Harris. . Ip 16 Apr. 52 

Alfred Austin (Pll June 52 

Fred. Hugh Irwin Day . . i p 9 July 52 

Paymaster. — Arthur Pilkington,'' 9 Mar. 49; Eiis. 8 Nov. 42; JUt. 11 Sept. 45. 

Adjutant. — Lieut. Harry Firth, 8 March, 50. 

Quarter-Master. — George Pollard, 28 July, 46. 

5?t/-(7eo/t.— Frederick William Tupper, 26 Dec. 51 ; Assist. -Surg. 8 June 41. 

Assistant-Surgeons. — Walter Simpson, MD. 23 Feb. 44. 

Edward William Thomas Mandeville,^ 25 Sept. 46. 

Facings Groen. — Agents, Messrs. Cox & Co. 

1 General Blunt ecrvi-a in Lord Mojra's expedition, and in Flanders in 1794 and 95, and was actively em- 
ployed in the West Indies, from 1795 until 1S03. He lias since served in Hanover, Madeira, and in the 
Peninsula. ' 

2 Ci.pt. Johnston served with the 66th in Canadn during the Rebellion in 1837-88, and was present in the 
action of bt. Charles. 



P12 Feb. 36 
P 9 Mar. 32 

29 May 28 
6 Aug. 38 

28 Dec. 43 
P 8 Aug. 45 
P 6 Nov. 46 

14 Mar. 47 
P24 Dec. 47 
P 12 Sept. 48 

26 Oct. 48 
14 Nov. 48 
P28 Aug. 46 
P 30 Mar. 49 
p 4 May 49 
P 13 July 49 
P14 Mar. 51 
P 6 June 51 
P 17 Oct. 51 
P 2 Apr. 52 
P 14 May 52 
P 18 June 52 
25 June 52 



P27Sept. 39 

2 Apr. 41 
21 Oct. 43 
P31 Dec. 44 
14 Nov. 48 
P30 Mar. 49 
P 4 May 49 
P14 Mar. 51 
P 6 June 51 
P14 May 52 



5REY.-MAJ. 



11 Nov. 51 



5 Assist.-Surg. Mandeville served during the 
wholf of the campaipn under Sir George Berke- 
ley against the Kaffirs in 1847, in medical 
charge of all the Native Levies. Accompanied 
the expedition in 1848 against the Rebel Boers. 
Served also in the Kaffir War of 1850-51, and 
was present when a strong force of combined 
Kaffirs and Hottentots were defeated at Fort 
Brown on the 1st Oct. 1851, in their attempt 
to capture the cattle belonging to the Fort. 



4 Paymaster Pilkington served with the 31st in the camj: 
was present in the battles of Moodliee and Ferozeshali, in 
both ankles by a grape shot. 



ign on the Siitlrj (medal and one clasp), and 
ivliich lust he was severely wounded through 



Smb. fur Gibraltar 



JO... 1848. ■•] 67M ( Tlie South Hampshire) Regt of Foot. [ ^'''A"!v'::if^' 



60 



■BAUUOSA"— '-rKMNSULA"— The lioyul Tuja; sui-nv^ciibed, "INDIA. 



Huir I Culuiul. 

'•".v- |> John rrttlcrkk Kwait.' CU. Bm. 1 Nov. 03 ; Lieut. 10 Warcli, 04; C«;;/. 

17 April OG; Miyoi; '2U Oct. l:2j Lieut.-Col. lo Sept. 14; Col. 10 Jan. 37 ; 

Majur-Gcn.ayov.W; Cul. dl th I'. iiO Qcl. i>'2. 

■^ ' Lieut. -Coloiul. — Etlwurd Basil Brooke, '2nd Lieut. Ruyal A rtillery, 15 Dec. 17 ; 

I Lt. y April, '2ii ; Capt. p 1 1 July Hi; Mnjor, I'o July, 31 ; Lt.-Col. 9 Nov. 48. 

Mt{Jurs. — Tliomas Josephus Devcrell, En.i. 7 Nov. 22 ; Lieut. io June '2'J; Cnpt. 

i •' 30 Aug. 31 ; Brevet Major, 'J Nov. 4ti; Major, 3 Sept. 47. 
;S«iiual Hood Murray, ^/w. P -2 2 June 32; Z;cM^ p 8 Dec.37 ; Cnpt. Pi Nov. 42: 
' .Wfyor, 1-21 ilav 60. 



Captains. 



kssi(;n. 
4 Nov. ly 



! Robert FoUett Synge' 



Thomas Basil Tuite 

James Graham, Ac(; 

Daniel Thompson 

William D'.\Tcy,d.pin.. . 
Henry S. G. S. Kuight . . 

Etlwanl Dauheuy 

.\lfred .-VddinfTton Jones 
Edmund Holden Steward 



CArTAIX 

Tliomas Byrne i 4 Nov. lyi 5 Mar. 231 22 Jan. 39 

John Porter ; p 28 Mar. 34 p 29 Dec. 37 p (j Oct. 43 

.Charles Barnard Hague.. P 6Sept.3ii p 30 Dec. 37 p 5 Dec. 43 

Henr>- Collettc P 26 Aug. 3U | 22 Jan. 39 p 23 Feb. 44 

I William Pibworth p 24 May 33 [ 18 Mar. 38 , 9 Nov. 46 

Itobert Hudson Wood . . I P 1 1 Mar. 42 j P 5 Dec. 43 p 28 Aug. 49 
I Dugald Stewart Miller.. P24Feb. 43 Pll July 46 P31 Jan. 31 

I Henry Croftou p 8 Sept. 4G, p19 Nov. 47 p17 Jan. 61 

I William Du Vemct^ | 22 Mar. 44' 29 Jan. -UJ p 13 Apr. 62 

CoMwMViiliamC. Hivarola P 1 Aug. 45 p 6Aug.47,P 8 Jane 62 

LlEUTEXANT*. 

P 20 Oct. 40 ' 2<3 Sept. 42 
P31 Dec. 42 p 23 Aug. 44 
3 May 44 29 Dec. 4(j 
Pll July 45 P 1(5 Apr. 47 
10 July 46 ^ 13 Aug. 47 
2 Sept. 46 3 Juue 47 
29 Dec. 4(5 p 28 Aug. 49 
29 Dec. 40 '' 28 Aug. 49 
P 6 Aug. 47 '■ 3 Jan. 61 
William Serjeant Arnold ,p 13 Aug. 47 p31 Jan. 61 '"^""(u 

John lumau,d.(ulj > 11 Jan. 47 1 >Jar. 49 ihe aiuci 

Vivian .-Vrthur Webber.. 
Arthur Henry Coney . . j 

Robert Philij) Armstrong P 26 Feb. 48 ^^^^' 
Charles Wm. Pearson . . ! P 18Sept. 49 j.ic.'. 
Geo. T. Horton Atchison I 26 Oct. 50 [.''^'^J; 

James John Woo.l P 14 Feb. 61 ■■'■ '■'- 

Louis Walter Fisher .... p 17 June .,■ 1 "■* »«» 

Edward S. Randal Smitli p 23 Jan. .VJ ";, ^ "; 

.Me-xandcr Cauicj-ou ....|P13Apr. o-2 ,,,„,. ,,,1, .,,,,„ .,,.,, • lUc left 

Jaspar Lucas Ilenick . . p 9 July 62 irarmMtrr Hob^nwn KWcd«t thetiegeofAtMcr. 
(bar, Miucb and Ajiril, 1S1». 

Payiitntter.— James Robingon,» 26 Dec. 87 ; JS'/w. 20 Nov. 1 7 ; Liatt. 24 A pril, 20. 
U Aifjutant. — Lieut. James (iraham,22 Jan. 47. 
Quarter-Matter. — Grorgo Crisjiin, 26 Oct. 39; ii/w. 22 Mar. 39. 
\ Surycun.— Thomas Patrick Matthew, 11 S.jit. 49; Asitist.-Sury. 12 Dec. 13. 
\ Auiftant-Surgeoni.—JoUu DutT, M.D., 3 Aug. 49. 
1^1 Kilwanl William Urtwtrpo, M.D., 24 Nov. 43. 

'' ' \ 1 1 . . . , . Cox k Co. 

ir-Crortil E»»rt. »• r.piac. rdicion to < op<nba(ca In 1907, knd 

enl «l Ihf uliunnrai Krcr. Jnhn Mnoir, and «u •oundtd M 

A.r .nutnir,! llr l;.; '. , : . „. il. I'm, .,. uU from i««rch ISll 

r c,. aiid BuUjiu 

xai tiit acUunj 

• liom I«13 to 

■ fiih. Scrrcd In 

. . .1 i' « Uri» idler M |b( tlrtt 

oOicr >u chMCr at ibt Firlrt 

'ii'.D d'Uoar, Ciudkd Kodrifo, 



3 Lieut. Synge (crrcd wltb the 
CameroaUuu on the China expe- 
dition (medal), and carried the 
>r the regiment at tlie re- 
ghtatuckon Mngpo. 
altncli. and capture uf Chapoo, 
• 10 Sept. 47 P 13 Apr. 62 , "'<■ l*ltin« uf Shanghac and Woo- 

10 Apr. 49 P 8 June 62 P"-^' "'« •';;™'«« -r Chm KUn, 

•^ ] Foo, and Ibc opeiatlonj before 

Nankin. 

I n i> uu board Ibe ill-Cated Huiimg. 
■..<l nnayon the AnJauLan 
. IsjJ.wiOi detachuicnliof 
buard, n berc he remained 
I In rmi.iil,.!- nnJ lulTcr. 



I In Crnrt«l Ordir>. llr auturqurntljr »a> U:t S 
MTcd the War Medal mtb A>« CU>p», (ur VUnic 



219 



220 68^/1 {The Durham) Regt. of Foot. (Lt. Inf.) [""^''•^o^'^^NeS!'- ''' 



" SALAMANCA"—" VITTORI A"— " PYRENEES"—" NIVELLE"- 
" ORTHES"— " PENINSULA." 



Years' Serv. 


50 


Full 


Half 


Pay. 


Pay. 


17 


121^ 


30 





20 





25 





24 





20 





18 





12 





22 


\l 


17 





18 





11 





13 





11 





9 





8 





8 





10 





7 





7 





7 





11 





6 





6 





5 





3 





3 





3 





2 





2 





1 





1 





1 





1 





20 


2t^ 


11 





5 





27 





3 





2 






Colonel. 
P 512il Douglas Mercer Henderson,' CB., Siis. 24 March, 03; Lieut. 8{ Capt. 
20 March, 06; Capt. &^- Lt.-Col. 2Q Bee. \^; CoZ. 22 July, 30j Mojor- 
Gen. 23 Nov. 41 ; Lt.-Gen. 11 Nov. 51 ; Col. 68th F. 31 Jan. 50. 

Lieut. -Colonel.— Lord Arthur Lennox, Ens. p 24 June 23 ; Lieut. P 22 Oct. 25 ; 

Capt. V 1 Aug. 26 ; Major, p 6 July 38 ; Lieut. -Col. p 22 Nov. 42. 
J/ffJor*.— Harry Smyth, Ens. p 10 July 23 ; Lieut, p 13 Aug. 25; Capt. P 15 

Oct. 29 ; Major, 21 April, 43. 
Henry Smyth, Ens. p 28 June 33 ; Lieut, p 28 Oct. 36 ; Capt. p 2 Dec. 42 ; 

Major, P 12 May 48. 



Captains. 
Wm. Henry Gillman. . . . 

Geo. Macbeath 

Herbert Blount 

Heneage Griffith Wynne 
Henry Haq^ur Greer. . . . 

John Edward Lewis 

Henry Needham^ 

John A. Udny,?.c. 11 Nov.si 
Thomas Henry Somerville 

Augustus Paterson 

Lieutenants. 

Thomas W. Storer 

Horatio Harbord Morant 
Hon. Dan. Greville Finch 
Edmund David Lyon .... 

John Cassidy 

Fred. Stuckley Savage . . 

Stephen Croft 

C. U. Shuttleworth, d.aclj. 
T.DeCourcyHamilton,^«rf. 
William Henry Seymour 
Chas. Samuel Nicol, d.pm. 

Ensigns. 
Harrison W. John Trent 

Henry White 

Frank Garforth 



ENSIGN. 



P 1 July 28 
P 16 Oct. 29 
P 8 Nov. 33 
P 10 July 35 
P 10 Sept. 41 
P 12 Jan. 30 

16 Sept. 36 
never 

25 Oct. 42 
P 10 Jan. 40 

? 2 Dec. 42 
P 20 Aug. 44 
P 2 May 45 
P14 Nov. 45 
19 May 43 
P 30 Jan. 46 
P 28 Aug. 46 
P 1 8 Sept. 46 
P 30 Sept. 42 
p 7 May 47 
Pl4 May 47 



P 14 Apr. 48 
P 12 April 60 
P 16 Aug. 50 

Cavendish Chas. FitzRoy p 22 Nov. 50 

Frederick Grote Barker. 

Herbert Vaughan 

Richard Lloyd Edwards 

Charles Travers Fuller . 

John Cator 

Harry Edmond Smyth 



P 12 Dec. 51 
P26 Dec. 61 
P 23 Jan. 52 
P 24 Jan. 62 
30 July 52 
23 Nov. 52 



lieu: 



14 May 31 
P 31 May 33 
P 15 Sept. 37 
P 13 Oct. 38 
p 20 Aug. 44 

23 Jan. 35 

27 Nov. 38 

P13 Nov. 36 

P 28 Nov. 45 

15 April 42 

P 23 Jan. 46 
P 3 Nov. 46 
P 22 Dec. 46 
P 8 Oct. 47 
P 14 Apr. 46 
P 31 Dec. 47 
P 14 Apr. 48 
P 12 May 48 
10 Apr. 47 
10 June 52 
P 12 Nov. 52 



captain. 



P 13 May 36 
P 28 Oct. 36 
p 23 July 44 
P 30 Jan. 46 
p 31 Dec. 47 
13 July 47 
30 Dec. 43 
P15 Dec. 40 
P 2 Nov. 49 
P 15 Feb. 50 



BKEV.-MAJ. 



9 Nov. 40 
9 Nov. 46 



23 Nov. 41 



Paymaster.— Win Hadley,^ 13 July 49 ; Ens. 10 April 25 ; Lieut. 24 Sept. 31 . 
Adjutant. — Lieut. Thomas Do Courcy Hamilton, 23 Aug. 50. 
Qiiarter-Master.— Thomas Tuidvs, 14 Apr. 48. 

Surgeon.— John Stewart Graves,-" 2 July 41 ; A.-S. 28 Sept. 26; H.-A . 22 Feb. 26. 
Assistant- Surgeons. — Thomas Wildridge Shiell, M.D., 13 Dec. 50. 

John Francis O'Leary, 21 Feb. 61. 

Facings GvGen. — Agents, Messrs. Cox & Co. — Irish Agent, Sir E. R. Borough, 

Bt., Armit & Co. 

1 Lt.-Gen. Henderson accompanied the 3rd Guards on the expedition to Hanover in 1805 ; and on that to 
Walcheren in 1809. Served in the Peninsula from Jlarch 1810 to May 1811, and again from July 1811 lo 
March 1814, including the affair at Sohral— wounded whilst acting as Aide-de-camp to Sir Brent Spencer; 
battle of Barrosa— wounded when Aide-de-camp to Btig.-Gen. Dilkes; siege of Ciudad Rodrigo, battle of 
Sitlamanca, capture of Madrid, siege of Burgos, passage of the Bidassoa, and battles of the Nive and Nivelle. 
Served also the campaign of 1815 including the battles of Quatre Bras and Waterloo and capture of Paris. 
At Waterloo he commanded the 3rd Guards in the latter part of the action. He has received the War 
Medal with five Clasps. 

2 Captain Needhara served with the 50th in the battle of Punniar (Medal); als6 the campaign on the 
Sutlej (Medal) in 1845-6, including the battles of Moodkee (severely wounded) and Sobraon (dangerously 
wounded). 

3 IJeut. Hamilton served with the 00th in Kaffirland during the whole of the war of 1846-7. 

4 Mr. Graves served with the 4th Lt. Drs. during the campaign in Affghanistan under Lord Keane, and 
was present at the siege and capture of Ghuznee (Medal). 

5 Paymaster Hadley served with the Queen's Royals throughout the campaign in Affghanistan and 
Keloochistan, under Lord Keane, and was present at the storm and capture of Ghuznee (wounded), and of 
JShelat. He served also the campaign in the Southern Mahratta country in 1844 (including the storm of 
ih^ Fortress of Punella), and that in the Concan in 1845, including the investment and capture of the Fortf 
Monohur and Munsuntosh. Medal for Ghuznee. 



Scrr. 


-' 




Half 
I'aj. 


-- 


lA 


20 





20 





3,0 
17 
18 
lo 









(»' 1 69th (TJie South Lincolnshire) Ben. of Foot, f^,^"' '" ^L^J*""' 

IM7.J '^ / J ^ \_ Dep. at thalham. 

"JAVA"—" BOURBON"—" WATERLOO"-" INDIA." 
Colonel. 
D Sir Ralph Darling,' GCH. Ens. lo Muv, 1793; Lieut. 2 Sept. 95; Capt. 6 
Sept.OG; .V«>r,i"21'cl). IWH); Lt.-Col.v 17 July, 01 ; Co//25 Julv 10 ; ^faj.^ Gen. 
4 June, 13; Lt.-Geii. '27 May,'25; (^eii. 23 Nov. 41; CoZ-GOtli Foot,o Feb. 48. 
Lieut. -Colond. 
James William Llewellvn Paxton, CVr/«Y, I'li) Apr. 27 ; Z,iVm/. p 12 Oct. 30; 
Crt;>^ P G July 38 ; Major, p 10 Nov. 48 ; Licut.-Col. p 22 Feb. 50. 
Majors. 
Du\i«l Elliot Mnckirily, Ent. p5 Ai>ril, 33; Ziew^ p30 Dec. 36; Capt. P 26 

June, 41 ; Major. P22 Feb. 50. 
Legenilre Cliarles Bourcbier,^ Eits. p 5 Apvil 33; Lieut. p\2 Feb. 3G ; Cfl/><. 
P 20 July 38; Brev.-Major 11 Nov. 51; Mqjor, 12 Dec. 51. 



Cai'taixs. 
Henry D. O'llalloran,*. I 1 Nov. 18 

tharfes Fred. Law j P 7 Oct. 3G ; 

James Ilanrlasyde Edgar I P l) Oct. 35; 

Percival Fcnwick | p28 Sept. 38 

Charles William Parker I 20 Oct. 40 
George Hughes Messiter | 15 June 30 
Auir. Barnard Ilankey . . p 30 Oct. 40 

I Edward Bowcn \ 1 June 41 

jCieorge Bacrot p 20 June 45 

Denis Dunn 1 23 May 45 

Lieutenants. j 

I Thomas Harvey p 9 Aug. 45 

William Shepherd Milner p28 Nov. 45 



1 Francis Gamble Blood . . 12 June 4G| 

' James Smyth ' p 25 Sept. 4G [ 

i Richard FJtzGerald • 18 Sept. 40, 

I Mathias S. Crooke, rf.rtrf;. P22 Aug. 44 j 

\ Charles Gilborne 17 Sept. 4G'| 

JohnLindsavMacleannt(/.l 13 July 471 

I Hon. Alfred' Bury I 26 June 46 ' 

Henry Beauchamp Brady P24 Dec. 47 ; 
George Fred. Gildea . . .'. p 14 Apr. 48 

William Tracey 11 June 47 

E<lv\ard Marcon 13 Sept. 48 

I Ensi«ns. 

[Thos. Henry Charleton.. 11 May 49 
I Henry Thomas Allen . . , p 14 Feb. 51 
Charles Edward .Malton , •' 17 June 51 
Robert Aufrere Leggett . . P 1 1 June 52 
|Chas. Richard Dorington P 17 Aug. 52 

Charles Eraser 14 Sept. 62 

iWinui.ttLockliartMtlviUe 2U Oct. 52 



P 28 June 27 | 
P 8 Nov. 39 
P 28 June 39; 
P 1 Nov. 40 

23 May 45 
29 Sept. 34 

P 20 June 45 

P 2 Sept. 45 

P25 Sept. 46 

18 Sept. 46 

P 14 May 47 
3 Sept. 47 
P 14 Apr. 48 
P12 Sept. 48 
P 10 Nov. 48 
10 April 49 j 

24 AprU49i 
P 29 June 49| 
P 16 Feb. 49 
P 8 June 52' 
P 6 Aug. 521 

17 Sept. 62! 
3 Dec. 62i 



I captain. 
p 1 Sept. 38 
p 9 Oct. 46 
29 Jan. 47 
P14 May 47 
24 April 49 
3 Sept. 47 
P29 May 49 
P29 June 49 
P 8 June 52 
3 Dec. 52 



brev.-maj. 
11 Nov. 51 



Charh-s Gun llarison 



10 Dec. 52 



Paymaster.— V. Henry Dalgety, 1 March, 39 ; Ens. 1 1 Jan. 21 ; Lt. 23 Mar. 20. 
Adjtititnt. — Lieut. io\ii\ Lindsay Maclean, 12 July 50. 
[Quarter-Master. — Robert Smyth, 3 Sept. 47. 

Surgeon.— Wcx. Brown Clelanil, M.D., 15 Oct. 50; Aasist.-Surg. 21 Feb. 40. 
«) I Assist.-Surgeons. — William Watson Somerville, M.D. 22 Dec. 48. 
I ' George Hyde, 8 Dec. 48. 

Facings Green. — .Igentt, Messrs. Cox i: Co. 

Ralph Darlint'iiTTirft :— In 1793, thr lUTri in Ihr liUnd nf nranota, uiiilrd b^ Ihr Frrnrb from nu>d>loupr, 

rfv.lrri in.1 wjr.|fr''t the O rrrrr ird tiji^if-li rffi.rti uf Ul» prIDripal InhabltuiU, hr «>• rmplojrd ailh hil Rtft. 

'- ' - •••■* ri on thr rxpmilttcn afainst Trinidad, and «u prrtrDi at the 

■ - i%Und. In July 1799. ;irorffded with the riprdilion again*! 
.'meotf for the rapltulation, and pretrnt at the turrrnder i f 



i.ljt. 



September IM*. h 

ince and retreat, the artii 
I>ep. Adjt.-Gmeral toll 
vt y\\ithing. On the n 



Re»t. 



belnf ordered on 

Joined tlieanr.y 

at l.u(r, and balUe of Corunna, 

Force tent lo the ^eheldt under 



Ibr - .a Medal. In Jul> 

It* Ea: _ --J -ai preient at i:.c : .. - icr uf lluihinj. On the return of the ripedillan he reiuned 

kia ataff appvintuif nt at iba llor«e Goarda. 

t Major Bourchler lerred »iih Ibr 17th thn>u«bout the canpaign In AflkbanUIan and Beloerhidan under Lerd Kean* 
aa4 «aa pnarni at lb« iloim and eapturc of Uhuiot* (Mrdal) and of Kbelal, al which laal be waa l«lc« wounded. 



70 



222 10th{The Surrey) Regiment of Footl^'^'''%lf2Tl{\l'^l;}'''' 

Colonel. 
Gage John Hall, ^ws. 29 May, 1783; Lieut. 13 Dec. 83; Capt. 16 Dec. 94; 

it/ffjor, 23 Dec. 95 ; Lieut.-Col. 1 Jan. 01; Col. 25 July, 10; Major-Gen. 

4 June, 13 ; Lieut.-Gen. 27 May, 25; Gen. 23 Nov. 41 ; Col. 70th Regiment, 

30 Jan. 32. Lieut. -Colonels. 

Thomas James Galloway, Ens. p 13 Sept. 21 ; Lieut. 2 June, 25 ; Capt. p 27 

Dec. 27; Brev.-Maj. 23 Nov. 41 ; Maj. 14 June, 42; Lt.-Col. 22 Dec. 48. 
Trevor Chute, 'ind Lieut.vlQ Ang. 32; Lieut, p 28 Oct. 36; Capt. V 2 Aug.SU; 

J/tt/o?-, P 23 April, 47 ; Lleut.-Col. P14 Dec. 49. 
Majors. — Thomas Charles Timins, Ens. p 16 Mar. 32; Lieut, v '2^ Nov. 37 ; 

Capt. P 3 Feb. 43; Major, v 18 July 48. 
George Durnford, Ens. p 17 Oct. 26; Lieut. P 8 Feb. 31 ; Capt. p 28 Nov. 37; 

Major, 26 May 50. 



Captains. 



j ENSIGN. I LIEUT. | CAPTAIN. BREV.-MAJ. 



Thomas Edmonds Muloekj p 18 Mar. 36; 

George Reynolds p 30 Dec. 34i 

}$ Edward L'Estrange^ . . p 10 Nov. 08 
John William Hay, c<f. ... never 

George Evatt.. .'. 13 July 38 

George A. Ryan p 31 May 44 

Sydney Cosby Jackson. . p 10 Sept. 41 
Arthur George Shawe . . 1 Apr. 36 
Frederic Arthur Willis . . 27 Sept. 44 

Oswald Pilling 30 Nov. 38 

Lieutenants. 
James Maxey Buchanan 21 Dec. 44 
A.JohnO.Rutherfurd,«rf/. p 18 May 41 

Francis Chute p 6 June 45 

Arthur H. Creswell Snow 30 Dec. 45 

William Cooper 5 June 43 

John Mackay M'Kenzie* 29 July 44 
Chas. A. Poyntz James « 22 Dec. 44 
Paul Fred, de Quincey''.. p 2 May 45 

Attilio Scheberras 21 Apr. 46 

George Augustus M'Nair 13 Nov. 46 
Gates Joseph Travers . . 29 Jan. 47 

Charles Crawley 30 Apr. 47 

John T. NicoUs O'Brien 11 Sept. 47 

William Crozier 29 Dec. 46 

Wm. Thomas M'Grigor. . 28 Apr. 40 
Edward D'H. Fairtlough p 20 Oct. 48 

William Bellers 26 June 46 

Arthur Saltmarshe 22 Dec. 48 

John Nowlan 29 Dec. 48 

Robert Whigham p 1 8 Sept. 49 

Wm. Fred. Tho. Marshall 13 Mar. 46 
George Richards Greaves 30 Nov. 49 

Daniel Armstrong 26 Jan. 49 

Ensigns. i 

Matthew Bell i p 29 June 49 

Leopold Brown | 28 April 46 

William Wiltshire Lynchi p 17 Sept. 60 
John William Madden . . ; p 29 Jan. 47 
Samuel James Lyle . . . . j p 17 Jan. 51 
Alex. Cha. Hughes Toveyi p 23 Jan. 52 
Henry Berkeley Good .". I p22 Nov. -50 



Nov. 89 P 8 May 46 
Dec. 38i 20 June 46 
Apr. 10| 9 Nov. 30 
Aug. 41!? 5 Nov. 47 
Jan. 40, 5 May 50 
Dec. 45 P 15 Nov. 50 



9 Nov. 46 



June 44 
Aug. 39 
S May 46 
June 43 



P 9 June 46 

7 July 46 

P 23 Apr. 47 

P 10 Mar. 48 

31 Oct. 45 

1 1 Feb. 46 

10 Apr. 46 

31 July 46 

P 21 Jan. 48 

P 30 June 48 

22 Dec. 48 

22 Dec. 48 

5 May 60 

27 Feb. 50, 

P 1 Dec. 48| 

19 Oct. 50 

P19 Sept. 48 

P17 Jan. 51 

P 18 Apr. 51 

P17 Jan. 51 

7 Feb. 61 

P 16 Jan. 52 

9 Apr. 62 



P 8 Nov. 60 
7 Feb. 51 

P 16 Jan. 52 
9 Apr. 52 



the cam 

(medal), with the 63rd, and wai 
present in the actions of Buddiwal, 
Aliwal, and Sobraon. 

6 Lieutenant James serred with 
the oOth in the campaign on the 
Sutlej (medal), and was present in 
the battles of Aliwal and Sobraon. 

7 Lieut, de Quincey was present 
with the 80th Regiment at the bat* 
tie of Sobraon (medal). 

8 Mr. Harvey served in medical 
charge of the 9th, during the cam- 
paign of 1842, in Affghanistan, in- 
eluding the actions at the Kliybcr 
Pass, Mamoo KJiail, JugduUuckt 
and Tezeeu, recapture of Cabool 
(medal), and taking of Istaliff. 

9 Quar.-master Thompson served 
with the 2ncl Battalion Royal Regl. 
tbroughDut the Mahratta wax, with 
the army in the Deccan, under Sir 
John Doveton, in the years 1817. 18 
and 19. Also during the Burmese 
war, from Jan. 1825 until its con- 
clusion in 182C. 



IS^ij Pff!/m«.sto-.— Hugh Baillie Mackenzie, 24 May, 29; Sub-Lieut. 1 Feb. 



Acljutant. — Lieui. Archibald John Oliver Rutherfurd, 27 April, 47. 

Quarter-Master. — Michael Thompson," 31 Oct. 45. 

19 S'<t?yeo?i.— William Harvey, 8 30 July, 44, Asslst.-Surcj.29,Miix.Z^. 

9 Assist.-Surgeonn. — John William Johnston, M.D. 28 June, 44. 
Deodatus William Eaton, 24 Oct. 45. 

Christopher Bakewell Bassano, 22 Dec. 48. 

Facings Black. — Agents, Messrs. Cox & Co. 

3 Major L'Estrange served the campaign of 1808-9 in Spain, with the Uth, and was present at the battle of Corunjia. 
Capture of the Isle of France in 1810. Capture ot Java in 1811, and engaged with a Dutch brigade at St. Nicholas. At the 
storming of a strong Dutch Fort on the coast of Bantam. On board H.M.S. Roacius at the boardingand capture of cleten 
French gun-boata. Present at the siege and storm of Cornells, and storm and capture of the heights of Serandole. At the 
capture of the town and fortress of Sambas, Isle of Borneo, in March 1813. Ncpnul war in 1815; siege and capture of Hat- 
tras in March 1817; Mahratta campaign in 1817 and 18: siege and storm of Bhurtpore, iinder Lord Combcrmere. Ho hat 
received the Vfar Medal and tvro clasps for Corunna and Java. 



'.a'C'^S^!''] 71*f {Ilighland) Rerjt. of Foot. {L. I.) ["^^c.^r",;.' ^1!^^." "'' 

"HINDOOtiTAN "-"CAPK OP OOOI) IIOPK ■■-•' KOLKIA "— " VIMIKIU "— "CORUNNA"— 
"Fl/li.NTI.S L)0.\OR"-"AI.M\n\Z"— "Vir lORI A"-" PYRENEES "-'NIVE"—" OHTHE8"— 
" 1'KNINSUL.V— " WATEULOO." 

Colonel . 
9 Cia sir James Mao.loncll,' KCU. KCH. Ens. 2o Jan.90 ; Lt. 2 Feb. 06 ; C«/j^ 
10 Sept. u;); .l/ry. 17 Apr. 04; Z/.-t'o/. 7 Supt. 09 ; Col. Vi \\\^ lU; Maj., 
Gen. *2'2 July, 30 ; Lt.-Gvn. '-':i Nov. 41 ; To/. 71st F. 8 Feb. 4U. 
Lieut. -Coloneh. — Williuiii Dennv, ling, i' 10 Jan. 'J2 ; Lieut, v 23 June, 

■2o; Copt. V21 Sept. :33; Major , i' 24 April, 38 ; Lt.-Cul. 14 Apr. 46. 
r. iVatluuiiel Massey Sjtuck, Eim. v io Nov. 28 ; Lieut, i' 29 Dec. 35 ; Capt. 

P July 38 ; Major, i'22 Dee. 48 ; Lt.-Col. i' 8 June u2. 
A/ryor.i.— «121 Anthoiiv Robert L'Estraiige,^ Ens. 7 Ucc. 11; XJ^«^. P 20 Dec. 

21 ; O//;/. f 7 Jan. 30; 3/«;o*-, 14 Apr. 46. 
r. !■ Charles Ready, Ens. v 13 July 32 ; Lieut, p 19 -Mar, 30 ; Capt. \.j Apr. 42 ; 
Mtyor, V 8 June o2. 



Year* 


Ser;. 


67 


Pul. 


HHir 


P.y. 


P»y. 


31 


n 


25 





39 





21 





18 





20 





18 





18 





17 





16 





13 





12 





11 





11 





11 





8 





11 





10 











1 a 





1 « 


• 



Captains. |_£L''-'i£L_ 

Robert Franeis Hunter . . i* 13 Mar. 35 
R. Deunifltown Campbell* ' P 22 Oct. 33 

r. William Hope p 4 Sept. 35 

r. Aug. Terrick Hamilton P29 Dec. 35 
r. Barry Blenncrhasset . . p 18 Mar. 30 
r. Francis George Scott. . 4 Aug. 37 
r, Geo. WLit. Talbot Rich P 12 June 40 



Henrv Loftus 

Fred.'j. Colin HaJkett . . 
Arthur Charles Parker . . 
r. James Arthur Gore, *. 
r. Herbert L. Wilson . . . . 

LlEl'TEXANTS. 

r. Francis Carr Clerke • . 

James Horno,a<(,/ 

r. Wm. Stratton Prince. . 
U John Ignatius Mactlonell 
Charles Fraucif« Smith, r. 
r. William FrancibSetrravt 

r. Brent Neville 

r. Lewis William < )rd . . 

r. R. C. Wm. Stuart 

r. John VuWcr, d.pni 

John Otway Weujyss . . . . 
William Johnsou 



2(3 Oct. 41 
10 Apr. 42 
4 Mar. 42 
17 Apr. 42 



P 22 Nov. 42 
p 24 Mar. 43 
22 Mar. 44 
I' 26 Apr. 44 
I' 30 May 45 



LIECT. 



P 29 July 36 
P 27 Mar. 35 
P 24 Mar. 38 
P24 Apr. .38 
P 6 Julv 38 

27 Feb. 42 
P 15 Apr. 42 
P 4 Aug. 43 
P 30 May 45 
P 16 Feb. 44 
P 16 Dec. 45 

26 Sept. 45 



P 22 May 46 

14 Aug. 40 

P25 Sept. 46 

P 8 Dec. 46 

p 19 Mar. 47 

8 Auy. 45 i P 12 Nov. 47 

8 May 46;P19 Sept. 48 

7Juue50 



14 Apr. 4( 
P 22 May 4() 



14 Au-. 
P 8 Dec. 
P12 Nov. 
Charles WaUon p 24 Dec. 



18 July 50 



46i Ply July 50 
46 P 1 Oct. 50 
47, P 8Juue62 
16 July 62 



P22 Dec. 48 p 12 Oct. 52 



CAPTAIN, 



BRBV.-MAJ. 



P22 Noc. 42 
p 24 June 42 
P 30 May 45 
14 Apr. 46 
P 22 May 46 
P 8 Dec. 46 
P 12 Nov. 47 
P22 Dec. 48 
p 19 July 50 
p 26 Dec. 51 
P 8 June 62 
P 15 Nov. 50 



3 Major L'Estrangt serrad th» 
euspajgo of 1S1&, and was present 
at Uie battle of Waterloo. 

4 Captain CamiibcU sened nUh 
Cbc 4tb Light Dragoons during tbe 
eampaign m Affgbaniitan under 
Lord Keanc, and was pr?«ent at 
tbe <i*ge and capture of Ghuinea 
(medal J. 



Charles Blennerhussett 

Ensigns. i ! 

William Campbell P 12 AprilSO' 

r. Francis lionham P 14 June 50 1 

r. Hon. Ralph Harbord p 16 Aug. 50| 
5ir Lionel E.Smith, 2i«r^ p22 Nov. 60[ 
r. Evelyn Mirchouse .... p 17 Jan. 51 
William John Denny.... P14 Feb. 51 
r. James Dal(;leish, Af(J. 6 June 51 
r. Fre<l. William Lambtou p 16 Sept. 51 

Charl.-8 Pringlo P 23 Jan. 52 

George Campbell ' p 1 8 June 52 

Court.nay II. Saltrcn Scott p 17 Aug. 52 
I William "Cubitt p 1.0 Oct. 52 

Paijinaster. — Morris Hobinsuu Cam]ilH.-ll, 20 Aug. 41 ; J?rw. 2 July 29; Lieut. \Q 
Adjutants. — Lu-t//. Jami> Home, 1 Dee. 48. ' [Dec. 36. 

r. Ens. Janjcs DaluUish. 22 Oct. 52. 
Quarter-Masten. — r. Johu Taylor, 25 Aug. 46. 

Thomas Walker, 10 March 48. 
Surgemu.—r. Grorv'c Carr. 7 Aug. 46; Asjtist.-Surtj. 24 July 35. 

George Douglas Dods, .M.D. 13 Aug. 47; A.isist.-Surg. 22 Nor. 39. 
.\*tistant-Suryeons. — Richard Cooper To<ld, 24 Sept. 50. 

r. William Simpson, .M.B. 1 May 46. [Armit, & Co. 

Faeinffs Buff. — Ayeuts, Messrs. Cox k. Co. — Iri:fh Agents, Sir E. R. Borough^ Bt. 
[1*< hntt. Returned from Barbadoct, "ibth Jan. 1847.] 
1 Sir Jainn Macdoocll uttoiI with the Mpcdilion to Napic and Calabria, in IS03 and 6, Including (h« 
battle of Maida. Svr.cd aTtertraxd* tn Portugal, Si-ain, Krancr, and Flandcn. Sir Jamci hai recclred 
Um gold medal for Maida. aod the lilrcr War Jledal and four clatni for Salaraanc*, Vlttori*. NlreUe 
and Mr* ; aad tbe Waterloo Uedal. . * uo, 



224 72nd ( The Duke of Albayit/s own HigJdanders) Regt. of Foot. 

ar. Si 
27 Nov. 44. 



Emb.forFor.Serv.-j q^ ^j^^ Co\oms-The BuMs Cypher and Coronet. [^^^Tal Clare c^i^fe^' 



Years' Serv. 



48 



Full Half 
Pay. Pay. 



HINDOOSTAN"— " CAPE OF GOOD HOPE." 



Colonel. 
^ John Aitchison,' Ens. 25 Oct. 05; Lt. and Capt. -2-1 Nov. 10; Capt. and 
Lieiit.-Col. 15 Dec. 14 ; Col. 20 May 3G ; Major-Gen. 23 Nov. 41 ; Lt.-Gen. 
11 Nov. 51 ; Col. 72nd Highlanders, 29 Dec. 51. 

Lieut. -Colonel. 
Freeman Murray, Ens. p 24 Feb. 25 ; Lieut. '' 8 April 26; Capt. p 21 Dec. 32 ; 

Major, P20 Aug. 44 ; Lieut.- Col. p5 Nov. 47. 
i)/rt;or5.— Richard Palmer Sharp,^ Ens. p18 May, 38 ; Lieut. P16 May, 40; 

Capt. P19 March, 47 ; Major, p8 March, 50. 
John William Gaisford,^MS. p 31 May 39; Lieut, P24 Sept. 41 ; Capt. P 8 Oct. 

47 ; Major, p 19 July 50. 



Captains. 
Hugh Thomas Bowen 
jCavendishSpencerBoyle,i 

I William Parke 

James Mackenzie 

I Alex. Dalton Thellusson 

' Richard Rocke 

John Stephens Clark . . . 

' Douglas Robinson 

j Charles J. W. Norman . 
James Evelyn 



Lieutenants. 
Arthur Wade, d. pm. .... 
Alexander Crombie, ad;. 
Archibald Alison, d. adj. 
Hon. H. W. FitziMaurJce 
Tho. Cha. Hardinge Best 
Cecil Rice 















j R. Dennistown Buchanan 

Charles Fleming Hunter. 

'- 











iNSIGN. 



May 32 

Oct . 35 
Dec. 40 
Sept. 41 
Oct. 41 
May 42 
Sept. 42 
Mar. 43 
Nov. 44 



P 30 Dec. 45 
P 8 May 46 
P 3 Nov. 46 
P 19 Mar. 47 
P 12 Nov. 47 
1 Dec. 48 
P 19 Jan. 49 
P 9 Mar. 49 
P 8 Aug. 45 
P17 May 50 
P 12 July 50 
P 16 Aug. 50 
25 June 44 

P 17 Sept. 50 
8 Nov. 50 
8 Nov. 50 
P 18 Jan. 51 
P19 Aug. 51 
P17 Oct. 51 
P 9 July 52 
p 21 Sept. 52 



CAPTAIN. 



P 6 June 34 
P 8 Sept. 38 
P 27 Sept. 42 
P 23 Aug. 44 
P 8 Oct. 44 
P 8 Nov. 44 I 
30 Dec. 45 | 
P 19 Mar. 47 i 
P 8 Oct. 47 
P 27 Mar. 40 



P 12 Nov. 47 

25 Jan. 49 
Pll Sept. 49 
P28 Dec. 49 

25 April 50 
P 2 Aug. 50 
P 2 Aug. 50 

2 Dec. 50 
P 3 Dec. 47 
P14 Oct. 51 
P14 Oct. 51 
P 25 June 52 

14 Apr. 46 



12 Feb. 43 

P 28 Aug. 46 

OJan. 49 

26 Jan. 49 

P28 Dec. 49 

P 8 Mar. 50 

25 April 50 

2 Dec. 50 

P 7 Oct. 51 

P 7 Mar. 51 



2 Major Sharp served in 
China in the 26tli (Medal). 

3 Lieut. Eliot prior to entering 
tile Army served for two years and 
a lialf in ttie Royal Navy, and was 
present in H. M. S. Melrittc in 
Cliina,— at tile taking of the Bojue 
Forts and the operations before 
Canton (Medal). 



brev.-maj. 



James Atkinson 

Wm. Drum. Ogilvy Hay 

Hen. Bentinck Coathupe 

John Campbell Stewart 

William Henry Eliot ^ , . 
Ensigns. 

Oswald Barton Feilden . . 

Ho7i. Somerset R. H.Ward 

Chas. C. Wellesley Vesey 

George Smith 

John Thomas Campbell 

Fred. Montagu Alison . 

Aylmer Spicer Cameron 

Edward James Upton . 

Paymaster. — Rowland Webster, 29 May 49 ; Etis. 12 Jan. 44; Lf. P26 July 45. 

Adjutant. — iiew?. Alexander Crombie, 24 Dec. 47. 

Qimrter-Master. — John MacDonald, 30 April 52. 

Surgeon.— yVm. Campbell Seaman, M.D., 16 May 51 ; Assist.- Snrfj. 16 Feb. 41. 

Assistant- Surgeons. — Daniel John Doherty, 25 Sept. 49. 

George Horniblow, M.D., 15 March 44. 
Facings Yellow. — Agents, Messrs. Cox and Co. 
1 Lieut.-Gen. Aitchison served in 1807 at the siege and capture of Copenhagen. Embarked in 1808 for 
the Peninsula, and in 1809 was present at the passage of the Douro, capture of Oporto, and subsequent 
pursuit of Soult's army to Salaraomle. He was wounded in the arm at the battle of Talavera, while 
carrying the King's colour, which was also shot through. He served the campaigns of 1810, 12, IS, and 
14, and was present at the battle of Uusaco, and retreat to the lines of Torres Vedras ; battle of Sala- 
manca, capture of Madrid, siege of Burgos, and retreat from thence into Poriusal ; affair at Osma, battle 
of Vittoria, affair at Tolosa, sie;!e of San Sebastian, battles of the Nivelle and the Nive, passage of the 
Adour, investment of Bayonne, siege of the ciiadel, and repulse of the sortie. He has received the War 
Medal with six Clasps. He was Licut.-Colonel of the Scots Fusilier Guards when promoted to Major- 
General, and had commanded that regiment upwards of four years. Served in India as Major-General On 
the Staff of the Madras Presidency from June 1845 to Nov. 1851, in coramapd of the Mysore division 
(including Coorg), and of the Provinces of Malabar and Canara. 



Em. for C. of O. Hope. 80 Sept. 45. 
Ut-pot >t Britlol. 



J 73r(l Regiment of Foot. 



225 



M.VNGALOUE"—"SHRI.N(;.\P.\T.\M"—" WATERLOO." 



3o 



Colonel. 
JJ Hoboit J»iirclav Maoplicrson,' C.B. K.H. £«.«. 3 Juuc 9."j ; i/. 2'i July 95 ; 

Ciipt. :) Di'o. 00 ; Mujvr, 17 March 08 ; Lieut.-Col. 4 June 14 ; Col. 10 Jan. 

37 ; Major-Gen. <J Nov. 40 ; Col. 7:3r(l Toot. '29 July 5'2. 
ZifHf.-Co/. William Evrc, iS/w. i' 17 Apr. 23; Lieut, v 5 Nov. 25; Capt. 

viO Mar. 27 ; Major i' lU July 3'J ; Lieut.-Col. ''12 Nov. 47. 
Mqjors. — Frederick Georjje AuRustus Pinckney,* JSns. 8 Apr. 2o; Lieut. 

P 8 Apr. 26 ; Crt/>^. i' 23 Dec. 3(i ; Major, v 23" Sept. 45. 
George Hankey Smith,^ Eris. i' 7 May 18 ; Lieut, t'7 Feb. 22 ; Capt. i' 8 Apr. 20 ; 

Brevet. Major, 23 Nov. 41 ; Major, 20 July 49 ; Brevet Lt.-Col. 11 Nov. 51, 



Captains. 


ENSKIN. 


LIEUT. 1 CAPTAIN. 


Walter Beresford Fuuuce* 


i'18Jan. 31 


P23 Dec. 30| P31 May 44 


Robert Parker Campbell 


V IG June 37 


Pl2 Oct. 41 P24 Oct. 45 


Philip Blundell BicknclP 


1' 1 1 Oct. 39 


Pl6 Nov. 4V p 8 Oct. 47 


Edward Wclle>Iev 


1' 15 Nov. 39 8 Apr. 42 p 20 May 48 


William LawLS Peto* 


PIO Mav 44 P20 June 40 p 8 Feb. 50' 


Wvndhaiii Kdin. Bewes'' 


19 June 40 p22 July 42 p 3 Aug. 49i 


Georpe Rcnny 


1 Nov. 42 1 May 44 


P28 Dec. 491 


Godfrey James Burue • . 


P 23 May 45 p 26 May 48 


P 18 Apr. 5l| 


Alfred Charles Knox* 


P 5 Apr. 44 


P 23 Jan. 46 


22 Oct. 51 1 


Robert Hole Walters .... 


P 20 Oct. 43 


P 19 May 46 


P 14 Nov. 511 


Lieutenants. 








Wm. Creajjh O'Brien^ .. 


P19 Nov. 41 


26 June 44 




Frederick Reeve, «<(/. . . 


P24 Oct. 45 


P 8 Oct. 47 





BllEV.-MAJ. 



FrancisJohnTvssen Amiel P23 Jan. 46. p 12 Nov. 47 
J.Whittaker Barncs//./>w.! 5 Nov. 47 p 6 July 49; 

George Davies 'P26May48P 7 June 50 

John Co.\ Gawler 1 9 Feb. 49 p 12 July 50 

Albert II. Godfrey, d. a<f/".' p 8 Feb. 5o| p 4 Apr. 51 



Alex. Allan Aitchison 

Hugh -Mackenzie 

John J. Lloyd Williams 
Edwai-d Evans 



P17 May 50 p 18 Apr. 51 
30 Apr. 47 -0 June 51 
P 23 June 49 •'H Nov. 51 
P21 Aug 49 '-27 Feb. 62 

(Jould .\rthur Lucas ! p 12 July 50 28 Feb. 52 

: Henry Albert Non-is ! p 21 July 40 ^ 30 Mar. 49 

I Ensign.S. 4 Captains Fnunce, Bieknell, Peto, and Knox, 

I John James Vincent ....I 25 Feb. 48 anJ Quarter-Master Carson served In the Kaffir 

' Spencer V. Fra. Henslowe' p 18 Apr. 51 1 "Y ^^ 'S*"-'- , ^ ,- « 

/ ,, ,, , , „ '„,f, ;' ^, 6 Captain Bewes served the Kaffir campaign 

James Alex. Caldwell . . p 19 Apr. 51 1 of 1848-7 with tlio 40th Regt. 
Andrew Stackpoole .... P 16 -Mav 51 ' Lieut. CCBnen, nrved in tlie 40lh in the 
Richard Jami-s Hereford 20 Juiie 5ll "'''"'" "' Maliarajpore (wounded) and has re- 
I'oole Francis Shuldha.n ' p23 Jan. 52' ^t^-^r.-SurreUvoune served with the 2»th 

I hilip Olhaut 1 12 Oct. 52 in the campaiRn on the Sutlei (Medal), in- 

Fred. Tichfield Grcatrex . 5 Dec. 51' duJu'S the battles of Feroieshah and Sobraon. 
Paymaster.— iohn Thos. Cochrane, 14 Dec. 49 ; Ens.\^ Apr. 46 ; Xf.22 Dec. 48. 
.\(Qutant. — Lieut. Frederick Ret've, 20 June 51. 
Quarter- Muster. — John Carson,-* 28 Nov. 45. 
6'Mr(/w;i.— Edward Booth, 13 Feb. 52 ; Assist. -Surg. 11 June 41. 
Assist. -Surgeons. — William Baker Young," 8 .Vprir42. 
Walter Hmike Bolton, 6 Dec. 50. 
/•'«c«nj/*Green.— --Ijre/if, C. R. M'Grigor, Esq. 
I MaJor-Oeneral Maephcrson B^cotn^unied part of the R«th to the Mest Indlcj, the latter part of 1795, 

also at the reductiun uf the Brii;and< in Grenada, at' 
th»l iiUnd. kmbarked with the regiment for the 
years be was acliTelj employed in the three Prtsi- 
iih America; wa> present in several >kirini«hes on 
III- stornilni; of it, when he wat noundrj. In June 
preteni at the defence of Cadis. In 



•* 





1 





1 





2 





1 


1 


8 





8 





12 





11 





3 




1 



and was present at the lakinv of St. Lucia, in 1790 ; 

the storm of Port Royal, and several other placet I 

East Indies, in June 1790, and durinK a period of 

deneies. In IBOO rnibarkrd »iih the expiditiuii to .H^ji 

the march to aud in (loiu of Uut-not Ay res, and at i 

1800, he accompanied ibe -J^.d batUiI <.ii l.> the I'eiiin. 

March 1819 be succcrdeU to tli- comuui.d of the Iti LutUilion ; coninmtided It at the baitl.- of Vittoria, 

and at those In the P>renees. l'r...i,l b1»o at the batti- i,f the Mvellc; sure, eded to the coininaiid of the 

regt. at the baitie of Orthe., nn I akMn at the battle „f Toulouse, besides beinc in several inii.or affairs. 

Proceeded in command of the l.t bailalK.n to Cjnaila in July 1814; embarked from ihenre for •»■- 

Netherlands in June 1815. He h». - - • ■' -' '■ 

the silver War Medal <tith three I 

a M.jjr Pinckney servi^J m th- KalBr w..r uf Itno--. and whs honourablv mcniioncd In Sir Oeorro 
Berkeley's general ord.r of the 17th U. c. 1S47, a. ihe .oanmindlng officer oi tlic 73rd Kegiintnu in the 
active operations in the field under tl>st General's command. 

3 Lt-Col. Smith served in the Kaffir war of 1848-7 and was severely woiindod. In .Sir George Berkeley's 
General Order of I7th Ui-c. 1847 he was mentionel in the followinc handsome terms :—" The Lieut. 
Oencrml begs to thank Major Smith, 73rd Regt., who has commanded the Iliad Quarter Camp during tlia 
whole of the active operiiions, for iJie xeal tjia ability which he has »hown." 



ha< receive! ihe gold Mclul and one Cla.p for Vittoria and Urihes : and 
Cl»«pi fi.r Pyreiii-.-.. Nuclle, and Mve. 



226 



74^A {Highland) Regiment of Foot. 



[Emb. for C. of G. Hope, 14 
Mar. 51. Depot at Fernioy. 



The Elephant, superscribed " SERINGAPATAM"— " ASSAYE"— " BUSACO"— 
" FUENTES D'ONOR" — " CIUDAD RODRIGO" — " BADAJOZ"— « SALA- 
MANCA"—" VITTORIA"— " PYRENEES"—" NIVELLE"— " ORTHES"— 
"TOULOUSE"—" PENINSULA." 



Years' Serv. 


50 


Full 


Half 


Pay. 


_Pay. 


30 


Qh 


19 





15 





15 





15 





9 





8 





7 





n 





7 





7 





7 





8 





6 





5 





6 





5 





5 





5 





4 





3 





3 





6 





2 





2 





2 













































9 





6 





9 


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Colonel. 

IP Alexander Thomson,' CB. Ens. 23 Sept. 03 ; Lt. 29 Feb. 04 ; Capt. 14 May 
07; ilffljor, 9 April !2; Lient.-Col. 21 Sept. 13; Col. 22 July 30; Major- 
Gen. 23 Nov. 41 ; Lieut.-Gen. 11 Nov. 51 ; Col. 74th Regt. 15 Aug. 50. 
Lient.-Colonel. 

John MacDufF,'^ Eiis. 10 Feb. 14; Zicut. 26 June 27; Cajit. p 13 April 39; 
Major, 13 Nov. 47 ; Lieut. -Col. P 8 June 49. 

ilfryo?-*.— George Moukland,^ Ens. p 11 July 34; Lt. 25 May 38; Capt. p 10 
July 4G ; Major, 7 Nov. 51. 

Walter Douglas Phillipps Patton/ Ens. P28 Sept. 38 ; Lieut, p 3 Nov. 40 ; Capt. 
P 19 May 46 ; Major, 21 Vfth. 52. 



ENSIGN. 1 


p 17 Mar 


38 


P 9 Juue 38 i 


8 Nov 


441 


6 June 


45 


P 16 Jan. 


46 


P 28 Feb. 


42 


P 3 Apr. 


46 


1 May 
P 7 Aug. 


46 
46 


Pll July 


45 


4 Nov. 


47 


25 Apr. 
P 4 June 


48 
47 


P 7 July 
24 Nov. 


48 
48 


5 Aug. 
P14 Dec. 


48 
49 


P 14 June 


50 


P17 Sept 
31 Mar. 


50 
47 


P18 April 51 1 


P 22 Aug. 


51 


P21 Nov. 


5] 


p 23 Jan. 


52 


14 May 
28 May 

P GJuly 
23 July 

P 5 Nov. 


52 
52 
62 
52 
52 


23 Nov. 


52 


P17 Dec. 


52 



P22 Nov. 39 
P 22 May 40 
P 10 July 46 
P 31 July 46 
P 19 Feb. 47 
P 19 June 46 
p 5 Nov. 47 
P21 July 48 
10 Nov. 48 
P 5 Nov. 47 

2 Aug. 49 

P 3 Aug. 49 

P 3 Aug. 49 

P 24 Sept. 50 

P 7 Mar. 51 

P14 Mar. 61 

7 Nov. 51 

12 Nov. 51 

27 Feb. 62 

P 27 Dec. 50 

6 July 52 

12 Aug. 52 

6 Nov. 52 



BREV.-MAJ. 



14 May 47 
P21 July 48 
P 3 Sept. 60 
P24 Sept. 50 
P 7 Mar. 61 
P14 Mar. 51 
7 Nov. 51 
27 Feb, 52 
17 Sept. 52 
P 30 July 52 



4 Major Patton, Capts. Hancock, 
R. liruce, Breton, Brydon, Kin^. 
and Palmer, Lieuts. Falconer, W. 
Bruce (wounded), Philpot. Thacke- 
ray, Sir David Baird, Lowe, King, 
and Lawson, Paymaster Dunbar, 
(Quarter- Master Daines, Surgeon 
Fraser, and Assist.- jurg. Warden 
served in tbe Katlir war in 1851-2. 



Captains. 
Fitzhardge.WL Hancock'' 

Robert Bruce* 

Johnstone Napier 

William Kelty M'Leod . . 

John Jago .> 

Granville Levison Proby 

Charles Breton'' 

Lewis Augustus Brydon"* 
Henry WelliugtonPaliner^ 

William Ross King 

Lieutenants. 
James Falconer/ adj. . . 
Wm. West James Bruce* 
Augustus Davies, d. pm. 

A. C. Pretyinan 

Philip Philpof 

Hoti. John Colborne .... 
Fred. Rennell Thackerav'' 
Sir David Baiid," Bart 
RobertHenryDruryLowe'' 
Hy. Ridge Wolrige,(l«f?/. 
John Charles King'' .... 
Thomas William Lawson'' 
Charles Wylde Sherlock 
Ensigns. 

Robert Cathcart 

Anthony Delacombe Bell 

John S. Orton Swaffield 

William Shapter Hunt . . 

Marcus L. M'Causland . . 

George Pilkington Blake 

Norman S. M'Crummen 

Robert Frederick Martin 

Paymaster. — Fergusson Dunbar,'' 15 Feb. 60 ; Qr. -Master, 26 April, 44. 

Adjutant. — Lieiit. James Falconer,'' 5 Nov. 47. 

Quarter-Master. — Charles Daines,'' 24 Sept. 41, 

6'«)v/eon.— Jas. Alexander Fraser,* iVI.D., 22 Dec. 48 ; Assist.-Surg. 22 Dec. 39. 

Assistant-Surgeons. — Frederick Robinson, M.D. 19 Nov. 47. 

William Warden,'' M.D. 21 Feb. 51. 
Facings White— Agent, Charles R. M'Grigor, Esq.— Jris/i Agmts, Sir E. R. 
Borough, Bt. Armit & Co. 

1 Lieut.-General Thomson accompanied the 71lh to the Peninsula, landing at Lisbon in Jan. 1810, and was present a' 
the battle of Busaco, retreat to the Lines of Torres Vedras, advance of the army on Massena's retreal therefrom, action a 
Foz d'Arouce (wounded), batUe of I'uentes d'Onor, siege and capture of Ciudad Rodrigo, where he served as Assist. Eng-- 
and for his services was promoted to the rank of Brevet- Miijor ; siege and capture of Badajoz, where he served as Assist- 
Engineer and was slightly wounded when leading about 300 men of the party that stormed and took the Ravcline of St. 
Koque to reinforce the 3rd Division of the army which had taken the Castle ; siege and capture of the Foits of Salamanca, 
where he served as Assist. Engineer and was slightly wounded; battle of Salamanca (severely wounded), siege of Burgos 
and retreat therefrom,— served as Assist. Engineer and had the blowing up of the bridge at Villa Morel and the bridge at 
Cabeson entrusted to him ; battle of Vittoria as second iii command of the 74th ; siege of St. Sebastian where he served as 
Assist. Engineer and for his conduct was promoted to the Brevet rank of Lieut.- Colonel ; battles ol the NivcUe and the Nive, 
passage of°the Bidassoa, and battle of Orthes, besides several skirmishes with bis Regt. at Alflates, Villa de Pastores, 
Albidous, and other places. He has received the gold Medal for St. Sebastian, and the silver War Medal with nme Clasps 
for the other battles and sieges. , . . _ , . . „ -„ 

2 Lieut.-Colonel MacDufT acted as a Field Officer in the 40th during the operations m Candahar and in Afghanistan in 
1841-42 (Medal) ; and he commanded the Grenadier Company in the action at Maharajpore (Medal), 

3 Major Monkland served with the 71th in the Kaffir war in 1811. 



■""j'C^o^"*"' ] 15th Re^jiment of Foot. ["„r(5n?"a"ilr] 227 

The Royal I'i.jcr, superscribcl " INDIA"—" SERINGAPATAM." 
Colonel. 
Sackville Hamilton Berkeley,' Entiim, 1 Mny, 18(H); Lieut. 5 Nov. 00; Capt. 
Uif -id Dtr. 04 ; Major, IS IVli. 08 ;"JLiVm/.-CW. "JO Juiu-, 1 1 ; Col. 27 May, 25; 
•y- Mtuor-C'tit. 10 Jan. 87 ; Lt.-Geii. I) Nov. 40 ; Co/. 76 1'. 10 Sept. 4o. 
A Lieiit.-CohinU.—llohorl Dinnpier llullifax,'^ Ens. fSl July, 'J3 ; /,|■t'«^ ''23 
J line, -Jo; r«/;/. I' 8 April, -20; jVfy. i' ;W July, 3(! ; iJPM/.-Co/. 1-2 Dec. 43. 
Alexander Jardine, Enn. i"2"i April 20 ; Litiit. i'2u Feb. 30 ; Co /it. v 1 1 Mar. 30 ; 

Brce.-Mnj. 9 Nov. 40 ; Maj. 3 April, 4'J ; Lteut.-Col. !• 1 June, 4!). 
iVfyoi-.*.— Charles Herbert, Ens. v 10 Nov. 25 ; Lieut, i' 10 Oct. 20 ; Capt. p27 

S*ept. 33 ; Major, i"25 April, 45. 
E.lwanl Hiekey. En.y. I'22 May, 35 ; Lieut. 20 May, 40; Capt. I'O May, 42 ; 
Major, 1' 1 June, 49^ 



C.\.l'T.\tN». 



BNSIQN. I LIEUT. I CAPTAIN. IBREV.-.MAJ. 



Eilward Knollys I P 18 Oct. 

Uilliani Campbell Mullan i' 10 Jan. 



C harle.t K. P. Gordo 
B. 1). Wanllaw Wjiintiay 
Aufr. Thomas Hothaui .. 

William Brookes 

Jolin Hamilton Cox .... 
Dudley Clart'es Hill 

lilj George Hamilton 

Thomas Clement Dunbar^ 

LlKtTKXANTS. 

William Thomas Smith 



13 De( 
I' 1 5 De( 



P 17 Feb. 
!• 5Au- 



37 
. 42 

I'll Mar. 30 I'll Jan. 31) 

11 Jan. 33 10 Sept. 30 

I' 10 Oct. 34 I'll July 37 

Jan. 3rt I'lO Sept. 41 

Pl(iJune30 22 July 30 



2 Nov. 30 Pl7 Feb. 37 
2 April 41 ' P 13 Oct. 43 



P25 Apr. 45 

P25 June 47 

P 12 Nov. 47 

28 Jan. 48 

31 Mar. 48 

P 4 May 49 

OAug. 47 



1 Apr. 42 P31 Mar. 43 i P25 Apr. 51 



11 Nov. 51 



P31 Jan. 40, 



Edward Wm. John Knox P 18 Oct. 3!) 



[William Meynell 

I George William Muriel.. 



20 July 44 
24 June 42 



James Mason ' p 2 Aug. 44 



12 Dec. 
P 2 Aug. 
P 12 Nov. 

29 July 



I Vincent Jolin Watson .. . 
Browning Drew P 



Wm. John Ja5. Smith 



1 

1 

1 
13 I 

8 


12 • 

6 > 
11 • 

2 



8 Oct. 44 I 
7 Mar. 45 1 1 
20 Jlay 42 1 
10 July 41 
20 Mar. 44 
P 29 July 43 
25 May 44 
P25 Apr. 45 



30 Dec 

10 June 48 
8 Jan. 47 
7 Sept.43 

20 Apr. 44 

11 Feb. 40 
3 Apr. 49 

do. 



Rodney Payne O Shea . 
Jol.n R. S.litzGerald . 

John Nolan 

Chas. Greenwood Walsh 
Tliomas Milies,^<(/. .. . 

Richard Barter 28 Apr. 40 

Charles Fitzroy Barnett p 12 Nov. 47 
John Robertson TurnbuU 14 Jan. 48 
David William Martin .. p 10 June 48 

.\lfred Harrison p 25 Aug, 48 

Charles Compton Abbott 22 July 42 

Charles Robert Rivers ..Pi Sep't.48'P31 Oct 

Henry Cowell 12 Jan. 49 i •' 13 Apr 



2 Llent.-Col.Hnllifax served 
in the Kaffir campaigns ot 1834 



do. 
do. 
4 May 49 



Campbell Mitchell.. 
OswaldDeLaiiccvPriaulx 
ExsitiNs. 

William Henry JJrquliart P 9 Feb 

Edw-ard Villiers Briscoe . 

Thomas Carlisle 

(leo. C. Norris Faithfull 
I'llieodorc Arnndcll ... 

j William Crozier I 1ft Apr. 52 

I IJob.Wra. Arnold Torckler 10 Apr. 52 

William ClixeJuMicc .. 10 Dec. .V2 



4 Oct. 



3 Apr. 49 ,P18 June 52 

4 Apr. 49 



49 

P 18 Sept. 49 
|P17 Jan. 61 
IP 14 Mar. 51 
P2l Nov. 51 



3 Capt. Gordon served in Hie 
campnigns ncainst the Kaffir 
Tribes of South Africa in 1834- 
85. Also as assistant eneineer 
durint; J837 and 1638, on the 
eastern front ir of the Cape 
Colony; and einplored under 
CDlonel Lewis, cotnmandinK 

1 June 49 Hojnl Entinecrs, to execute a 
14 Jan. 30 , confidtntiul survey (trigono- 
metrical and statistical) ou 
that frontier. 

4 ('upt. Dunbar served with 
the flank companies 98th Rep. 
In the force under Sir Colin 
Campbell nt the forclnp; of the 
Kohat Past in Pi-b. I860. 



24 May 44 



\Pai/>aai>ter.— l)aMd Francis Chan.bcrii, 26 Jan. 49 ; Ens. PSlJan. 40- Litut 
I AiijutHnt.—Lievt. Thomas Milles, 1 1 Feb. 48. [G May 42. 

Quiirtvi -Mn.ifvT.—iu\u\ Dunlop. 9 Feb. 49; Ens. 1 May 40. ' ' 

j5i(r<7eon.— (iiorye Williamson, .M.D., i;) July, 47 ; Asri.ft.-Surrj. 20 Mar. 41. 

Auittant-Surgeon$. — John Ijiwrencc Jolinstt>n, 31 Dec. 47, 



H'MV Ai 



J'acinffy \ 
1 Lu.O«n. Rvrkelry trrred at iht • 
St. John, and Si. Croix, in 1807; and <! vmin:' 
bts rtcrlTcd tbc War Medal with two ctuf* tor Mi 



li'troi.jf, 17 June 42. 

iry Fraser, 21 Feb. 51. 

ff, .Messrs. Barron and Smith. 

m. m 1SC4; of the Danikh Islands of St. TholBt^ 
'. .n ltC9, IncludInK the siege of Fort Bourbon. H« 
iimtqur Dod OoadtJoupe. 



228 PoreignServ.l 
L 21 Feb. 48. J 



l&th Regiment of Foot. 



rServlng at 

Years' Serv.i '^^^ Elephant , circumscribed " HIJVDOOSTAN"—"jVIVE"^'' PENINSULA." 

7?. ,^ Colonel. 

__56__|y Sir Robert Arbuthnot,' KCB. 



H ,fi on A m 7,, ■ - Cor7iet,li&n.Q7; Lieut. \Zune,QT, Capt. 

Half 20 Aug 02 ; Major, 1 3 Aug. 09 ; Lieut. -Col. 22 May, 1 1 : Col. 19 July, 21 • 
-iZl Major-Gen. 22 July, 30 ; Lt.-Gen. 23 Nov. 41 ; Col. 76th Regt. 31 May, 43! 
Lieut. -Colonel. 
Joseph Clarke, £?M. 22 March, 10; Lieut, p 10 June, 13: C«»i?. p24 Feb '>o • 
Major, 26 June, 33; Lieut.-Col. 17 Sept. 39; Col. 11 Nov. 51. ' ' 

Majors. 
Richard Gardiner, £"?«. 12 May 14; Lieut. 29 Sept. 25; C«»if. p5 April 33- 
Major, 1 1 Nov. 45. ^ i i , 

Robert Clifford Lloyd, ^res. p30 Dec. 26; iiew;'. p 8 Jdne 30 ; Cr/ /;^. p 3 June 
36 ; Brev.-Major, 9 Nov. 46; Major, 3 Sept. 47. 



Captains. 
Geo. Fred. Cooper Scott 

Henry Brewster 

Collingwood Fenwick . , 
Chas. S. S. Evans Gordon 
Henry Dalton Smart. . . 
Morley S. Tynte Dennis 
|! i3 Archibald Campbell'-. 



John Gore Ferns 



LIEUT. 



7 





5 


3 


6 





7 





12 


1% 


6 





6 





5 





2 


o 


2 


o 


2 





2 





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1 






Thomas Tydd 

Wm. Wood Senhouse. . . 

Lieutenants. 
Henry Hearne Lacy, Adj 
Charles O'Donoghue. . . , 

Wilford Brett , 

John William Preston . , 

Benjamin Rising 

Thomas Crawford Poole 
James Cumming Clarke 
John Cumming Clarke . . 

Andrew Gammell 

Allen Noble Adams .... 
George Wedderburne^ . . 

James Fox Bland 

Matthew White I 2 April 41 

Ensigns. 
WalterMontfordWestropplP 4 June 4' 



25 Oct. 27 I P 3 Mav 31 
P18 Oct. 33iP19 Aug-. 36 
P 4 Sept. 35 P 7 April 37 
12 Oct. 32 P 3 June 36 
P 31 Dec. 33 'p25 Aug. 37 
P18 Sept. 35 iP28 Nov. 37 
7 Mar. 11 j 5 Mar. 12 
3 May 31 23 Feb. 38 
3 June 36 P 19 Oct. 38 
7 April 37 I 20 July 39 



captain. Ibret.-maj. 



P 1 July 36 
P 9 Nov. 39 
P 3 April 40 
P20 Dec. 42 

8 Jan. 43 

PIO Nov. 43 

P27 Oct. 37 

14 Apr. 46 

3 Sept. 47 
14 Oct. 51 



P 1 Feb. 39 I P 16 Apr. 41 

29 Aug. 39 P 20 Dec. 42 

P 29 May 40 'p 13 Jan. 43 

26 Jan. 44 P13 Nov. 46 

26 July 44 ; P 8 Dec. 46 

P 15 Dec. 40 ' P 10 May 44 

P28 Mar. 45 p 4 June 47 

11 Nov. 45,' 3 Sept. 47 

16 Apr. 46 |P 4 Apr. 51 

P27 June 45 jP 3 Sept. 47 

" 3 Dec. 47 'p21 Dec. 49 

8 Dec. 46 14 Oct. 51 

26 June 46 



2 Major Campliell 



9 Nov. 
11 Nov. 
11 Nov. 



II Nov. 51 



ved Willi the 77th in 



Henry John HeighamjP22 June 47 i the Peninsula, from Aug. 1812 to the en-l of 
John Geddes ' 25 Aug. 48 I "',='* '^="' '" '8'*, "nd was present at the block- 
Henry Jeffery Robinson |p17 Jan. 51 , ^'^^ °'^ ''^yo^'ie '''"d repulse of the sortie. 
Charles Thos. Caldecott |P 4 Apr. 61 ' 

John Vincent ip 2 May 51 I 

Edward Wm. Fred. Acton! 5 Dec. 51 I 
i I 



P«y/H««^er.— Robert Thos.Hearn, 30 Sept. 51; Ens. 19 A 
Adjutant. — Lieut. Henry llearn Lacy, ] May' 46 
QuarterMa^fei:— Henry Tyler, 3 Sept. 47 ' 

Surffeo7t.-Ilohevt Thornas Scott, 7 Aug. 46; Assist. -Surg. 15 July 36, 
Assista7it-Surgeo?is.— George Anderson Wilkinson, 17 Dec. 47 
Thomas O'Kearnev Gorrlnn oq Tq,, 'f;o ' 



44; Lt. 29 May 47. 



Facings Red. 



Sir Robert Arljutlmot i 



'Kearney Gordon, 23 Jan. 52. 
-Agent, Sir John Kirkland. 



namuck on the 8,h Sept., against \hrFrench."'lt''lL''capture of thf 0^''"';"^ *"f "if' '"^ °' ^''"•^■ 

Proceeded from thence to South America, on the staff of Lord RprLf.''!. "' ^°°'^ ^°^''' '" l^'*^^' 

previous to the surrender of Buenos AyVes? an^af tfo Sgeteur^Lf^l^e^re'c^u""' " "" "■''"''^ 

niards: he was subsequent y thirteen months a nrisnncv n„ v • . oeioie its lecap 

on the staff of Lord Bereiord in the Island of'^ ad" ; and aft/,'. ^S^dc"''"?, ^T^'- -^"1""=^ "' 

the end of that ^var in 1814. with the oxcertion of 'the fi t'part of 18 3 nn, "=*'!" P'^""'^"'^' ^'^ 

three clasps for Busaco, Albuhera, Badajoz. Nivelle, NivrOrt les anf To^ '- ^ 

above, he was also present at the battle of Corunna,'passage of tlie Douro l^r 

and reduction of Olivenfa, first siege of Badaioz, third sie-e and storni of RiniiA ;, ■ 

of Ciudad Rodngo passage of the Adour, and in a greirmany o^rTtol^^^^^ "'^'^ aud stojming 

has also received the War Medal and two clasps for Corunna Ld C 

3 Lt. Wedderburne served with the 24th Regt. dui 
sent at the battle of Goojerat (Medal and one clasp). 



Toulouse. Independent of the 

Douro, lines of Torres Vedras, siege 

the siege t 

less importance. 

Jdad Rodrigo. 
ng the Punjaub campaign of J848-40, and was pre- 



«t W titdon. J 



77th { Tlic East Middlesex) Refjiinent of Foot. 229 



On tlie Colours and Appointments, the Plume of the Prince of ^Vales 
"SEllINC.Al'ATAM"— "CIUUAD RoDRKiO "— " DA DAJOZ '•— 
"PKMNSULA." 



Ve«M-8erv 


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2o 





25 





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16 





11 





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Colonel. 
4) Sir George Brown,' KCH. KII. Ens. '23 Jan. 00 ; Lieut. 8 Sept. 00 ; Cr.ft. 20 

June, 11; M({jor, '20 May, 14; Lieut.-Col. 29 Sept. 14; Co/. May, 31 j 

.V({jor-Gen. '23 Nov. 41 ; Lt.-Gen. 11 i\ov.51 ; Col. 77th Foot, 11 April, [>\. 
Licitt.-Colonel. 
Thomas Graham Egerton, Ens. '24 Dec. 29; Lieut. PQ Mar. 32; Capt. i"23 Jan. 

35; M({jur, •' 7 Feb. 4o ; Lieut.-Col. i'27 Dec. 50. 
M({jors. — Robert Jocelvn Straton, Ens. 10 Jan. 28 ; Lieut, i' 18 Jan. 33 ; Capt. 

•■ -20 Apr. 39 ; Major, •■ 18 Autr. 48. 
George Dixon, Ens. P 30 Dec. 28 j Lieut. P 20 Dec. 34; Capt. P'29 Nov. 39: 

Major, P 27 Dec. 60. 



ENSIGNS. 



LIEUT. CAPTAIN. 



11 Aug. 35 P 7 Feb. 45 
Pll Nov. 42 P23 May 45 

8 Nov. 43 P18 AufT. 48 
P 13 July 38 2 Aug. 50 
P30 Aug. 44 I' 27 Dec. 50 

28 Au-. 39 25 July 51 
P 7 IVb. 45 i'25Julv 51 
P23 May 45 p 31 Oct. 51 
P'25 June 44 p26 Mar. 52 

9 Nov. 43 25 Nov. 52 



Captains. 

William Forbes p 2 Dec. 31 

E«l. Hen. LowtherCroftonP 10 May 39 

.\lexan<ler Aitkcn 1 Feb. 39 

Bartholomew O'lirien ..'p15 Apr. 30 
Geo. Ilarrv Smith Willis 'p'23 Apr. 41 

John llackett | 17 Nov. 37 

IKiiry Robert Cardcu . . ;p 11 Nov. 42 

Francis Kennedv , 20 July 44 

Henry Johling Wallack'. .^p 22 July 43 

George Cary p'28 Dec. 41 

Lieutenants. j 
Thomas Oriel Forster .. p25 Nov. 42 P14 Feb. 45! 

George Leslie 22 Nov. 44 p 7 July 46J 

W.Went.GrantDilke,^(/;.Pl4 Feb. 45: 2 Mar. 49; 

John Nicholson p 19 Nov. 47 p 1 Sept. 48 | 

Henrv Kent p 8 Aug. 45 p '23 Aug. 50 j 

Williim Ronalds i" 20 Dec. 40 '25 July 51 1 

Win. H.C. George PechellP 1 Aug. 48 p '25 July 51 1 

William Rickman p 12 Sept. 48 p 31 Oct. 51 1 

Howard St. George .... p 19 June 40 15 June 48 ! 
Bentinck Duncan Gilbv 17 Nov. 48 P'20 Feb. 52 

Robert Walnieslev p 18 Sept. 49 P2(i .Mar. 52 

W. Molesworth Cole Acton p 1 7 Sept. 50 p 2 Apr. 52 ' 
Charles Hoskin France..,? 10 May 51 10 Dec. .'52! 

Kn.signs. I 

James Arthur Maude 
Rol>crt James llardingc.. 
Win. Josejdi Canltn .... 
Edward Henry Chawner 
Arthur Maurice Richards i 



BKEVET- 
MAJOR. 



11 July 51 
19 Aug. 51 

5 Dec. 51 
' 13 Feb. 52 

12 .Mar. 52 



Richd. Butler Willington p 10 Apr. 52 

Francis Alder |p 1 4 May 52 

Audley Lempri^rc 10 Dec. 52! 

6 I Prti/«ifM/cr.— William Galway, 29 Sept. 43; Ens. 4 Nov. 13; Lieut. 27 Julv '20 : 
I ; rnK-iApr-41. 
8 I \A({jutaut.—Lieut.\ii\\\&m W<-ntworth Grant Dilkc, 4 April, .01. 
& I (Quarter-Master. — John Remington Breading, 23 June, 48. 

17 I Aiirr/w/i.— Joseph Samuel I'rendcignst, .M.D.22May A(\ ; Assist. -Sur. 10 Feb. 30. 
'• xAuistuHt-Sunjeon. — Christopher .Macartney, M.B., 2 Feb. 44. 
I [lieturnedfroin Xorth .Imrrica, 25 June 48.] 

J'acinijs Yellow. — Aijents, Messrs. Cox ic Co. 

1 Sir Ueo.gc Uruon ier\itl al llie >iprfc and rupture of Cop«-nhngcn, in 1807; in tlie Pcnlniula from 
AU(. IMt) lu Juljr ISII ; anil again from Jutjr IS|3 to May 18U, tnchiJIn; the battle of Yiniicra, putsacc of 
lb* Douro ana capture of Uporto, wtlh Ihe prerlout and tul>te<)uent DCIIont; balllo <if Talntera (ievereljr 
■ oundid Ihruuiih boili lbiKl»>. anion uf the Liglil Uivitioii at Ihr bridgo uf Almeida, battle uf Kutaco, lliu 
diflWrtnt actiunt duruiij t.i- ntrral ul the Frenrli army from Purluxul, action ut S4|t)ucal, battle of Fucntis 
d'Ooor. tiega ol Sjii >lia>tiiin, battlit of lh<- Nivi-llo and Nire, and the inretlinrnt of IKiyonne. Served 
afterwaidt In thi' Aincricuii war, and wai present ut the batlla of iilndentburg and rupture of Wasliinglon. 
Stl(htly wounde-l in the head and very »everi ly in the groin at Uladeniburg. Ho has received the IV .\r 
Med*l wiUi «e»in L ij^i^. 

3 I'apt. Wallnck t. TM-d the campaign on Ihe SutlrJ in IS46-0 (medal) wilh the Olh, and WM pmrnt ut 
the battle* of Muo-Jkee, Ferozejhah and iJobraou. 

t 1 



-^"^''•f°^fg''^'2-] 1 %th{Higliland)Re(jt. of F. {or Ross-shire Buffs.) \^<'^^ Q«--^' Ade„ 



awing at Bon 
MAIDA"— "JAVA. 



52 



Serv.Apr. 

" Cuidich'n Rhl." — The Elephant, superscribed " ASSAYS "- 

Colonel. 

P 912a Sir Neil Douglas,' KCB. KCH. 2m<Z Lt. 28 Jan. 01 ; Lt. 16 July, 02 ; 

Capt. 19 April, 04 ; Major, 31 Jan. 11 ; Lt.-Col. 3 Dec. 12 ; Col. 27 May, 25 ; 

Maj.-Gen. 10 Jan. 37 ; Lt.-Gen. 9 Nov. 46 ; CoZ. 78th Highlanders, 29 Dec. 51. 

Lt.- Cols. —Walter Hamilton, E71S. i'2>^Jan. 19; i^. p 15 Apr. 24; Capt.flb 

Mar. 33; Brev.-Maj. 9 Nov. 46; Major, PIO Dec. 47 ; Lt.-Col. 2 Oct. 49. 
Henry William Stisted,^ £■«.?. p 4 Dec. 35 ; Lieut. p29 Sept. 38; Capt. P29 Apr. 
42 ; Major, ^-IQ May 48 ; Lt.-Col. P 19 April 50. 
LVfyors.— Henry Hamilton, Ens. p 13 Aug. 29; Lieut. P29 Nov. 33; Capt. 
P29 April 42 ; Major, p 19 Aiiril 50. 
Colin Campbell M'Intyre, Ens. 9 Apr. 25; Lieut, vn July 28; Capt. p28 Apr. 
37 ; Major, 19 June 50. 



Captains. 
Wm. M. G.M'Murdo^ .. 
John Fowden Haliburton 

Peter Grehan* 

George Henry Hunt .... 
Jas. Duncan MacAndrew^ 
Charles Thomas Bentley 
Thomas Molyneux Keogh 
Grieme Alex. Lockhart 
William Henry Ridge . . 
Thos. R. Diummond Hay 
Lieutenants. 

Alex. Mackenzie 

Douglas Hastings 

Robert B. Arthur Purvis 
L. Plevdell Bouverie,orf/. 
Wm. Buck C.Aug. Parker 
Wm. M'Gregor Archer. . 
H owardDo uglasCam pbell 
Wm. aEneas Moncrieffe. . 
George Floyer Sydenham 

Robert Douglas'' 

Thomas Anderson 

Robert Bogle 

Donald Stuart 

HerbertTaylorMacpherson 
Duncan D. Grahame. — 

Joseph Webster 

Horatio Gillmore 

John Simeon Fran. Dick 
Joseph P. H, Crowe .... 

Arthur Cassidy 

John Hunter 

A. Wickham PymWeekes 
Thomas Gilley 



ENSIGNS. 



CAPTAIN. ;BRE1 



1 July 371 5 Jan. 41} ? July 43 1 18 Feb. 
P 15 Feb. 33 I P 28 Apr. 37 \ 24 Oct. 44 
P 8 April 26 j 26 Nov. 30 1 p 18 Sept. 40 
~" P 9 Nov. 38 j 12 May 48 
p 21 May 41 ! p 6 Oct. 48 
11 Mar. 37 27 Oct. 48 



8 Jan. 36 

p 15 Mar. 39 

30 May 34 

P21 June 39 

8 Dec. 37 
P 13 Mar. 40 



4 Mar. 42 
8 April 42 

5 Mar. 41 



P 2 Aug. 39 P 5 Nov. 41 

' 7 Feb. 40 8 April 42 
20 Mar. 40 8 April 42 
n May 39 IP 15 May 40 



Ensigns. 
I Henry Preston Elrington 
j Andrew Cathcart Bogle 
[Richard Hughes Martin 
Seymour V. Hale Monro 

[Alexander M'Leod 

iJohn Finlay 

Hugh Grogan Davidson 



7 Sept. 41 

16 Oct. 39 

p 1 April 42 

9 April 42 

P 17 Mar. 43 

P 29 April 42 

2 April 41 

23 May 45 
P14 Apr. 46 
P 12 June 46 

28 Feb. 45 
P 5 Mar. 47 
P 10 Dec. 47 

31 Mar. 46 
P 11 Dec. 47 

27 Oct. 46 
P17 Nov. 48 

21 May 47 

P 6 Oct. 48 

never 



P 20 Oct. 48 
V 28 Dec. 49 
p 23 Mar. 49 
P17 May 50 

17 Sept. 50 
P14 Feb. 51 

11 July 51 



28 Dec. 42 
P 17 Feb. 43 

24 Oct. 44 

29 Nov. 44 
P17 Jan. 45 

9 Nov. 46 

28 Dec. 42 

PIO Dec. 47 

P 1 1 Dec. 47 

p 23 May 48 



31 Dec. 49 
19 Apr. 60 
17 Sept. 50 
17 Nov. 48 



2 Lt.-Col. Stisted served nitli the 
Queen's Royals during the cam- 
paign in Alfghanistan and Beloo- 
chistan under Lord Keane, includ. 
ing the slorm.and capture of Ghuz- 
nee (wounded) --■ "' '•"-'-' 



I As- 



of Khelat. 



P26 Sept. 48 ,j5,a„t Quarter- Master- General of 
P 6 Oct. 48 ' the Army under Sir Charles Napier 
'^1 '["IPC 4Q during the campaign in Scinde in 
mn » rn! 1M3 (medal), and was present in 

P 19 Apr. OU , the battle of Meanee,— in which his 
17 Sept. 50 j horse was shot under him; skirmish 
P14 runP.50 ""'> »*"= <'"'"°'>' """"^ conducting 
V 14 June OU „,,= „ stack's brigade from Muttaree 
6 Dec. 50 to form a junction with Sir Charles 
P 14 Sept S') Napier's force at Hydrabad; and bat- 
n V«C Qn tie of Hydrabad, where he received 
J i\ OV . tiU I jj^jj^g wound in the right breast. 
I He again served as Assist. Quarter- 
master General to Sir Charles Napier's Army during 
the campaign against the Mountain and Desert Tribes 
situated on the right bank of the Indus, early in 1845. 
4 Major Grehan served with the Queen's Royals 
throughout the campaign in Alfghanistan and Belooch 
istan under Lord Keane, and was present at the storm 
and capture of Ghuznce (Medal) and of Khelat. 

6 Capt. MacAndrew served with the 40th through- 
out the operations in Candahar in Affghanistan in 
1841 and 42, and has received the Medal inscribed 
" Candahar, Ghuznee, Cabool I84i." 






I'i P«2/»!«ito'.— Edward Evans, 30 July, 44; ^n*. 24 March 25 ; Lieut. o3^n. 21 \ 

Adjutant.— Lieut. Lawrence Pleydell Bouverie, 10 Oct. 50. [Co;**. 24 Nov. 4J. 

QM«rto'-.ZlfrMto-.— Joseph Webster, 31 May, 39; -£•«.«. 23 Nov. 38. 

5Mrj/eon.— Arthur Charles Webster, 30 June 48 ; Assistant-Surgeon, 6 Apr. M. 

Assist.-Surgeons.—'D&ViA Reid M'Kinnon, 12 Dec. 43. 

James Leitch, M.D. 23 Jan. 46. 

I Arthur Stewart Willocks, 3 Sept. 47. 

Fr/ci«ffsBuif.— ^j/eni, Andicw Lawrie, Esq. 

1 Sir Neil Douglas served with the 79th at the siege of Copenhugen, in 1807; with the expedition to twraen 

ill 1808; and subsequently to Portugal and Spain, including the battle of Corunna. Expedition to W aicnerc 

and siege of Flushing, in 1809; the Peninsular campaigns from Dec. 1809 to Jan. 1811, and again irom 

April 1813 to the end of that war in 1814, including the defence of Cadiz, and battle of Busaco-wounaea 

■ ■ - - ' -- nnlhprin the left arm: battles of the Pyrenees, ^lvelle, 



to the end of that war in 1814, including the defence of Cadiz, ai 
through the left shoulder-joint by a ball, and by another in the left arm; battles of the Pyrenees, 
Kive, and Toulouse. Served also the campaign of 1815, and was severely wounded througii the ri„nt knee 
by a ball, and contused from a ball hitting a button, at Quatre Bras. Sir Neil has received the go'a "oss 
tne the Pyrenees, Nivelle, Nive, and Toulouse ; and the silver War Medal and two clasps for torunna ai. 
Busaco. 
8 Lt, Douglas lerved with the Buffs at the battle of Funniar (medal). 



Head Quarli<r<1 
at Bdiuburgli. J 



Idth Rcgt. of Foot {Cameron Iliyhlanders). 



Vemn'Serv. 

68 

Full ■ Hulf 



231 

" EUMONT-OP-ZHK,"— T1ic5/(/i<;ij:, with the worila " EGYPT" "FUENTES 

D'ONOR'— "SALAMANCA"— "I'YRKNEES"—" NIVELLE"— "NIVE"~ 

"TOULOUSE"— "I'EXINSULA"—" WATERLOO." 
Colonel.— l^UM^wi Iluy.'CU. Cornet, \Q June Orj ; Lieut. 20 April 98: 

Capt. -.'8 Fib. Wo ; M„j. 2 Jan 12 ; Lieut. -Col. 18 Feb. 13 ; Col. 22 Julv 30 • 

Mty.-Gcn. 23 N'ov. 41 ; Lt.-Gen. 1 1 Nov. 51 ; Col. 7911. Highlanders, 8 Feb.49! 
Lieut.-Col. — Eilinund James Elliot, i';i.». p5 April 31 ; Lt. I'lO Oct 34 • Cant 

V 3 April 40; Mryor, i' 12 April 44 ; Lieut.-Col. P24 Dec. 52. ' 

Mi\jors. — James Ferguson, Ens. i" 27 Julj 3i 

Sept. 40; M(\jor, v 25 Aug. 40. 
John Douglas, Ens. vG Sept. 33; Lieut. p8 July 36; Capt. p8 June 41 

Brev.-Mnjor, 1 .\ov. 42; Mf^jor, P24 Dec, 52. 



Lieut. P 7 Aug. 35 ; Capt. v 



Captains 



\Vm. Monro | p 10 Oct. 34 p 29 Dec. 37 

Richard C. II. Taylor . . i 11 Dec. 35 P2t} Mar. 39 



Robert Douglas Clephane 

William M'Call 

.\ndrew Huut 

Thomas Bromliead Butt . 
Wm. Chauval Hodgson. . 

Henry Murray 

Henry Wotlon Campbell 
Keith Ramsay Maltlaud 

LlEUTK.NANTS 

Henry .Mackay, Ailj 

Alcx.CockburnM'Barnett 



P 8 June 38,P18 Sept. 40 
P29 Mar. 39 p 8 June 41 
P22 Feb. 40 p 15 Juns 42 
P 3 April 40 !> 2 Aug. 42 
P18 Sept 40 P 10 Feb. 43 
P 1 Jane 41 23 Aug. 43 
P14 April 43 P 4 July 46 
P 4 July 45 P 25 Aug. 40 



44 
45 
2 Apr. 47 



18 Jujie 41 

19 Aug. 42 
P 30 Jan. 40 

P 9 June 40jPll June 47 
P 20 June 40 p 31 Dec. 47 
P 24 July 40 I P 31 Mar. 48 

25 Apr. 48 



P 14 June 42 
P 23 Aug. 44 
Pll Apr. 45 
P 14 Nov. 45 
P 25 Aug. 40 
P 2 Apr. 47 
PllJune 47 
1*12 Dec. 51 
P 22 Oct, 52 
P 24 Dec. 52 



BRBV.-MAJ. 



11 Apr 
28 Nov 
George Murray Jliller .. 

Adam Maitland 

W. Cuningh. Cuninghamc 
Etlward William Cuming 

William Scott |p 11 iVov. 45 

Charles Millns Harrisson I p 3 Nov. 40 p27 Oct. 48 

James Web.>ter |p 2 Apr. 47 p 12 Oct. 49 

FrancisAugustusGrant,^. P 11 June 47 P20July 50 
Francis Joseph Harrisson | 22 June 47 M' 1 Oct. 50 

John Scott , P 27 Oct. 48 ,' p22 Oct. 52 

Henry Holford Stevenson] 29 June 49,P24 Dec. 52 

EXSION8. \ 

James Herbert Fremc . . , P 19 Oct. 49 . 
Randolph Ralph Adderley p 15 Feb. .'Jo| 

rhilip I'ercival PIG Aug. 50 

R. P. O. Xorrf Louth ..'P12Dec. 5r 
Francis Charles Turner. . p 9 July 52 i 
George Alex. Harrisson p23 Nov. 62 1 
R.F.H.MacgregorSkinner p 17 Dec. 52 

Paymaster. — John Comes,' 5 Nov. 47 ; Quarter-Muster, 2Ci 

2 Oct. 40; Lieut. P23 March 47. 
Adjutant. — Z,i>«^. Henry Mackay, 10 Juno 41. 
Quarter-Master. — Robert Jameson, 11 May, 49. 
Surgeon.— 3i>\m Grant, 10 Julj 40; Assat.-Surg. 9 June 37. 
Auist.-Surgeon. — Thoniaa Goldie Scot, M.D. 14 Dec. 41. 

Facings Green. — Agents, .Mes-srs. Cox & Co. 
[Returned from Canada, 30 Aug. 1851.] 



3 Ptfmajler Cornes lervKl »lih 
the i3r<l in the ctrnptipi on th» 
Sutlej in 1846 (meiUI). and com. 
muidcd Ihe renr-guard at Buddiwal 
when cut oir by the enemy'i cavalrf, 
and cITcctcd hit retreat in an or- 
derly manner in the face ol the 
cntir* Seik cavalr>-,— hit conduct on 
thit occasion afterwardt elicited the 
Dulee of Wellington't " cordial «p. 
probation and thanlti for the gallanuy 
and judgment he ditplayed in pru> 
lecting Ihe baggage and tick in tlia 
moTcn-eol tOKardt Loodiana. mbm 
atlaiked by a large force ol th* 
enemy on Ihe 21st January." ■• 
ntt alto present at the batllea %t 
Alioal and Sobraon. At Buddimi 
he wat wounded in the leg, and bit 
horte waa thot under hira. 



June 41 ; Cornet, 



I LleuL-Graeta 



rd daring Ihe PcniMuUr >ir In the I'.'h l.finrrr'. am! '.at prrwnt at the pajiage uf the Douio 

" "" •"*" *'"■ ""■ '""I ■■■" - '•■ >^-' >r, battle of Talarera, arUoni at He 

"I the Regu In an affair allb the 

' ■ n.— the Dull,- 1)1 Wellington in bia 

.. into action at Sslainanca hr had bis 

.-, . 'Mill the rnetny on fcrrral oeraaiona, 

c iiar^uard aoil tufrrrrtl irvrrrly In oSccr* 

., the Nivrllr.ancl llir Niirr. the package of tb« 

.:n of IS16, and c.nimanUrd the 16ih l^aneer* 

' ' had rrmalnrdoii thr B.ld nftaMlrelthldayt 

n liri...-li Hr »»< n.jmiri.:. ! i f. ir.i «iu. n ..f Ihe Baih for hit leririret In the renlniula. and 

I. for tenlrrt In the Held : rrreltrd a tiold Medal and Clatp for Viitoria and Nire ; tbe SiWrr 

I fur TalaTrta.Fuentrtd'Ooor, and Mrellc j ud «u gaxrttrd a Companloa of the Bath again 



Irrv! Marri837°] ^^^'^ ^^9^' ^f Foot{Staffordsliire Volunteers), [^n ^^"[.^-^^eainst the 

TheSp/iiHX, with the words " EGYPT"— "MOODKEE "— « FEROZESHAH"— " SOBRAON." 

Colonel. 
Heiuy Daubeney,» KH. Ens. 8 July 95 ; Lieut. 21 Oct. 95 ; Capt. 7 Sept, 96 • 

Major, 25 May 08 ; Lt.-Col. 11 Dec. 13; CoL 22 July 30; Major-Gen. 23 

Nov. 41 , Lieut.-Gen. 11 Nov. 51 ; Col. 80th Foot, 31 Jan. 50. 
Lieut. - Cols. —1^ Charles Lewis,^ Cornet, 9 June 13; Lt. 30 Dec. 19; Cant. 22 

Mar. 32 ; Brev.-Maj. 19 June 46; Maj. 3 Feb. 47 ; Lt.-Col. p 22 Feb. 50. 
George Hutchison, Lieut. 14 July 14; Capt. p26 July 27; Brev.-Major 23 

Nov. 41 ; Major, 27 Sept. 42; Lieut.-Col. p7 June 50. ' 

Majors. — Robert George Hughes, Ens. p 29 June 30 ; Lieut, p 6 July 32 • Capt. 

P 3 Dec. 41 ; 3Iajor, p 22 Feb. 50. ' 

Richard Talbot Sayers,* Ens. p19 Apr. 27; Lieut, p 25 May 32; Capt.lG 

Mar. 43 ; Major, 7 May 52. 



•32 



Captains. 
Lambert L. Montgomery* 
Samuel Tolfrey Christie'^ 

Anthony Ornisby^ 

Robert Hawkes^ 

Edward Hardinge^ .... 
George Dean Pitt 



ENSIGN. 1 LIEUT. 



P 22 June 38!p17 Jan. 40 
p 22 Jan. 36 p 13 July 38 
p 13 July 38 ;P 2 July 41 
Dec. 31 8 July 37 
P31 Dec. 41 
19 Jan. 44 



Pll Jan. 40 
11 Oct. 39 
Cha.FitzGeraldStuddert'"! P 22 Apr. 42 
Edward Alan Holdich" iP 2 July 41 

Charles Duperier'- j 29 Dec. 40 

Benjamin Hallowell'Boxer 21 May 42 

Lieutenants. 
Astell Thomas Welsh'3 .. ip21 May 41 
George Samuel Young,'*/'. 16 July 41 
WmFred.AdamsColman'* 1 15 June 43 
Henry Geo. John Bowler'* ! 16 June 43 
Hamilton Charles Smith'-jP 8 Oct. 44 
//o/t.JohnlloweM.Browne' 27 Feb. 46 

George Bodle,'Mf// i 23 May 45 

11 Nov. 45 
22 Dec. 45 



Bliss John Hume 

Matthew Kirkland' 

Frederick Miller ! 16 May 45 ]p 4 April 46 



P 24 Nov. 43 
26 July 44 
26 July 44 
28 Aug. 45 

26 July 44 
do. 

10 Mar. 45 
13 July 45 
24 Dec. 45 

11 Dec. 

21 Feb. 46 
P 17 Mar. 48 
20 Oct. 48 



captain. 



skev.-maj. 



P 28 July 43 

28 Aug. 45 

25 Dec. 45 

11 Oct. 44 

P 22 Dec. 48 

4 May 49 

4 May 49 

P 22 Feb. 50 

7 May 52 

P 12 Oct. 52 



2 Lt.-Col.Le«isservcaintlie Pen- 
insula from Aug. 1813 to the end of 
that war in 1814. Also the cam- 
paigns of 1825 and 26 in Burmah, as 
Brigade-Major. He served the 
campaign on the Sutlej (medal) 
with the 80th, including the battles 
of Moodkee, Ferozeshah.&Sobraon, 
14 Lieuts. Young, Colman, and 
Quarter master Crawford, served 
the campaign on the Sutlej with 
the 80th, including the battles of 
Moodkee, Kerozeshah, and Sobraon 
(medal and two clasps). Lt. Young 
was wounded at Sobraon. Lieut. 
Colman, when on passage to India 
in the transport Briton, was 
wrecked on the lesser Andaman 
in Nov. 1841, and remained on 
that islands! days, suffering very 



7 Capt. Ormsby served the cam- 
paign on the Sutlej (medal), includ- 
ing the battles of Aliwal and Sobra- 
on. Was also present at Buddiwal. 
9 Captain Hardinge was present 
with the 39th in the action at 
Maharajpore on the 29th December 
1843 (medal). He served the cam- 
paign on the Sutlej (mcdal)with the 
80th, including the battles of Moodkee and Sobraon, 
10 Capt. Studdert served in the 9lh Lancers during 
campaign Jn 1843-4 against Gwalior, including 



ud the 



P25Sept. 46 
James John Dudgeon ...\ 20 Alar. 46 p22 Dec. 48 
Donald Maclean Eraser.. 8 May 46 10 June 49 
Jas. L. Winnictt Nunn'^ 29 Oct. 47 p 22 Feb. 50 
C.H.T. Bruce deRuvignes 30 July 46 p 2 Nov. 49 

William Paterson 11 Dec. 46 13 Oct. 51 

George Sullivan 9 Jan. 49 p 31 Oct. 51 

R.HamiltonMontgomerie 1 Sept. 48 4 April 61 
Thos. Prendergast Quill" 10 Apr. 49 p 13 Apr. 52 
Robert D. David Lecky p21 Jau. 48 7 May 52 

John Wilkinson''' 9 Mar. 49 13 July 52 

William Whitehead" 22 Aug. 49 17 Aug. 52 

Fred. Earnest Appleyard'7 P 14 June 50 p 12 Oct. 52 
Ensigns. 

Richard Swift P21 Nov. 51 

James Tweedie ! p 27 Feb. 62 

Garnet Joseph Wolseley 1 2 Mar. 52 

Erasmus Borrowes p 13 Feb. 52 

F. iirown Numa Craufurd P21 Sept. 52 

Henry Hurford 16 Jan. 62 

Horatio Pettus Batchelor 23 Nov. 52 

William Pictou Mortimer 24 Nov. 62 

Paymaster. — 

Acljtitant. — itcM^. George Bodle,''' 21 May 47. 

Quarter-Master.— George Crawford,'* 21 May, 47 ; Ens. 18 Sept. 46. 

Suryeon.— John Robert Taylor,'^ 14 June, 42; Assist.-Surc/. 31 May, 33. 

Assist.-Sur(/s. — Miah William Murphy, 22 July, 42. | 

Benjamin Lane, 23 July 52. I Agents,M.essT3. Cox kCo. 

Grahame Auchinleck, M.D., 22 Dec. 48. | Facings Yellow. 

1 Lieut.-Gcneral Duubeney served at the taking of the Cape of Good Hope and capture of the Dutc'li 
fleet at Saldanha Bay, iti 1796; subsequently for upwards of fourteen years in iJie East Indies, iucluUing 
the campaign of 1801-2 against the Mahratta cliieftains, and commanded the Grenadiers of his reeimert 
(the 84th), at the assault and capture of Kuiree ; also in tlie Guzerats in 1802, 3, and 4, at the reduction 
of other forts by Sir Jolin Murray's army. Proceeded to Walclieren in 1809, and was present at tlie siege 
and surrender of Flushing. He commanded a battalion of the 84th regt. upwards of ten years. 

4 Major Saycrs served in the 80th the Sutlej campaign of 1845-6, and was present in the battles of Moodkee, Feroze- 
shah, and Sobraon, for which he has the Medal and two clasps. In 1846 and 1847 he was employed as D. A. (Quarter, 
sion. On passage to Calcutta in the transport J3W(on, was wrecked on the lesser 
that island SI days, suffering great privations, 



1843 
battle of Punniar (Medal), 
and surrender of Gwalior 

16 Lieut. Kirklaud served the Sutlej Campaign 
(Medal and one Clasp), including the battles of 
Moodkee and Ferozeshah (severely wounded). 

For remainder of notes, see page 234. 



Head Quarter*'] 
at Dublin. J 



Slsf livgt. Foot {Loyal I.t/iroln Volunteas). 

" M.VIDA"— " COUUNNA"— "PEMNSULA." 



233 



14 
14 
12 

11 I 

,SI 

si 

5l 
2 I 

2 
2 

2 I 

2I 
1 



Hulf 
Pay 



Colonel. 
Thomas Evans," CD. Ens. a Dec. 94 ; Lieut. 1 Oct. 95; Capt. 10 Nov. 03; 

Major, (i Feb. 12; Lt.-Col. 13 Oct. 12 ; Col. 22 July, 30 ; Mnjor-Gai. 28 

June 38 ; Lt.-Gai. 1 1 Xov. 51 ; Col. 81st Regt. 12 July 47. 
Lietit. -Colonel. 
Henry Farrant, Ens. 9 July 30; Lieut. 13 Feb. 35; Cupt. 10 May 44; Major, 

!• 3'Nov. 48 ; Lieut. -Col. v 7 March 51. 
Mnjors.— Henry Rennv, Ens. i'27 Dec. 33; Lieut, i' 7 Aug. 35; Capt. 20 

Mav 44 ; M({jor, p 17 Nov. 48. 
Z/o/i. Robert Alex. George Dalzell, Ens.y2\ March 34; Lieut. f\\ Sept. 36; 

Capt.v^O July 44 ; Major, i'7 March 51. 



C.KVTWSS. 



1 John Ilaniiltou Stewart | 23 July 27 | 2 Aug. 34 
Henry Edward SorcU . . , p 1(> May 34 ! P 6 Nov. 35 



, Anchitcl F. F. Boughcy . . ^p30 July 3G \ p 12 June 40 
John Arthur Gildea .". ..|P23 Aug. 39,p30 Apr. 41 

I Fred. Edward Sorell p 1 1 Aug. 37 ' " 

I John B. Flanagan 8 Feb. 31 



1 Jan. 
28 Aug. 
28 Mar. 
13 Nov. 

5 Apr. 
' 3 Nov. 



John outright 21 Sept. 38 

Charles Ellison Goodwin ! 24 Mar. 43 
Robert Bruce Chichester |P20Oct. 43 
Hcflworth John LiddelP iP 18 Apr. 45 

I LlEUTEXAXTS. 

John Bourchier, r 24 Aug. 39 

James Woods 31 Dec. 39 

Charles James Skerry ..| 10 Sept. 41 
\\m. Benjamin Browne. . , p 1(J Aug. 42 
Fred. Sidney DeVereLancI 10 Mav 44 

I Alfretl Wright, Aitj I 10 Nov. 43 

William Fcrgusson Currie p22 Dec. 40 
William Egcrton Todd . . i 21 May 47 

' Malachi Hanley I 28 May 47 

I George BetU pIO Dec. 47 J p 20 June 51 

Icharks Hunter P14April48 p 1 Aug. 51 

Hen. Fhillippc V. Villicrs p 17 Nov. 48 p 7 Oct. 51 

Hugh Arthur Chichester P17 Jan. 51 |p 13 Apr. 52 

Ensigns. I 

Rich. Granville Charlton 

Stanley John Lowe 



2Julv 41 

P G Mav 42 

29 May 44 

P 18 April -15 

P 10 Dec. 47 

21 Apr. 4G 

15 Nov. 50 

P 7 Mar. 51 

Pll Apr. 51 



CAPTAIN. BREV.-MAJ. 



2 July 41 

13 Nov. 46 

5 Apr. 47 

P 14 April 48 

17 Sept. 50 

11 Nov. 45 

2 Mav 51 

P 20 June 51 

P 7 Oct. 61 

P 13 Apr. r>l 



18 Jan. 51 1 

' 18 Apr. 51 ! « C»pt. Liddtn jcrTcd in 

Geo. Wm. Moyse Harmer p 19 Apr. 51 ] 'Z' cmi 
Sir Peter A. Halkctt,ii^ Pll July 51 I p.e.mt , 
John Trent P 19 Aug. 51 I Tycwkt 



Royftl Navv u Tolun- 

njltlfthipman d'jring the Mhcle of 

rxpedillon of IblO 43 (Mrdall, and Has 

the »tcrrninf of the foru of Chiitnprc anil 

ai^d deftlruction of the cDrm)'f flrtt oa 



, and capluie of that citv. 



1 James .Alexander Deans P 15 Oct. 

1 Tlioma" Patti'on Word.. '■ 23 Nov. 521 

23 Paiin,a>ter—\\m. Fred. Nixon, 8 Jan. 41 ; Ens. 3 Aug. 30 ; Lic^it. P 22 Jan. .'?(!. 

10 Adjutant.— Lieut. Alfred Wright. 20 Jun.-, 51. 

C^u«r/c/--,V«A/tr.— CliarUsCorrcll,28 June,44. 

26 Surj/.— AdamThos.Jacks.m,.M.D.24 1cb.42; .l.i'.29Jnly30; //..1. 29 Nov. 27. 

10 ' \ Auitt. -Surgeon.— {:\mxW» Frederick Sttphcn.'on, M.D. 20 Oct. 43. 

I 1 Fucimjs Buff. — Agents, .Mes.-.r». Cox & Co. — Irish Agent, J. Atkinsou, i:>q. 

I [Jieturned from Canada, "ii Sept. 41.] 

I LletiL' Cm. E<«D>'« terrleei :— Kntrrrd the am.) iit l<93 a> a Toluiitrer. and rnlUted i:>0 men for tlir tervire. Opera- 
llona IB the Wrat Indtra aiul Iteland, In i;<*« and 9i